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Paris Forum Videos

The recordings of the presentations at the Paris ODR Forum from 2017 are now available online.  The home page of the video repository is at ICC Home, and the video of the session I chaired is just before lunch on the second day at Standards Panel.

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Jun 2018
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Justice Report on Digital Exclusion

The Justice report on digital exclusion, for which I was interviewed, has been released.  The Justice group describes itself as follows:

Established in 1957 by a group of leading jurists, JUSTICE is an all-party law reform and human rights organisation working to strengthen the justice system – administrative, civil and criminal – in the United Kingdom. We are a membership organisation, composed largely of legal professionals, ranging from law students to the senior judiciary.

Our vision is of fair, accessible and efficient legal processes, in which the individual’s rights are protected, and which reflect the country’s international reputation for upholding and promoting the rule of law.

The final report is available here:  JUSTICE.

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Jun 2018
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Liverpool Conference

I have been asked by Graham Ross, Host of the conference, to Co-Host the Justice Re-Imagined Symposium.  Also, I’ll be speaking as part of one panel on the 27th,  Standards for ODR, and moderating/speaking on another panel on the 28th, Smart Contracts: Threat or Opportunity?  We will publish the proceedings of the symposium in the upcoming edition of the International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution.  The symposium web site is at Justice Re-Imagined.

 

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May 2018
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ICFML Conference in Sao Paulo

On May 22, I will appear via video, and via live web video, at a conference in Sao Paulo, Brasil – I’ve been asked to talk about Technology, Conflict Resolution, and the Future.  A short video leading into the session can be found here, with subtitles:  Video.  The Portuguese language version of the notes for the video are found here:  Video Notes.  The notes for my live comments are found here:  Session Notes.

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May 2018
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Legal Forum Video

I will not be attending the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum in Russia, but I did record a short set of comments for the Forum.  After the conference, the video can be found on YouTube – Forum Comments.

 

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Apr 2018
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PenPals – Rohingya “Invisibles” Project

I just started work on a training program associated with the InternetBar.Org  “Invisibles” project.  The volunteers who will work with the Rohingya refugees to rebuild shattered identities as digital identities will be called “PenPals” – I’ve begun working on a training program to certify the volunteers to work with individual refugees.

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Apr 2018
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Veterans A2J Revisited

The Memphis VA project, providing mediation services to veterans who are referred by the social workers at the VA in Memphis, is finally ready for rollout.  I was in Memphis last week doing some mediation techniques training for the social workers, and Trokt has held a final round of training for the attorney-mediators.

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Apr 2018
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Justice Re-Imagined

The Liverpool ODR conference (web site) will address a broad range of issues related to access to justice and the integration of technology into court systems worldwide.  I will address “Artificial Intelligence and ODR:  What we Can do and what we Should do.”  I will talk about some of the things that the integration of technology will not do, at least not automatically.  Here’s the program description:  

As we push ahead with the integration of AI into online dispute resolution, we are overwhelmed with ideas about what AI can do.  Now, as we push the boundaries of ODR, we should be talking about what impact AI can and will have on some of the less obvious and less discussed individuals and groups who may rely on ODR as a pathway to “justice” or problem solving.

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Mar 2018
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CyberWeek 2018

CyberWeek 2018 is scheduled for May 7-11, and will be held in conjunction with ODRLatinoAmerica’s “E-Mark 2018.”  The content is still in the planning stages, but the format for 2018 includes “tracks” that will each take up one day of CyberWeek – the tracks will include days devoted to ODR and the court system, ODR and the influence of artificial intelligence on “traditional” practice, and ODR in education and research.  CyberWeek will also feature a stream of Peace Tech Lab’s Summit being held during the same week.

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Feb 2018
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The Holidays from Hell

November and December 2017 were pretty much lost months for me due to some unexpected medical surprises.  I am happy to say that I am past what I think is the worst of the complications and I’m back on track to “normal” work.  Coming up in the near future are continuing work with the Virginia Supreme Court’s Access to Justice Commission Self-Represented Litigants Committee, the National Center for State Courts ODR Standards Working Group, the Legal Forum in Saint Petersburg, an AI conference in the UK, the ODR Forum in New Zealand, and of course the International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution and the InternetBar.Org projects.  It looks like a busy year, and so far as I can tell, my health is ok and I’ll be able to fulfill all commitments.  Happy belated New Year to all.

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Jan 2018
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