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  1. On Serial and Plea Bargaining Conferences
  2. Call for Proposals to Host Ninth Annual AALS Works in Progress Conference
  3. ACR Writing Competition
  4. Teaching in a World of Racism without Racists?
  5. ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Seeking Law School Intern
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On Serial and Plea Bargaining Conferences

The NY Times recently published an op ed using the podcast Serial to argue that the defendant would have been better off taking a deal due to the trial penalty. The defendant, after a trial, was sentenced to life in prison plus thirty years. By contrast, the op ed reports that the average murder sentence … Continue reading On Serial and Plea Bargaining Conferences
    


Call for Proposals to Host Ninth Annual AALS Works in Progress Conference

For the last several years, one of the best events on the ADR calendar has been the annual Works in Progress Conference coordinated by the AALS Section on Dispute Resolution. Last year’s conference, held in November, was hosted by Southwestern Law School. We are now starting the process of identifying the host for the 2015 … Continue reading Call for Proposals to Host Ninth Annual AALS Works in Progress Conference
    

ACR Writing Competition

An announcement to pass along (and push) to our students: We are excited to announce the annual Student Writing Competition in Dispute Resolution organized by the Association for Conflict Resolution for Greater New York (ACR-GNY) and generously sponsored by the JAMS Foundation. This is a nationwide writing contest for Undergraduate students, Graduate students and Law students. The three first-prize winners (one for … Continue reading ACR Writing Competition
    


Teaching in a World of Racism without Racists?

As the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend comes to an end, and as a new semester is beginning, I am thinking about how we talk about race, and how we handle race, both in the classroom and in the larger society. Clearly the events in Ferguson last year, the unfortunately not uncommon killing of a … Continue reading Teaching in a World of Racism without Racists?
    

ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Seeking Law School Intern

The ABA Section of Dispute Resolution is seeking a law student intern for the Summer 2015.  Section interns focus on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) research under supervision of an attorney.  Duties may include: Researching emerging critical issues Conducting needs assessment and systems design for dispute resolution processes Research the use of ADR in institutions such as … Continue reading ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Seeking Law School Intern
    



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