Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution
Volume 25, Issue 1 (2010)
Symposium 2009
Teaching and Technology: Teaching ADR and the Future of Dispute System Design


Table of Contents
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Introduction

The Next Phase for Dispute Resolution in Law Schools: Less Growth, More Change
Rogers, Nancy H. pp. 1-6
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Articles

Pedagogy, Progress, and Portfolios
Merritt, Deborah Jones pp. 7-24
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Islands, Vitamins, Salt, Germs: Four Visions of the Future of ADR in Law Schools (and a Data-Driven Snapshot of the Field Today)
Moffitt, Michael pp. 25-86
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The Classroom Can Be All Fun & Games
Goodrich, Kathleen; Schneider, Andrea Kupfer pp. 87-103
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Artificial Intelligence: Robots, Avatars, and the Demise of the Human Mediator
Larson, David Allen pp. 105-163
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The Lawyer's Mind: Why a Twenty-First Century Legal Practice Will Not Thrive Using Nineteenth Century Thinking (With Thanks to George Lakoff)
Bernard, Phyllis E. pp. 165-200
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Online Influence Space(s) and Digital Influence Waves: In Honor of Charly
Davis, Benjamin G.; Snyder, Keefe pp. 201-245
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The Potential Contribution of ADR to an Integrated Curriculum: Preparing Law Students for Real World Lawyering
Lande, John; Sternlight, Jean R. pp. 247-298
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