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Professor Schmitz’s presentation to the Missouri Bar Access to Justice Committee qualifies for CLE credit

Professor Amy J. Schmitz will present with Karen Tokarz of Washington University Law School on “Increasing Remote Access: Developments in Online Dispute Resolution, Access to Justice Centers, and Questions Going Forward” as part of the Missouri Bar Access to Justice Committee Meeting on Tuesday, May 4. CLE credit is available for those that…

Professor Schmitz publishes in Canadian arbitration journal

Professor Amy J. Schmitz published a new article, “Considering Uber Technologies Inc v Heller Under US Law,” 1 Can. J. Com. Arb. 163 (2021), a peer-reviewed arbitration journal based in Canada. In this article, Professor Schmitz engages in comparative analysis of the unconscionability doctrine under Canadian vs. United States law using the Uber Technologies Inc v Heller case, which was…

Professor Schmitz presenting at ABA Dispute Resolution annual conference

Professor Amy J. Schmitz will present on the “Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Task Force,” at the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section Conference, on April 14, 2021 (online). She is co-chair of the ABA’s ODR Task Force and co-chair of the Technology Committee of the ABA’s Section on Dispute Resolution. She has been working for over two years on a…

Featured LL.M. Alumnus: Mohan Peddinti

After receiving his Bachelor of Laws degree from NALSAR, University of Law in Hyderabad, India, and completing two years in a corporate legal role at Dr. Reddy’s, Mohan Srimat Tirumala Peddinti packed his bags and moved over 8,000 miles to Columbia, Mo., in August 2006 to pursue his LL.M. degree at the University of Missouri School of Law. “Mizzou Law…

Professor Lande interviewed for Court ADR newsletter

The March 2020 issue of the Resolutions Systems Institute enewsletter, Court ADR Connection, features an interview with Professor John Lande. The enewsletter has a series called, “My Favorite Resource,” that features interviews with dispute resolution professionals across the country to learn about their favorite resource. Professor Lande shares the resources that he developed throughout his career – either on his…

Bailey Attends Uniform Law Commission Annual Meeting

Assistant Dean Emeritus Bob Bailey recently attended the annual meeting of the Uniform Law Commission held in Anchorage, Alaska. Bailey serves on the Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution Study Committee. He has previously served on the Uniform Athlete Agents Act Committee, which drafted and passed amendments to the act following NCAA rule changes for…

Bailey Attends National Academy of Arbitrators Annual Meeting

Assistant Dean Emeritus Bob Bailey recently attended the annual meeting of the National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA) in Philadelphia titled “Wrestling with Change: The Future of Work and Workplace Dispute Resolution.” Bailey hosted an informational meeting for members of the ArbitrationInfo.com Committee. He also moderated a panel on the ArbitrationInfo.com website, “Reporting on Arbitration and the Future of Work by…