Webcast Recordings On-Demand

The sessions and webcast links are listed below, and you can view the agenda for information on the nationally recognized presenters.

When you’ve finished viewing the webcast, please come back here and complete a short survey about your experience. Your responses will remain anonymous and will be used to help frame next steps for continuing the discussion on the future of court ADR.

Conference Welcome, 8:30-9:00am Central Time

http://law-media.marquette.edu/Mediasite/Play/6eeb227a962142feb8d869e9d3ccf7581d

Core Values of Dispute Resolution—Is Neutrality
Necessary? 9:00-10:15am Central Time

http://law-media.marquette.edu/Mediasite/Play/6eeb227a962142feb8d869e9d3ccf7581d

What Do Stakeholders Want & Need—Courts & Neutrals?
10:30am-12:00pm Central Time

http://law-media.marquette.edu/Mediasite/Play/79b15a928c4f4f85997e5d249dfde96a1d

What Do Stakeholders Want & Need—Parties &
Lawyers? 1:00-2:30pm Central Time
PLEASE
NOTE THIS SESSION BEGINS at 1 HOUR 29 Minutes into the recording.

http://law-media.marquette.edu/Mediasite/Play/79b15a928c4f4f85997e5d249dfde96a1d

Contemporary Practices Meeting These Needs, 2:45-4:15pm
Central Time

http://law-media.marquette.edu/Mediasite/Play/5978bd5db26c435897fe468aba7106f51d

Small Group Discussion, Where Do We Go From Here?, 4:30-5:30pm Central Time
Due to the nature of this segment, it was not practical to webcast this portion. The results of the small group discussions will be posted on the conference website.

19 Responses to Webcast Recordings On-Demand

  1. Carol Paisley says:

    how do I register?

    • You don’t need to register for the webcast. Just login to the webcast using the webcast links through the website. The webcast will be moderated, and you’ll be able to post questions and comments throughout the day.

  2. Richard Aaronson says:

    Will these sessions be recorded for later access or re-webcast?

  3. George Ferrick says:

    Will it be possible to access the audio of the webcast separately via a call in number?
    I will be commuting during a workshop, and would like to log on via audio if possible.

    • There will not be separate audio. However, the webcast is being recorded and will be available for viewing at a later date. Check the website for information on how to access the webcast recording.

  4. Margaret Miller says:

    What a marvelous use of technology — especially in light of tight court budgets these days that make fees, travel, food and lodging prohibitive.

    Looking forward to listening and participating.

  5. Evelyn Ang says:

    I will be online for part of the morning on Friday (today), and look forward to the other sessions as recorded to view at another time. Thank you Marquette, for making this possible!

  6. Carol Paisley says:

    I am trying to participate in webcast but get only black screens.

  7. Please add me to any listserve and sent me updates on how I can access any of the proceedings or slides.

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