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Professor Schmitz talks to Uniform Law Commission about ODR

Professor Amy J. Schmitz will provide key information and background regarding Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) in a hearing for the Uniform Law Commissioners on May 27, 2020 (via Zoom). Her presentation will assist the Committee to Monitor Developments in Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution, and hopes to shed light on what ODR means, as well as her work with the…

Professor Schmitz to present at ABA Dispute Resolution Virtual Spring Conference

Professor Amy J. Schmitz has been involved in moving the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference online, and will play a significant role in the conference. She will discuss “’Decoding’ Ethical Design and Practice in Resolving Smart Contract & Blockchain-Related Disputes,” on May 18. In this session, she will explain how to more effectively evaluate the reliability and enforceability…

Professor Schmitz speaks to Brazilian university about ODR

Professor Amy J. Schmitz will give a presentation via Zoom on Friday, April 3, at 3 PM Central, for the Universidade Mackenzie in Brazil. Alexandre Fiori de Tella, LLM ’17, will be the moderator. Professor Schmitz will provide insights and information about online dispute resolution (ODR) in the public and private sector, and discuss how ODR can expand access to…

Professor Henson presenting at Kansas City CLE

Professor Chuck Henson is among a group of eight presenters for a day-long CLE program hosted by the Jackson County Bar Association on February 26. “Justice and the Law” is a Black History Month Program that features themes from the movie “Just Mercy.” Those attending for the full day can earn 7.0 CLE credits. Professor Henson will discuss implicit bias…

Professor Lambert Presents at Penn Law

On February 8, Professor Thom Lambert presented his paper “Mere Common Ownership and the Antitrust Laws” at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. The presentation was part of a symposium organized by Professor Herbert Hovenkamp and hosted by the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law. Professor Lambert’s paper follows up on his co-authored article with University of Missouri economist…

Professor Gely presents at ABA labor and employment law meeting

Professor Rafael Gely recently served as the Scholar in Residence for the 2020 mid-winter meeting of the of the ADR in Labor & Employment Law Committee (ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law).  In that capacity, Professor Gely presented two papers: (1) The Media’s Impact on The Perceptions of Arbitration (with Timothy D. Chandler, Louisiana State University); and (2) Ethics…

Professor Trachtenberg panelist at Federalist Society conference

Professor Ben Trachtenberg participated in a panel discussion, “Title IX and Due Process at Universities” at The Federalist Society conference in Jefferson City on January 27, 2020. The panel moderator was Judge Stephen R. Clark, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri. The other panelists were Brent Haden, a partner in The Law Firm of Haden & Colbert, and Andy…

Professor Schmitz speaks at AALS Annual Meeting

Professor Amy J. Schmitz was a selected speaker at the Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. Her presentation “Ending (or Starting) Trade Wars through Blockchain” was for the session on Commercial and Consumer Law, co-sponsored by Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services. Professor Schmitz also was renamed to the executive committee of the AALS Section on…

Dean Lidsky speaks about free speech at Washington University lecture series

The spring session of Washington University’s Public Interest Law & Policy Speakers Series kicks off with a chat between Dean Lyrissa Lidsky and Erwin Chemerinksy, dean of the School of Law at University of California, Berkeley. The discussion on January 17 will focus on the future of free…

Dean Lidsky speaks at The Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting

Recently Dean Lyrissa Lidsky spoke at The Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting on a panel titled “Danger, Drama, and Self-Defeat? Diagnosing What Faces ‘The Press.'” Dean Lidsky focused on recent high-profile defamation cases involving the media, the media’s recent propensity for self-inflicted wounds, and how they undermine the media’s role in producing an informed citizenry. Dean Lidsky is…