Monday, December 27, 2020

Cutting Edge Issues in ADR

I will be participating in the University of LaVerne Law School's 2011 Symposium, entitled "Forecasting the Future: Cutting Edge Issues in ADR," on Saturday, January 29, 2011. Following a workshop I presented with my colleague Thomas B. Lewis, M.D., at the ABA Dispute Resolution Section's annual meeting in San Francisco last April, entitled "Neuro-Resolution: Applying New Understandings from the Behavioral Neurosciences in Conflict Resolution Practice, " organizers of the LaVerne Symposium invited me to participate in a panel that will focus on how how neuroscience perspectives will affect dispute resolution processes in the future.

Here is the announcement of the Symposium:

Join some of the nation’s leading academic experts on Alternative Dispute Resolution who will be gathered at the University of La Verne College of Law for the 2011 Symposium titled, “Forecasting the Future: Cutting Edge Issues in ADR.”

In coordination with the live event, the University of La Verne Law Review is publishing a Symposium Issue on Alternative Dispute Resolution, and will be accepting submissions through July 31, 2011.

Date: January 28 and 29, 2011 in Southern California.