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RSI’s Board Member Alyson Carrel Co-Authors New Negotiation Textbook

Just Court ADR, May 6th, 2021

Congratulations to RSI’s Board Member Alyson Carrel for co-authoring a new negotiation textbook entitled Negotiation and Lawyers. Joining Alyson as co-authors are Art Hinshaw, Leonard L. Riskin, Chris P. Guthrie, Richard C. Reuben, Jennifer K. Robbennolt and Nancy Welsh. The textbook is responsive to the increased role technology plays in the negotiation practice and presents the core concepts, skills and strategies lawyers need to be successful in negotiation both online and offline. In particular, Alyson crafted a chapter on technology and negotiation.

Congratulations to Alyson and the entire team of authors on this terrific new resource!

New Resources Added to RSI’s Resource Center!

Nicole Wilmet, December 21st, 2020

Did you know that RSI’s Resource Center is the most comprehensive and respected source of information on court ADR anywhere? Housed within the Resource Center is the Research Library which has an extensive annotated collection of court ADR resources such as articles, studies, court rules, statutes and court forms. 

RSI’s Resource Center Director Nicole Wilmet regularly reviews and adds new resources to the Research Library. The following list highlights a few of the resources that have been added recently. 

We hope these resources are valuable in your work!

Recently Added Resources to RSI’s Research Library

Nicole Wilmet, November 19th, 2020

Did you know that RSI’s Resource Center is the most comprehensive and respected source of information on court ADR anywhere? Housed within the Resource Center is the Research Library which has an extensive annotated collection of court ADR resources such as articles, studies, court rules, statutes and court forms. 

As RSI’s Resource Center Director, I regularly review and add new resources to the Research Library. The following list highlights a few of the resources that have recently been added. 

The Maryland Standards of Conduct for Mediators by the Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office

Kentucky Mediation Guidelines for Court of Justice Mediators by the Supreme Court of Kentucky

Alabama Code of Ethics for Mediators by the Supreme Court of Alabama

Kansas Supreme Court Rule 918: Ethics by the Supreme Court of Kansas

Texas Online Dispute Resolution Proposed Policy Framework by the Office of Court Administration, Civil Justice Committee 

Kirwin Institute Implicit Bias Module Series by the Ohio State University Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity

I hope these resources are helpful to you in your work!