Missouri Symposium On The First Amendment On Campus & Dispute Resolution

We are delighted that Dean Robert Post of the Yale Law School, a noted First Amendment scholar, will be our keynote speaker.  Lisa Amsler (Indiana), Jennifer Brown (Quinnipiac), and Grande Lum (Ohio State) will anchor an afternoon panel on lessons to be learned from DR scholarship.  And there are other panels, too

Ten Duel Commandments

The so-called “ten duel commandments” reveal that the whole ritual of dueling actually incorporates a system based on negotiation. In the song that lays out the commandments of dueling, note that they provide at least three opportunities to back away from going through with the contest.  At the outset, the person challenged can avoid a duel by apologizing

Should You Make Opening Statements In A Mediation?

I recently served on a panel of mediators at the Alabama State Bar’s annual meeting. One of the attendees asked the panel if we encouraged attorneys to give opening statements in mediations. I was the sole panelist who said Yes.

Global Peace Index

Interactive map exploring the states of peace around the world: where countries rank on the Global Peace Index, animated historical data visualizing how countries’ levels of peace fluctuate over the years, and socio-economic data that helps describe the ‘drivers’ of peace.

PACIS Receives ACR’s 2011 Peacemaker Award

Tim Pownall on behalf of the PACIS project in faith-based diplomacy accepted the 2011 Peacemaker Award given each year by the Association for Conflict Resolution. The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) is an organization committed to awareness of conflict resolution in the public.

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