On December 1, amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will take effect which are intended to change the culture of litigation. According to a post on the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) blog, the new rules affect “judicial case management, disclosure, use of experts, and education for judges.” … Continue reading FRCP Amendments Intended to Change Culture of Litigation
FOI Jean Sternlight announced that 19 (count ’em) articles are available online from UNLV’s great-looking symposium, Psychology and Lawyering: Coalescing the Field. (Click on the title of the post to access the link.)
As I mentioned in a recent post, the University of St. Thomas Law School held a terrific symposium on November 13, entitled Dispute System Design: Justice, Accountability and Impact. They have posted a video of the symposium as well as powerpoints from most of the presentations. Kudos to Mariana Hernandez Crespo, Heidi Van De Berg, … Continue reading Video and Powerpoints from Fabulous St. Thomas DSD Symposium
This is the next installment in my too-many-part series, Everything You Know About Dispute Resolution is Wrong. Today’s episode was prompted by Michael’s post about an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education in which the author describes her strategy of improving her BATNA to escape a crappy job as a non-tenure-track instructor. Michael suggested … Continue reading BATNA, MLATNA – No Big Difference, Right?
On the theory that it’s never too early or too late for good exam ideas… I suggest a recent Chronicle of Higher Education post by Katie Rose Guest Pryal entitled “What’s Your BATNA?” I think one could reasonably reproduce the entire article, and simply ask, “Thoughts?” (My draft call of that exam question might need some … Continue reading Exam Idea: critique of CHE article on BATNAs
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