RESOLVED-Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution

RESOLVED-Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution RESOLVED is the Charleston School of Law's dispute resolution journal. The journal focuses on practical issues in the dispute resolution field.
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RESOLVED operates under the Charleston School of Law's Center for Dispute Resolution. The journal publishes articles focused on the practical issues facing mediators, arbitrators, attorneys, and human resources professionals engaged in the implementation and supervision of dispute resolution programs and is one of only two law journals in the Southeast dedicated to these issues.

05/27/2015
www.charlestonlaw.edu

Dear Facebook Followers,

I am delighted to share our Students Works Edition, Volume V, Issue III of Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution. This issue includes articles from four of our members, including Tara Bing, Brittany Ferrigno, Shannon Morris, and Joseph Shakinbanasab. The following articles focus on conflict between Israel and Palestine, arbitration clauses in core bankruptcy proceedings, plea bargaining power, and the constitutionality and efficiency of alternative dispute resolution in criminal cases. I hope you enjoy reading these articles and share them within the legal community.

Resolved Student Works Edition Link:
http://www.charlestonlaw.edu/PDF-Files/Student-Affairs-(1)/Student-Organizations/Resolved/Vol-5-Issue-3-Student-Works-Edition.aspx

Sincerely,

Ivey Blair
Editor-in-Chief, Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution

"An ounce of mediation is worth a pound of arbitration and a ton of litigation." - Joseph Grynbaum

04/20/2015

Dear Facebook Friends,

I am delighted to share Volume V, Issue II of Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution. This issue includes a review of the three tiers of collaborative law, an overview of crime victim and offender mediation, and a guide to resolving business disputes in South Carolina. I hope you enjoy reading these articles and share them within the legal community.

http://charlestonlaw.edu/PDF-Files/Student-Affairs-(1)/Student-Organizations/Resolved/Resolved-Volume-V-Issue-II.aspx

Sincerely,

Ivey Blair
Editor-in-Chief, Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution

"An ounce of mediation is worth a pound of arbitration and a ton of litigation." - Joseph Grynbaum

Resolved is looking forward to publishing our second issue and our Student Works Edition in the next few weeks!Brittany ...
04/10/2015

Resolved is looking forward to publishing our second issue and our Student Works Edition in the next few weeks!

Brittany Ferrigno, one of our editors and a 2L at the Charleston School of Law, has been selected for publication in our Student Works Edition. Her article discusses the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict and ways Israel and Palestine might integrate dispute resolution techniques to promote peaceful stability. Brittany explains her interest and focus on the article in the following statement:

"Having an interest in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict and given the opportunity to travel to the Middle East over winter break, I was able to immerse myself into the emotions and religious culture expressed by the people occupying the state of Israel and Palestinian territories. Israel is the land where three religions, Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, essentially evolve from, which foreshadows why the land of Israel is so sought after and desired by so many people. While traveling with a guide throughout Israel, I learned that the conflict is more than an ongoing war that may be distantly removed from everyday life. This conflict is greater than terrorist attacks Americans see on the national news. Rather, there is an underlying emotional connection that each person has to the conflict."

Please look for our upcoming issues!

Best regards,

Ivey Blair
Editor-in-Chief, Resolved

01/15/2015
www.charlestonlaw.edu

I am delighted to share Volume V, Issue I of Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution. This issue includes a review of former Chief Justice Burger's support of alternative dispute resolution, an analysis of U.S. Supreme Court decisions concerning class arbitration, insight into seating arrangements for mediation, and an interesting comparison of poker strategy to litigation decisions. Our journal would like to especially thank Adele Westbrook, Writer-in-Residence for Charleston School of Law, for her superb assistance and support during our publication process. I hope you enjoy reading these articles and share them within the legal and professional community.

http://www.charlestonlaw.edu/PDF-Files/Student-Affairs-(1)/Student-Organizations/Resolved/Resolved,-Vol-5,-Issue-1-(1).aspx

Sincerely,

Ivey Blair
Editor-in-Chief, Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution

"An ounce of mediation is worth a pound of arbitration and a ton of litigation." - Joseph Grynbaum

Last pics from ACR Annual Conference.
10/13/2014

Last pics from ACR Annual Conference.

