‘Yale Law School’s Seminar in Private Law: Dispute Resolution in Universities’

“At the last session of this spring’s Seminar in Private Law, we considered dispute resolution in universities. The speakers were Jonathan Holloway, Dean of Yale College and Professor of African American Studies, History, and American Studies, and Mary Rowe, who teaches at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and was MIT’s Ombuds for over 40 years. In view of the tumult on campuses over the past year, it seemed apt to consider universities as part of our survey of dispute resolution beyond the state. What is distinctive about conflicts in this setting? What processes are best suited to resolve or manage them? Are protests evidence of a failure of dispute resolution, or are they a desirable or inevitable form of complaint? …” (more)

[Sadie Blanchard, New Private Law, 4 July]

First posted 2016-07-05 06:31:09

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