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Professor Henson: A Trial is a Truth-Seeking Process

recently spoke at the 38th Annual Conference of the American Society of Trial Consultants, “Transparency in Litigation: See More Clearly Through the Looking Glass.” His presentation was on “Trial is a Truth-Seeking Process” where he proposed “that a trial is really a belief-seeking process where litigants must confront the power of jurors’ preexisting beliefs to create believable…

Professor Gely and Judge Webber Honored by Mizzou Alumni Association

The Mizzou Alumni Association will honor 14 distinguished faculty and alumni at the 51st annual Faculty-Alumni Awards Ceremony on Nov. 9. Professor Rafael Gely is among the six Mizzou faculty members honored for their work in the classroom, research endeavors and relationships with students. Professor Gely is the James E. Campbell Missouri Endowed Professor of Law and director of the Center for…

Professor Strong Publishes in the American Journal of Comparative Law

Professor S.I. Strong recently wrote the U.S. national report on anti-suit injunctions for the Twentieth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, which was held in Fukuoka, Japan.  The report was published in a special edition of the American Journal of Comparative Law under the title, “Anti-Suit Injunctions in Judicial and Arbitral Procedures in the United States,” 66 American Journal of Comparative Law…

Law School Chosen to Host ASCL 2019 Annual Meeting

In October 2019, the University of Missouri and the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution will act as hosts of the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL).  ASCL is the leading organization in the United States promoting the comparative study of law and is a member of the American Council of Learned Societies and International Association of Legal…