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10/09/2014

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Editor-in-Chief Ivey Blair is enjoying her time in Cincinnati at the Association for Conflict Resolution Annual Conferen...
10/08/2014

Editor-in-Chief Ivey Blair is enjoying her time in Cincinnati at the Association for Conflict Resolution Annual Conference. ADR collaboration at its finest!

Great minds were thinking alike at today's macro!
09/26/2014

Great minds were thinking alike at today's macro!

Resolved's first Lecture Series was a wonderful learning opportunity. Mr. Andrews gave great insight into mediation, arb...
09/26/2014

Resolved's first Lecture Series was a wonderful learning opportunity. Mr. Andrews gave great insight into mediation, arbitration and working as a successful attorney.

PHOTO: Symposium Editor Marti Dennis and Mr. Andrews of Andrews Mediation and Family Law.

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09/19/2014

RESOLVED-Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution's cover photo

ATTENTION ALL CSOL STUDENTS: Resolved will hold its first Lecture Series on Friday, September 24, 2014 at noon in B101. ...
09/19/2014
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ATTENTION ALL CSOL STUDENTS: Resolved will hold its first Lecture Series on Friday, September 24, 2014 at noon in B101. Mr. Andrews from Andrews Mediation & Law Firm will share his experiences and knowledge of mediation. Students will learn how an attorney can incorporate mediation skills and methods into their practice. If you are interested in mediation, family law, or improving your skills as an attorney be sure to attend our event! Lunch will be served. Please rsvp to Marti Dennis at [email protected].

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Resolved 2014-2015 Editorial Board
09/05/2014

Resolved 2014-2015 Editorial Board

Resolved's Orientation and Training Day was a success! Several Charleston School of Law Professors volunteered their tim...
08/23/2014

Resolved's Orientation and Training Day was a success! Several Charleston School of Law Professors volunteered their time to educate members on ADR, editing, and research. Managing Editor Amy McArdle did a fabulous job organizing the event. Our journal is ready for another successful year!

08/06/2014

Resolved is proud to announce the addition of its new members. The following students were selected from the 1L Law Review Competition and the Resolved 2L Competition.

Tara Bing
Bruce Binney
Natalie Dalrymple
Sayde Daniels
Brittany Ferrigno
Joshua Masterson
Shannon Morris
Joseph Shakibanasah
Todd Silvis
Peter Wessels

Without the right of eminent domain pipeline operators, such as the Keystone Pipeline, must negotiate easements with eac...
05/04/2014
Negotiating Pipeline Rights-of-Way in Pennsylvania — Natural Gas (Penn State Extension)

Without the right of eminent domain pipeline operators, such as the Keystone Pipeline, must negotiate easements with each individual landowner along the pipeline route. Check out this article that examines the negotiations, rights and valuations involved in pipeline projects.

http://extension.psu.edu/natural-resources/natural-gas/publications/negotiating-pipeline-rights-of-way-in-pennsylvania

A pipeline right-of-way is a strip of land over and around natural gas pipelines where some of the property owner’s legal rights have been granted to a pipeline operator.

Implement these business negotiation strategies into your daily practice! https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/research/neg...
05/04/2014
Negotiation Strategy: Seven Common Pitfalls to Avoid | Stanford Graduate School of Business

Implement these business negotiation strategies into your daily practice! https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/research/negotiation-strategy-seven-common-pitfalls-avoid

Successful bargaining means looking for positives in every possible circumstance. "If I can trade off issues that I care about more and you care about less, then we've been able to create value in a transaction," says Margaret Neale, professor of organizational behavior and director of two Stanford…

05/04/2014

Congratulations to all the graduating 3L Resolved members and 2Ls who have finished exams! We are gearing up for the 1L Law Review Competition and the Resolved 2L Competition. Special thanks to our Editor at Large Jennifer White for preparing a stellar competition problem for our 2L competition!

Mediation can produce progress, even if only measurable by small increments.
04/06/2014

Mediation can produce progress, even if only measurable by small increments.

Come visit the Resolved table in the Barrister tomorrow from 12-1:30 to find out more information about the 1L Law Revie...
04/01/2014

Come visit the Resolved table in the Barrister tomorrow from 12-1:30 to find out more information about the 1L Law Review Competition, Resolved 2L Competition, pens, candy, and more!

04/01/2014

"An ounce of mediation is worth a pound of arbitration and a ton of litigation!" —Joseph Grynbaum

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03/30/2014

RESOLVED-Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution's cover photo

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