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Professor Schmitz Presents on ODR at ABA Dispute Resolution Section Annual Meeting

Professor Amy J. Schmitz presented on “ODR in the Courts” at the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN, on April 12. Professor Schmitz explained the new online mechanisms being used in the courts for a variety of less complex cases.  Her talk explored new “e-courts” that essentially move traditional judicial processes into the “virtual” world of…

Professor Henson Presents CLE on Professional Conduct

Professor Chuck Henson recently presented a CLE to the Mound City Bar Association’s Annual Ronda F. Williams CLE Retreat in New Haven, Mo. The presentation was on the ABA Model Rule 8.4(g) and the Missouri Rules of Professional…

Professor Schmitz Discusses Smart Contracts Disputes to Conference in Israel

Professor Amy J. Schmitz presented via Zoom for students and other conference attendees in Haifa, Israel, on “Smart Contract Dispute Resolution” as part of an Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) event at the University of Haifa on April 3. For her part, Prof. Schmitz discussed the various ways that disputes will arise out of smart contracts, despite hype that computer coding…

Professor Schmitz Speaks about ODR to Conference in Latin America

Professor Amy J. Schmitz presented — via Zoom — at the largest gathering in Latin America exploring technology in the courts this week, more than 1,500 attendees. Professor Schmitz explained how online dispute resolution (ODR) can be used to resolve smart contract disputes. Her presentation was broadcast in Buenos Aires at the 1st Latin American Conflict Resolution Meeting 4.0 “An unavoidable…

Professor Trachtenberg Speaks at UNLV on Higher Education Leadership

On March 28, Professor Ben Trachtenberg spoke at the UNLV School of Law on “Higher Education Leadership During Rapid Legal Change,” presenting his research on the legal environment in which American colleges and universities operate. He spoke along with Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, who is president emeritus at the George Washington University. Their presentation touched upon topics including university admissions, Title…

Professor Schmitz to Discuss ‘Dangers of Digitizing Due Process’ in Montreal

In late March, Professor Amy J. Schmitz will speak on the “Dangers of Digitizing Due Process” at the University of Montreal. This presentation is in conjunction with its LexUM Chair on Legal Information and its Cyberjustice Laboratory “Tech criticism of Tech products” Lecture Series. Professor Schmitz will explain how technology is transforming legal services and access to justice in positive,…

Professor Strong Presents Paper in New York

Professor S.I. Strong recently attended a conference at Cardozo Law School in New York dedicated to the development of new Singapore Convention on Mediated Settlements. Professor Strong’s presentation, “The Role of Empirical Research and Dispute System Design in Developing International Treaties:  A Case Study of the Singapore Convention on Mediation,” outlines how Professor Strong suggested the idea for a convention in this…

Professor Oliveri Presents Research on Landlord Sexual Harassment at Fair Housing Conference

Professor Rigel C. Oliveri recently participated in the San Diego Fair Housing Center’s Fair Housing Laws & Litigation Conference. She presented the results of her empirical research on sexual harassment in housing to a group of academics and advocates. The research appears in the article “Sexual Harassment of Low-Income Women in Housing: Pilot Study Results” published in the Missouri Law…

Professor Myers Speaks at American Intellectual Property Law Association Institute

Professor Gary Myers spoke recently at the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Mid-Winter Institute: “Maintaining Your Edge: Addressing Issues in the Practice of IP Law.” Professor Myers was on the panel discussing “Oracle v. Google – Getting More (or Less) Than You Licensed.” His topic was “Impact on the Application of the Fair Use Doctrine and Interoperability in the…

Professor Oliveri Discusses Supreme Court Decisions in Fair Housing Cases

Professor Rigel C. Oliveri recently participated in the Real Property Roundtable, an invitation-only workshop at Texas A&M University School of Law. The workshop’s theme was “Where Do We Go from Here? Fair Housing and Community Development at a Crossroads.” She presented an article she is writing about recent Supreme Court jurisprudence regarding municipal parties in fair housing…