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ADR Research Network
The ADR Research Network is a group of Australian dispute resolution academics. Blogging & tweeting high quality, critical dispute resolution scholarship
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A/Prof Kate Seear Dec 7
Looking forward to presenting in the next session at on my research with Becky Batagol on legal ethics and family violence negotiations, part of which derives from my DECRA research on lawyers’ practices, alcohol and other drugs.
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LSBU Law Dec 7
Disputes & Ethics employs a tech assisted transactional learning model and simulation case study
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🏳️‍🌈Becky Batagol Dec 7
So glad to see our work on family violence lawyering ethics being shared with the top class legal ethics audience at today. By . Can’t wait to hear the feedback.
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🏳️‍🌈Becky Batagol Dec 6
What our meetings look like from the perspective of a first-time student attendee: thanks Jo, so glad you came! I really enjoyed your paper session
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Sir Zelman Cowen Ctr Dec 4
Read interview with from last month's symposium "Online dispute resolution bolstering access to justice"
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Rosemary Howell Dec 4
Conflict2 - Kluwer Mediation Blog Another thought-provoking blogpost from Marsh. As we search world politics fruitlessly for some leadership models it is great to be reminded what leadership looks like when we DO find it.
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ADR Research Network Dec 5
Replying to @DorcasQAnderson
we really missed you this year!
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John Woodward Dec 4
Wonderful paper from Alysoun. Very insightful and I hope will attract research funding to allow the ADRRN group to continue this important work.
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ADR Research Network Dec 4
Replying to @GeoffreyBH @lilemsy
Do Rights to access process always mean access to justice?
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Newcastle Law School Dec 4
We are very pleased to be the 2020 hosts for this fantastic event.
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ADR Research Network Dec 4
Can’t wait for us to gather in Melbourne
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Lisa Toohey Dec 3
So proud of our - proving that rigorous and generous can easily go hand in hand.
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ADR Research Network Dec 4
Replying to @uonlawschool
There is an awful lot of dispute resolution happening at UoN! Can’t wait
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ADR Research Network Dec 4
Wish you were in it
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Carolyn Hirst Dec 4
Essential reading "If lawyers speak indifferently, or even disparagingly, of mediation then, even when it is ordered by a court or mandated by regulation, the mediation experience is likely to be diminished for the disputants."
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🏳️‍🌈Becky Batagol Dec 3
It’s nearly a wrap here at on the Sunshine Coast. My main feeling is happiness that with so many new faces and a continued culture of kind criticism, we have created a sustainable model of academic workshopping
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ADR Research Network Dec 3
So has wrapped up. Thanks for all the RTs and comments on Twitter. We’ll be reconvening on 9-10 December 2019 (provisional date). 2020 will be
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Alysoun Boyle Dec 3
Winding up Ending one means starting another. Thanks Sue so much, and USC
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ADR Research Network Dec 3
President Lola Akin Ojelabi thanks her co president Dr Sue Douglas for a marvellous Roundtable
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