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New Trainers Guides author.

New Trainers Guides

RiverHouse Press Blog by Ron KraybillIf you have been training with Style Matters or would like to do so, download...

By Ronald S. Kraybill
My Favorite Resource Featuring Peter Salem author.

My Favorite Resource Featuring Peter Salem

Just Court ADR by Susan M. Yates, Jennifer Shack, Heather Scheiwe Kulp, and Jessica Glowinski.Our series, My Favorite Resource, features...

By Nicole Wilmet
Book Review: NEGOTIATION Things Corporate Counsel Need to Know but Were Not Taught by Michael Leathes (Wolters Kluwer 2018) author.

Book Review: NEGOTIATION Things Corporate Counsel Need to Know but Were Not Taught by Michael Leathes (Wolters Kluwer 2018)

Michael Leathes is internationally recognized as former corporate counsel in large companies but – first of all – he is...

By Sylwester Pieckowski
Choose the Road Less Traveled in Conflict author.

Choose the Road Less Traveled in Conflict

Meredith Mediates by Meredith RichardsonAre you stuck in a rut in your relationship with someone? Do you find yourself having the...

By Meredith Richardson
Self-Imposed Ground Rules: The Only Kind Worth Having author.

Self-Imposed Ground Rules: The Only Kind Worth Having

Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation by Dan Simon “You might be wrong. Your voice can be big. Genuinely...

By Dan Simon
Peacemaking: The Fulfillment of the Legal Profession author.

Peacemaking: The Fulfillment of the Legal Profession

Dispute Settlement Counselby Michael Zeytoonian.Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God. – Matthew 5:9 Earlier...

By Michael A. Zeytoonian
Where To, MeToo? author.

Where To, MeToo?

Disputing Blog by Karl Bayer, Victoria VanBuren, and Holly HayesJean R. Sternlight, Michael and Sonja Professor of Law at the...

By Beth Graham
Practice Informed By Research: Cross Cultural Approaches Informing Mediation author.

Practice Informed By Research: Cross Cultural Approaches Informing Mediation

Fostering the next generation of practitioners and theorists in the field of conflict resolution is critical to ensuring that the...

By David Smith
4 Handy Principles for Deciding When You Can’t Agree author.

4 Handy Principles for Deciding When You Can’t Agree

Sometimes more conversation doesn’t yield better conflict resolution results. When conflict conversations go long and you still can’t agree, continuing...

By Tammy Lenski
Thomas-Kilmann, Hammer’s ICSI, or Style Matters? author.

Thomas-Kilmann, Hammer’s ICSI, or Style Matters?

RiverHouse Press Blog by Ron KraybillTrainers considering use of  Style Matters as a conflict style inventory should be aware of...

By Ronald S. Kraybill
Dispute System Design for Facebook author.

Dispute System Design for Facebook

Indisputably The New York Times published an interesting article worth reading, which riffs on Mark Zuckerberg’s statement that Facebook would...

By John Lande

The £1 Million Investigation

CMP Resolution Blog by Lesley Allport and Katherine Graham. A lack of attention to investigating an accusation of assault has...

By Katherine Graham
NEW: Mediate.com – APFM Video Series author.

NEW: Mediate.com – APFM Video Series

Mediate.com and the Academy of Professional Family Mediators (APFM) have worked together to produce 4 new online video courses. Check...

By Academy of Professional Family Mediators , James (Jim) Melamed, Michael Aurit
Are We Done Yet? author.

Are We Done Yet?

Originally published by Slaw, Canada’s online legal magazine: http://www.slaw.ca/2018/12/07/are-we-done-yet/ If parties are successful in reaching an agreement at the end...

By Michael Erdle
Seasonal ConRes Shopping Thoughts author.

Seasonal ConRes Shopping Thoughts

First posted on CoRe Jolts, December 7, 2018.It’s that time of year again – the time when gift lists abound....

By Sharon Sutherland
Why Don’t We Mediate the “Big” Disputes? author.

Why Don’t We Mediate the “Big” Disputes?

Kluwer Mediation Blog and Kluwer Arbitration BlogOriginally published here.On Thursday, August 30, 2018 the Canadian Federal Court of Appeal did...

By Richard Weiler
Family Justice Reform in British Columbia and the Northern Navigator Initiative:  A Preliminary Review author.

