About the Podcast
Resolutions is weekly podcast about all things Dispute Resolution. Hosted by a rotating cast of Section of Dispute Resolution members, the pocast consists of a series of conversations with professionals in the dispute resolution community about various topics of interest.
How to Listen
Gabrielle Hartley: Conscious Uncoupling and the Better Apart Method in Divorce Mediation
Gabrielle Hartley, a divorce lawyer, coach, and mediator, discusses her practice and book, both entitled “Better Apart,” focusing on active validation techniques in mediation. She highlights how mindfulness, meditation, and yoga play a powerful role in the process of conscious uncoupling. She concludes with words of empowerment for young professionals, with practical ways to reduce stigma and animosity around divorce.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Susan Guthrie: The Mechanics of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) & Building Your Legal Brand
Susan Guthrie, an online divorce mediation specialist, discusses her family law practice, “Divorce in a Better Way.” Innovation emboldens this dialogue, with topics including the new wave of online dispute resolution (ODR), with an offering of useful platforms to keep mediation both amicable and outside of the court, and diversifying your legal brand through use of social media and podcasts.
A Conversation About the 17th Annual Advanced Mediation and Advocacy Skills Institute
Host Adam Martin speaks with Suffolk University Professor Dwight Golann about the upcoming Annual Advanced Mediation and Advocacy Skills Institute in Houston, TX on November 15th & 16th.
Ombuds: Unusual Name. Important Service
A conversation with Elizabeth Hill about the roles of an Ombuds and the upcoming ABA Ombuds Day events. Click on the links below to register for an event in the city nearest you.
Deborah Hylton: A Conversation About Resolution 105 and Diversity in ADR
Deborah Hylton talks with Adam Martin about the ABA’s Resolution 105 and other efforts to increase diversity in ADR.
Political Peacemaking? Yes, It Happens! Part 2
In today’s episode, we meet two organizations that were locking heads over energy issues in Virginia and found a way to work better together, with the help of a skilled mediator. You heard from the parties two weeks ago in part 1. Today in Part 2, you’ll hear from the mediator.
Political Peacemaking? Yes, It Happens!
It might sound hard to believe, but those involved in political disputes at the local, state, and federal level occasionally find win-win solutions. In this episode, we meet two organizations that were locking heads over energy issues in Virginia and found a way to work better together, with the help of a skilled mediator.
The Supreme Court and Arbitration: An Insider’s View
Andrew J. Pincus and Deepak Gupta are two leading Supreme Court practitioners who have appeared in eight precedent-setting arbitral law cases. They will share their insights from those arguments and offer an unparalleled view of the Supreme Court’s approach to resolving disputes over the law of arbitration. Moderated by Hon. Bruce Meyerson (Ret).
Lamps Plus v. Varela
Professor Thomas Carbonneau of Penn State Law discusses the impact of a recent Supreme Court case on class arbitration, Lamps Plus v. Varela.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
A Conversation About Assessing ADR Programs
Adam Martin speaks with Nick Diehl and Rachel Viscomi about their upcoming webinar: Reducing Barriers and Raising Effectiveness: Assessing ADR Programs on June 5th, 1 PM EDT, which will show how the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program at Harvard Law School helps organizations to assess and improve ADR programs, while training students to advance dispute systems design, negotiation, mediation and facilitation practices.
Donna Erez and Brian Farkas: What should be included in a pre-mediation statement?
Donna Erez and Brian Farkas discuss their research on pre-mediation statements and mediator preferences.
Rekha Rangachari: A Conversation About Diversity in ADR
Rekha Rangachari, Executive Director of the New York International Arbitration Center discusses the hot topic of diversity in ADR and looks at measures that have been put in place to address diversity in the field. Hosted by Lucy Greenwood.
Stephanie Cohen: A Conversation about Cybersecurity in Arbitration
Stephanie Cohen is currently a solo arbitrator in domestic and international cases and the founder of Cohen Arbitration. In this episode, she discusses the implication of cybersecurity concerns in today's legal field and offers practical advice on how to avoid breaches of digital information.
Antone Melton-Meux: A conversation about mediations in sexual harassment cases
Antone Melton-Meaux is a lawyer with a theology degree. He uses his experience as an employment lawyer and chaplain to navigate both the legal and emotional aspects of sexual harassment cases.
Ava Borrasso: A Conversation About Interim and Emergency Relief in Arbitration
In this podcast, Ava discusses the growth of emergency relief in arbitrations and the availability of interim relief both in the courts and within the arbitration process. Hosted by Nancy Greenwood.
Robert Margulies: A Conversation About the Enforcement of Mediation Agreements Across Borders
Robert Margulies, a mediator with extensive experience in cross-border disputes, discusses the difficulties and strategies of enforcing mediated settlement agreements in international disputes.
Colin Rule: A Conversation about Online Dispute Resolution
Colin discusses how ODR has grown over the years and is now used by courts with matters ranging from traffic citations to family and employment law cases. Hosted by Adam Martin.