Cynthia Alkon

Cynthia Alkon
Cynthia Alkon is an Associate Professor of Law at Texas A&M University School of Law. Prior to joining academia, she was a criminal defense lawyer and worked in rule of law development in Eastern Europe and Central Asia focusing on criminal justice reform issues. She is a contributor of ADR Prof Blog.

Texas A&M Law is Looking for a New Dean

We are looking for a new Dean. Please see the job announcement:Texas A&M University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the Texas A&M University School of Law. The desired appointment date is July 1, 2018.Texas A&M University...

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Nancy Welsh to join Texas A&M!

Many readers of this blog have no doubt already seen the email that my dear colleague, Michael Green, sent out on the DR Listserve.  But, I didn’t want to miss an opportunity to share our good news (and good fortune):Dear Listmates,With great pride and...

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Texas A&M is Hiring in DR!

I am thrilled to announce that Texas A&M University hopes to expand our wonderful dispute resolution team at the Law School and is planning to hire a lateral candidate in dispute resolution.As you will see from our advertisement (below), we are seeking...

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What to do now?

A number of years ago one of my students told what has become my favorite gun story since I moved to Texas.  Gun ownership is much more common here than in, for example, California.  So, over the last six years, I’ve heard lots of gun stories.  This...

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Congratulations to Donna Shestowsky!

From FOI, Professor Elayne E. Greenberg, St. John’s University School of Law:It is my great pleasure to announce that the nationally respected dispute resolution and procedural justice scholar Donna Shestowsky, a professor of law and Martin Luther Kind Jr. Scholar at...

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Saturday, January 9, 2016 in New York

For those of you who are in New York to attend the AALS Annual Meeting, the ADR Section, along with the Law and Mental Disability Section will have a panel discussion on “The Modern Problem-Solving Court Movement: Taking Stock After 25 Years.”  The panel is from...

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