Family Justice Reform in British Columbia and the Northern Navigator Initiative: A Preliminary Review

Introduction  This is a story about leaders.  Visionaries, thinkers, researchers and soldiers in the trenches, all working towards the cause...

By Nicole Garton
I Owe My Life to Those Who Paid My Ransom. But Should Ottawa Pay Ransoms? No author.

I Owe My Life to Those Who Paid My Ransom. But Should Ottawa Pay Ransoms? No

Guest post by Amanda Linhout with the National Post There is an audio file stored on my mom’s computer, labelled...

By Jeff Thompson
An Australian and a Canadian Walk into a  California Law Revision Commission Meeting…  And Listen. author.

An Australian and a Canadian Walk into a California Law Revision Commission Meeting… And Listen.

Confidentiality has long been touted as a cornerstone of mediation practice in California. However, that may soon change due to...

By Jennifer Winestone, Karinya Verghese
The Critical Role of Mediation in Bridging the Access to Justice Gap author.

The Critical Role of Mediation in Bridging the Access to Justice Gap

Originally published in The Colorado Lawyer | September 2014 | Vol. 43, No. 9 69.For more than a decade, Colorado...

By Robyn McDonald
Exemplary Leadership: How Dispute Resolution Professionals Change Cultures – video and materials author.

Exemplary Leadership: How Dispute Resolution Professionals Change Cultures – video and materials

This presentation and these materials were offered at CADRE’s Fifth National Symposium on Dispute Resolution in Special Education during October...

By Michelle LeBaron
Time to Connect With Our Roots author.

Time to Connect With Our Roots

Distance Family Mediation by Susanna Jani Welcome back to the Mediate BC Blog! These are interesting times in the BC...

By Susanna Jani
My “Big Three” BC Family Law Information Powerhouses author.

My “Big Three” BC Family Law Information Powerhouses

Distance Family Mediation by Susanna Jani It comes as no surprise that many of our readers have been wondering about...

By Susanna Jani

Beyond Adjudication: Resolving International Resource Disputes in an Era of Climate Change

I. INTRODUCTION Climate change is one of the greatest emerging threats to global peace and security. Among other impacts, climate...

By Anna Spain
Communiqué on the ODR and Consumers Colloquium Vancouver, BC, Canada November 2-3, 2010 author.

Communiqué on the ODR and Consumers Colloquium Vancouver, BC, Canada November 2-3, 2010

All of the presentations delivered at the Vancouver conference (as well as several  papers submitted by attendees) are available in-line in the Online Agenda at  www.odrandconsumers2010.org/agenda.  I. Introduction eCommerce has grown rapidly, riding the expansion of information and communications technology around the world,...

By Colin Rule, Doug Leigh
Doing It Backwards And In Heels: A Prescription For Remedying Implicit Bias In ADR author.

Doing It Backwards And In Heels: A Prescription For Remedying Implicit Bias In ADR

Yesterday I pointed readers to an electrifying series by commercial mediator and arbitrator, Victoria Pynchon, which rips the lid off...

By Diane J. Levin
Michelle LeBaron: Mormon Conflict Resolution Processes – Video author.

Michelle LeBaron: Mormon Conflict Resolution Processes – Video

Michelle LeBaron shares that mormon communities would historically handle conflicts by following the admonitions of the priesthood.

By Michelle LeBaron
Michelle LeBaron: More Mediation Diversity in Canada than in US – Video author.

Michelle LeBaron: More Mediation Diversity in Canada than in US – Video

Michelle LeBaron expresses her thoughts on why the mediation field may be more ethno-culturally diverse in Canada than in the...

By Michelle LeBaron
Michelle LeBaron: Differences in Canadian and American Mediation Fields – Video author.

Michelle LeBaron: Differences in Canadian and American Mediation Fields – Video

Michelle LeBaron shares her views on the differences between how the mediation fields in America and Canada have been shaped...

By Michelle LeBaron
Michelle LeBaron: Cultural Differences Among American & Canadian Approach – Video author.

Michelle LeBaron: Cultural Differences Among American & Canadian Approach – Video

Michelle LeBaron talks about Americans' attitude of risk-taking and Canadians' vast cultural awareness, which make for different dispute resolution processes.

By Michelle LeBaron

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