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ODR Forum

At the Forum, on Tuesday, June 13, I will moderate a panel discussing “Governing ODR – Standards and Practices.”   For the past few months I have been involved with the International Mediation Institute (IMI) Task Force developing competency criteria for e-mediators.  Although I will not have time to fully discuss the Task Force’s work at the ODR Forum, the current state of our work is contained in the linked documents below:

Background             Annex 1              Annex 2

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ODR Bibliography

ADRHub, maintained by Creighton’s Werner Institute, has posted the ODR bibliography that I initiated as a way to see and understand the sweep of research and writing on ODR since its inception.  The bibliography will be updated by Noam Ebner and his colleagues as members of the ODR community send updates and additions.  The document can be located and downloaded here:  ODR Bibliography

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IADRWG Session 2 – Scheduling and Polling

On Wednesday, May 10, my colleagues and I presented the second in a two-part series on ODR for teh Inter Agency Dispute Resolution Working Group (IADRWG).  I did a general opening addressing why we use ODR tools in the first place, and my colleagues added details with some specific technology that is being used by various government agencies.  An audio recording of my opening remarks can be found here: Intro, and a video of the session can be found on the Department of Energy web site here:  Panel

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ODR in Paris

The 2017 ODR Forum will be co-hosted by the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution,  and the International Chamber of Commerce at the Marriott Champs-Elysees in Paris.  The sessions will be held on June 12 and 13:  on the 13th I will moderate a panel addressing ODR standards.

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ALI CLE

I will appear with the NMB Board Members on a panel at the ALI Airline and Railroad L&E Law continuing legal education session.

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ABA Section of Dispute Resolution

On Friday, April 21, Susan Exon, David Larson, and I will be on a panel discussing the ethical impact of technology on the Model Rules for Mediators.  The panel will feature a series of “what if” scenarios that the audience will be invited to discuss.  The day before the panel, a joint group composed of representatives from the Association for Conflict Resolution, the ABA, and the American Arbitration Association will meet to begin discussion how to address adjustments to the model rules to take into account the rise of ICT use among practitioners.

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ODR Master Class

On March 30, I did an interview with Graham Ross as part of a master class in ODR.  There were about 30 participants from 10 countries in the session that focused on basic ODR approaches.  A recording of the session can be found here:  Master Class.

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ADR Lunchtime Series, Part 1

The video of the first session (recorded on March 17) is now available at Session One – my comments begin at 1:03:00.  The next session will be on May 10.

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Apr 2017
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Mediation Handbook

The Mediation Handbook has finally been published in hard copy – Alan Tidwell and I wrote Chapter 2 – Online Technology:  The New Frontier for Mediation and Conflict Engagement.

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ABA ODR Session

On April 6, several colleagues and I will speak at an Online Dispute Resolution session as part of the 2017 National Symposium.  Together we will cover where ODR has been, how it is being used currently, and where it may find a place in labor and employment law in the future.

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