Hiro N. Aragaki: Things we know and think we know about Batna and Watna

This will likely be of most interest to scholars writing in this area.  In the final analysis, I think John’s original complaint that we are using BATNA “wrong” may be better directed at WATNA.  I do think that many of us—myself included—have not been particularly clear about what we mean by WATNA, and in this sense may be using the term incorrectly.

Ben Davis: Fun with Technology, Arbitration Clauses and a Mock International Commercial Arbitration

As has been noted by Professor Stacie Strong, people should be very careful about drafting arbitration clauses.  They can lead to many complications in just getting the arbitration started. 

Mosten and Scully’s New Book on Unbundled Legal Services

Unbundling goes by many names, including “limited scope legal services.”  Lawyers provide specified services to clients rather than “full service” representation.  It’s like ordering food à la carte instead of a fixed, seven-course meal.

DR Faculty Seminar in Israel- Israel’s Military Courts: Adjudicating Alleged (Palestinian) Crime and Terror in the west Bank and Gaza

The conflict over the sacred land in the West Bank, which includes East Jerusalem, in Israel is deeply rooted and profoundly intense.  This region has been under rule by the Turks in the Ottoman Empire (1517- 1917), Britain (1917-48), Jordan (1948-67), and since the Six Day War in 1967, under control by the Israeli army.

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