On March 4th, 2022, the Texas A&M Law Review and the Aggie Dispute Resolution Program (law.tamu.edu/ADR) hosted a symposium entitled The Renaissance Woman of Dispute Resolution: Carrie Menkel-Meadow’s Contributions to New Directions in Feminism, Ethics, and ADR (law.tamu.edu/CMM).
We were honored to have a conversation with Professor Carrie Menkel-Meadow, the Distinguished and Chancellor’s Professor of Law at UC Irvine and one of the preeminent scholars and founders of the field of dispute resolution.
Here, Professor Carrie Menkel-Meadow speaks about diversity and inclusion in law schools and shares her advice for new scholars, based in part on her own experience as a junior faculty member going in a new interdisciplinary direction and trying to find a publisher for one of her foundational articles, Toward Another View of Legal Negotiation: The Structure of Problem Solving, 31 UCLA L. REV. 754 (1984).
Also look for videos for: Part 1: What is Not Mediatable, and Part 2: Integrating Dispute Resolution into Legal Education
Learn more about the Spring 2022 Symposium: law.tamu.edu/ADR.
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