Posted by: Leonard L. Riskin, University of Florida, Levin College of Law
1. The Dispute Resolution and Lawyers Videotape Series, Directed by Leonard Riskin & Deborah Doxsee (West, 1991), is now available at no
charge on the website of the Initiative on Mindfulness in Law and Dispute Resolution,
These videos, made to introduce dispute resolution to first-year law students are used in many settings.
Tape I. Negotiation of Medical Malpractice Case
Tape II. Negotiation of Transaction
Tape III. Mediation
Tape IV. Choosing or Building a Dispute Resolution Process.
2. Symposium on Mindfulness in Law and Dispute Resolution, Havard Law School (2002). Available at http://www.law.ufl.edu/imldr/resources/harvardsym.shtml.
3. The Mindful Lawyer Conference, University of California, Berkeley School of Law, Oct. 2010. Audio, video and written materials available at http://www.mindfullawyerconference.org/resources.htm.
Posted by: Carrie Menkel-Meadow, University of California, Irvine Law School
1. The Lawyers Role(s) in Deliberative Democracy - 5 Nev. L. Rev. 347-369 (2005) Nevada Law Review, Vol. 5, p. 347. Written by Carrie Menkel-Meadow.
Posted by: Ellen Waldman
1. Mediation Ethics: Cases and Commentaries - Nov. 2010 Excerpts: Pages 113-125 and 135-153. Ellen Waldman.
Posted by: Melissa L. Nelken
1. Negotiation and Psychoanalysis: If I'd Wanted to Learn About Feelings, I Wouldn't Have Gone to Law School, 46 J. Legal Educ. 420 (1996)
Posted by: Douglas N. Frenkel
1. The Practice of Mediation: The Ethics of Mediating, Written by Douglas N. Frenkel and James H. Stark
Posted by: Art Hinshaw
1. Teaching Negotiation Ethics, Written by Art Hinshaw
Posted by: Hal Abramson
1. ADR in Business: Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures Volume II, Edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz (2011)