Author Archive for Andrea K. Schneider

Peace Be With You … And With You?

Friday, November 14th, 2014
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Under the heading of hard bargaining tactics gone bad (and bad lawyer advice), we can now add this story.  When a group of eight faculty members at the General Theological Seminary ... Read more »

Prisoner’s Dilemma Game Show

Saturday, October 4th, 2014
Category: Arbitration, Negotiation, Public | 2 Comments »

In class last month, we rebooted the idea of the prisoner’s dilemma as previously portrayed on The Bachelor Pad (discussed on the Freakonomics Blog and four years ago on this ... Read more »

Client Skills Board Competitions Update

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
Category: Marquette Law School, Negotiation, Public | No Comments »

The Client Skills Board would like to congratulate the MULS teams and their coaches for a fine showing at a number of different competitions over the past three weeks. Elizabeth Larson ... Read more »

eMediation–Marquette Students Rock

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
Category: Marquette Law School, Mediation, Public | 1 Comment »

In a new competition hosted by Cornell University this past fall, students tested out their skills at dispute resolution over the internet. We finally received the results in December so ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2013–American Perspectives on the Middle East

Saturday, April 27th, 2013
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Earlier this week was the last day for our International Conflict Resolution class and, to close,  I thought I would post some overarching comments.  Particularly as the new Secretary of State, ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2013–A Meeting with a Judicial Giant

Thursday, April 18th, 2013
Category: International Law & Diplomacy, Judges & Judicial Process, Public | No Comments »

A highlight of our trip was meeting with Justice Aharon Barak. Barak has been hailed as the father of Israeli constititutional law, and Justice Elana Kagan called Justice Barak her ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2013–It’s Still Complicated

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013
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As we wrote about the last Israel trip, noting the complications and contradictions of the country are crucial to also understanding it.  On the 65th anniversary of Israeli independence, this blog ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2013–Is Trust Necessary?

Sunday, April 14th, 2013
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At the ABA Section on Dispute Resolution Annual Meeting last week, Senator George Mitchell spoke about Northern Ireland and how important hope and patience is for a peace process. On the other ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2013–Yad Vashem

Monday, April 8th, 2013
Category: Human Rights, International Law & Diplomacy, Public | No Comments »

Today’s post is from Brendan Byrne on visiting the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial – a regular stop for visitors to Israel including the President this past month. Yad Vashem is the ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2013–The Golan Heights

Monday, April 1st, 2013
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This year traveling up to the Golan Heights was a little more fraught with tension – after all, UN peacekeepers had been held for three days by Syrian rebels and ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2013–Encounter & Parent’s Circle

Friday, March 29th, 2013
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This continues my series of posts on the recent trip I led to Israel.  As part of the Israel trip, we met with different groups working on coexistance.  One group–Encounter–focuses ... Read more »

Israel Reflections 2013–Too Muslim or Not Muslim Enough?

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013
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Easily the worst part of the trip for me was at the beginning when one of my students was detained by Israeli immigration upon our entry to the country.  Although it ... Read more »