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Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

In this episode, mediator and investigator Angela Reddock-Wright examines the role of dispute resolution in dealing with workplace and organizational conflict, bullying in schools, sexual assault, and beyond.

#MeToo and Conflicts in Workplaces, Schools, and Beyond: A Conversation with Angela Reddock-Wright

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Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

Hear how Sharon Press, a veteran dispute resolution professional and educator, looks at both our current circumstances and the broader world of educating the next generation of dispute resolution professionals both in-person and online.

Teaching Dispute Resolution In-Person and Online: A Conversation with Professor Sharon Press

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Brand You: Personal Branding & Social Media Marketing for ADR Success

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Diversity

Gender Differences in Dispute Resolution Practice: Report on the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Practice Snapshot Survey

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This offering of Webinar recordings is free as a benefit to ABA Section members.

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Arbitrator Disclosures after Monster Energy: Obligations and Opportunities

Listen to this discuss on the existing standards for arbitrator disclosures, the model disclosure "authority" in court, the impact of Monster Energy's expansion of the previously existing standards .

Monster Energy

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Consumer Arbitration National Roundtable Summary Report

This Summary Report and its attachments: 1) summarize the discussions at the Roundtable and the Planning Committee’s conclusions, 2) provide an overview of related empirical studies and the range of dispute resolution programs and processes available to resolve consumer disputes, and 3) include an annotated list of key resources.

Links of Interest

List of links to ABA programs, external ADR programs, organizations, and other ADR related items.