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Distance Learning ODR Course
Events and Courses on ADR/ODR A Colleague writes "E-Arbitration-T, the University of Massachusetts and the ODR - Center for Information Technology and Dispute Resolution are pleased to announce the Online Dispute Resolution distance learning course during the spring 2005 semester. "
Posted by eglobal on Wednesday, February 02 @ 16:46:52 CET
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ODR Symposium at Tilburg University (The Netherlands), 7 december 2004
Events and Courses on ADR/ODR ODR_Moderator writes "Symposium

Online Dispute Resolution: a Technical Solution for Conflicts

Tuesday 7 December 2004, 14:00 - 17:00 at Tilburg University, Building A, Room AZ 186
ICTs have the potential to enhance and revolutionize conflict resolution mechanisms by making these processes more efficient and cheaper. The lectures will give an in-depth introduction to the emerging field of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) and will discus the benefits of and challenges for ODR technology.

Programme

14:00 - 14:05 dr. Ronald Leenes Welcome

14:05 - 14:35 prof. Maurits Barendrecht
Access to Courts and Civil Procedure Rules? Key Features of Effective
Institutions for Dispute Resolution

14:35 - 15:05 mr. Berend de Vries
ODR: Challenges and Opportunities for Enhancing Dispute Resolution

15:05 - 15:15 Discussion: ADR/ODR - a solution? For what?

15:15 - 15:30 tea break

15:30 - 16:00 dr. Arno Lodder
How to support parties in ODR best? Fundamental and practical
guidelines on the use of technology

16:00 - 16:30 prof. John Zeleznikow
Using game theory and artificial intelligence to provide support with
regard to trade offs - a case study.

16:30 - 16:45 dr. Ronald Leenes
Layla, the Layman's legal assistant, glimpse of a new research project

16:45 - 17:00 Discussion: ODR technology

17:00 Cocktail reception

For more information, see
http://www.uvt.nl/faculteiten/frw/onderzoek/schoordijk/tilt/lectures/lectures.html.

You can attend free of charge, please ..."
Posted by eglobal on Friday, November 12 @ 23:37:01 CET
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4th International Competitions for Online Dispute Resolution (ICODR 2005)
Events and Courses on ADR/ODR A Colleague writes "Registration for the 4th Annual International Competitions for Online Dispute Resolution (ICODR 2005) is open again. The competitions will be held early next year.
The goal is to enhance worldwide law student understanding of online dispute resolution. Competitions are being held again in negotiation, mediation, and arbitration and a prototype litigation competition is being started this year. ICODR is open to law students anywhere in the world and is free.

All that the student needs is access to the internet with a browser and permission of a faculty member to participate. Schools in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore and the United States have expressed interest so far. For further information about fielding teams or acting as an evaluator, please go to http://www.odr.info/icodr2005.php or contact Alan Gaitenby at gaitenby(at)disputes.net or Benjamin Davis at ben.davis(at)utoledo.edu.

Best regards,

Benjamin Davis
Associate Professor of Law
University of Toledo College of Law
2801 W. Bancroft Street
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Tel.: 1 419 530 5117
Fax: 1 419 530 2439
E-mail:ben.davis(at)utoledo.edu

To participate, law students need only have 1) access to the internet through a browser and 2) permission of a faculty member. The competitions are free of charge. This year we will again have online negotiation, mediation, and arbitration competitions. As a new development we will also hold a prototype online litigation competition.
ICODR Registration (schools and evaluators)
ICODR 2005 Negotiation Competition Rules and Schedule
ICODR 2005 Mediation Competition Rules and Schedule
ICODR 2005 Arbitration Competition Rules and Schedule
ICODR 2005 Prototype Litigation Competition Rules and Schedule

The Process: ...

"
Posted by eglobal on Friday, November 12 @ 15:37:00 CET
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Harvard Law School recently captured the U.S. championship of the 2004 P. Jessup
Events and Courses on ADR/ODR A Colleague writes "International Law Moot Court Competition, defeating the University of Georgia and Columbia University in elimination rounds. The HLS team consisted of second-year students Naomi Loewith and Hugo Torres, first-year student Erica Fung, and third-year student Nathaniel Stankard. In addition to winning the national title, the team advanced to the world quarterfinals before being defeated by eventual finalist Singapore.

Harvard won the right to represent the northeast region of the United States in international competition after claiming victory in the regional championship held in February. This year marked the sixth consecutive year that a team from Harvard Law School has attended the international rounds, which this year included 94 teams from 80 nations. Those competitors were drawn from 529 teams from 85 countries.

Widely recognized as the most prestigious international law moot court competition in the world, the Jessup was co-founded by Harvard Law school in 1959. This year's problem addressed the jurisdiction and admissibility of cases before the International Criminal Court, as well as the legality of Security Council actions.

Advanced Round Results

Run-Off Rounds
Harvard Law School, USA, defeated University of Georgia, USA
Columbia University, USA, defeated University of Texas, USA
Friedrich-Schiller-U., Jena, Germany, defeated Kyiv International University, Ukraine
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, defeated University of Copenhagen, Denmark
International Islamic University, Malaysia, defeated Seoul National University, Korea
National Law School of India University, India, defeated University of Toronto, Canada
University of Indonesia, Indonesia, defeated Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Monash University, Australia, defeated Kyrgyz-Russian Slavonic University, Kyrgyzstan

Octafinal Rounds
Harvard Law School, USA, defeated Columbia University, USA
Ateneo de Manila, Philippines, defeated Friedrich-Schiller-U., Jena, Germany
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, defeated Universidad Catolica Andres Bello, Venezuela
Monash University, Australia, defeated University of Melbourne, Australia
International Islamic University, Malaysia, defeated University of Michigan, USA
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, defeated National Law School of India University, India
National University of Singapore, Singapore, defeated University of Indonesia, Indonesia
University of Vienna, Austria, defeated University of Otago, New Zealand"
Posted by eglobal on Friday, April 30 @ 17:08:36 CEST
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Online Dispute Resolution Course at CITDR University of Massachusetts
Events and Courses on ADR/ODR A Colleague writes "The University of Massachusetts Center for Information Technology and Dispute Resolution is pleased to announce a new online course which introduces students to theories, practices, and products of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR).

Description: Participants will learn about the history and development of ODR, the current state of the field, the role of technology as a "fourth party", and the advantages and disadvantages of using online techniques to resolve disputes. The course will systematically explore several types of ODR platforms, including automated negotiation, solution databases, and virtual meeting rooms. Participants will also get a chance to try out the tools used to practice ODR. The course will involve several role-plays, and each participant will have a chance to participate in these simulations. At the conclusion of the course all of the participants will receive a certificate indicating their completion of the training and summarizing the work completed.

Principal Instructors: Colin Rule, Director of Online Dispute Resolution for eBay and former CEO of Online Resolution, Ethan Katsh and Alan Gaitenby of the University of Massachusetts Center for Information Technology and Dispute Resolution.

Time: This online course will run from February 1, 2004 to May 14, 2004.

Registration and fees: Register at Umass Continuing Education. This is a three credit course at $250/credit

Books and materials:

1. Katsh and Rifkin, Online Dispute Resolution: Resolving Conflicts in Cyberspace, Jossey Bass, 2001
2. Rule, Online Dispute Resolution for Business, Jossey Bass, 2002
3. Simulations and other materials will be accessible from the ODR.info Web site.

-------> Full Information at CITDR Portal.
-------> If you have any questions, please email Alan Gaitenby at gaitenby@disputes.net
"
Posted by eglobal on Friday, January 09 @ 16:06:13 CET
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