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Misjudging: Why Disputants Are Better Off in Consensual Processes than in Litigation

by Amanda on March 20, 2008

This link will take you to a video which features Prof Chris Guthrie giving the third annual Saltman Lecture, speaking about “Misjudging: Why Disputants Are Better Off in Consensual Processes than in Litigation”. His comments, and commentators’ responses, were published in the Nevada Law Journal’s Winter 2006/2007 issue.

Professor Guthrie is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University Law School.

4 comments
Amanda
Amanda

Hello Stephanie! Thank you for your welcome and again for fantastic content. I particularly enjoyed your postings about Brain Overclaim Syndrome!

I am looking forward to exploring more...

kind regards
Amanda

Amanda
Amanda

Hello Diane! Thank you for your welcome. Your blog is really excellent and I highly recommend it for the breadth and depth of content.

I am looking forward to sharing news and views with you.

kind regards
Amanda

Stephanie West Allen
Stephanie West Allen

Hello, Amanda. I second Diane's welcoming you to the ADR neighborhood of the blogosphere! I have put The Mediation Times in my reader and I look forward to reading your posts.

My best to you,

Stephanie

Diane Levin
Diane Levin

Amanda, greetings from across the pond! I'm a mediation blogger in Boston and was delighted to be introduced to your blog. Welcome to the ADR blogosphere -- there are quite a few of us delighted to make your acquaintance.

Best of luck with this online community you've created!

Diane

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