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A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Preventio‪n‬ ABA Section of Dispute Resolution

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A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

    A Conversation About the 2021 DR Tech Pitch Series

    A Conversation About the 2021 DR Tech Pitch Series

    Chris Draper of Trokt (https://www.trokt.org/) discusses the Dispute Resolution Section's Technology Committee's Tech Pitch Series where innovators can present new technology directed to advancing the practice of ADR.

    If you’re interested in pitching, fill out a form here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd58DhpVtBSJmT_jMrSguzmtR1942lw5sg68x0FlYmpDpQ8sQ/viewform

    • 34 min
    Handling Conflict Constructively: The Week of Constructive Conflict

    Handling Conflict Constructively: The Week of Constructive Conflict

    With all the conflict we face and try to resolve, what if we stopped and reconsidered how we approach conflict in the first place? That's a question that's been on the mind of Rabbi/Dr. Daniel Roth for quite some time. He's the founder and creator of the Jewish Week of Constructive Conflict, which is taking place around the world on February 15-21, 2021. He is based in Israel and teaches at Bar-Ilan University and the Pardes Institute and is director of Mosaica, The Religious Peace Initiative. He spoke about his work and the origins of this unique conflict resolution commemoration.

    For more information, visit https://www.9adar.org/

    You can attend a live session observing the Week of Constructive Conflict Wednesday, February 17 at 1p Eastern on Zoom: visit https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85615358941?pwd=NUJJVTU4aDM1R1NqdFVGS0FPZ2JEQT09.

    • 24 min
    Re-release: A New Approach to Law Enforcement Training in Dispute Resolution and Diversity

    Re-release: A New Approach to Law Enforcement Training in Dispute Resolution and Diversity

    In honor of Black History Month, enjoy this re-release of the March 10th episode with community activist, John Thompson.

    Community activist and candidate for the Minnesota House of Representatives, John Thompson, gives us a preview of his plenary presentation at the Dispute Resolution Spring Conference. Thompson will describe and demonstrate the training necessary to create a new relationship between communities of color and law enforcement. He will challenge conflict resolvers to look at our work through a different lens to identify the root problems and carve out the decay.

    • 37 min
    Pathways to Mindfulness with Phyllis Morgan, Founder and Principal Consultant at Resilient at Work

    Pathways to Mindfulness with Phyllis Morgan, Founder and Principal Consultant at Resilient at Work

    In this episode, Phyllis Morgan discusses her journey in mindfulness with Rekha Rangachari and how delegates can apply these tools in their own lives. Focused on building resilience at work, from myriad vantage points from her career in the law, Phyllis shares a novel scale of evaluation she developed — Mindful Management of Self in Conflict Scale (https://www.smartbizquiztribe.com/quiz/2187).

    Phyllis also teases out how to create opportunities for one’s personal brand (including the mantra, “Be Courageous!”). Tune in to learn more. Contact Phyllis Morgan at phillis@resilientatwork.com and view her bio at https://www.resilientatwork.com/about.

    • 30 min
    Embracing Change in ADR: A Conversation with ABA Past President Linda Klein

    Embracing Change in ADR: A Conversation with ABA Past President Linda Klein

    In this episode, guest host Marcie Dickson speaks with Linda Klein, past president of ABA and senior managing shareholder at Baker Donelson. Klein, also a mediator and arbitrator, discusses a range of topics, including specific actions to address diversity and inclusion, the permanence of ODR, compulsory mediation, and what's next in dispute resolution.

    • 32 min
    Selecting Arbitrators in the Age of COVID and Beyond

    Selecting Arbitrators in the Age of COVID and Beyond

    Prof. Catherine Rogers, Professor of Law and Paul and Marjorie Price Faculty Scholar at Penn State Law and Professor of Ethics, Regulation & The Rule of Law, at Queen Mary, University of London discusses her legal tech startup, Arbitrator Intelligence, how COVID-19 has impacted arbitration, and how we can use those insights in the future of international dispute resolution.

    Read more about Prof. Rogers' research here: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=281268,

    Find out more about Arbitrator Intelligence at: https://arbitratorintelligence.com/

    • 36 min

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Arbitrator Mediator

Excellent and well-done. Educational and informative. Recommended for attorneys, mediators, arbitrators, and others involved in dispute resolution.

July09KSS ,

Dispute Resolution Student

I’m a student at MHSL and am pursuing a career in dispute resolution. These podcasts have been a great opportunity for further learning and engaging (remotely) with professionals in the industry. During these changing times, the ABAs podcast helps provide visibility into how Dispute professionals are handling changes and what they expect to see. Thanks for this!

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