Interviews with leaders and entrepreneurs who have made significant contributions to the alternative dispute resolution field.
Following trends in academic and journal world of ADR
The primary objective of the Campus Conflict Resolution Resources project (Campus-adr) is to significantly increase administrator, faculty, staff and student awareness of, access to, and use of conflict resolution information specifically tailored to the higher education context.
The Harvard Negotiation Law Review (HNLR) is one of the country’s leading journals of alternative dispute resolution scholarship. HNLR publishes on a variety of articles related to negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and other dispute resolution topics. The journal also hosts an annual symposium and other events addressing current and noteworthy issues in ADR.
This online component of HNLR features topical articles by professors, students, and practitioners of negotiation and alternative dispute resolution. Check back frequently for important developments in the world of negotiation/ADR, and comment on the negotiation angle to current events.
Resources, study, and innovation for court ADR
Kluwer Arbitration Blog (KAB) is a publication of Kluwer Law International providing information and news on international arbitration. We have gathered together leading experts from law firms, arbitration institutions, and academia to report on the latest developments. They in turn have enlisted professional colleagues of diverse backgrounds to offer both established and new voices into the mix. The result is a fresh, high-quality, and timely examination of the world of international arbitration.
Published by Greater Boston attorney and mediator Diane Levin, this award-winning blog delivers news, musings, tips, and information on alternative dispute resolution and people-focused innovations in the practice of law. Inspiration comes from the fields of negotiation, cognitive psychology, the social sciences, law, and conflict resolution. Expect to find posts that link you to sites and ideas that will have you seeing the world in new and surprising ways.
The National Institute for Advanced Conflict Resolution (NIACR) was founded for the purpose of advancing the field of conflict resolution in the United States, and promoting a greater understanding of the role of mediation in resolving disputes. This website was created not only to provide an online resource for practicing mediators, but also to make available to the general public information about issues pertaining to mediation and conflict resolution.
The National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution supports and sustains the development of information technology applications, institutional resources, and theoretical and applied knowledge for better understanding and managing conflict. The Center believes that networked information technology can be uniquely leveraged to expand and improve conflict management resources and expertise. We are only at the beginning of understanding how individuals separated by great physical, cultural, or technological distances can utilize resources and expertise virtually. We conceive of the online environment as a “place” where increasingly powerful tools will be available for working to find solutions to many forms of offline/online conflict, whether they are public or private, whether they involve commercial transactions or other social relationships, and whether they are international or domestic.
News and Information For and About Organizational Ombuds
A blog about arbitration
The Program on Negotiation (PON) is a university consortium dedicated to developing the theory and practice of negotiation and dispute resolution. As a community of scholars and practitioners, PON serves a unique role in the world negotiation community. Founded in 1983 as a special research project at Harvard Law School, PON includes faculty, students, and staff from Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Tufts University.
Tracks new and intriguing web sites for the legal profession
The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.
The King Hall Negotiations Team encourages the growth of knowledge of negotiation skills and Alternative Dispute Resolution through effective law school seminars, intra- and inter-school competitions, and courses.
Your passport to news and ideas about mediation, negotiation, conflict resolution, and innovation in law and justice