Extended Faculty Activities, 2010-2011

Roger P. Alford

Apportioning Responsibility Among Joint Tortfeasors For International Law Violations, 38 PEPPERDINE L. REV. 233 (2011).

Robert Anderson IV

Law, Fact, and Discretion in the Federal Courts: An Empirical Study, 2012 UTAH L. REV. (forthcoming).

Babette Boliek

Regulation Versus Antitrust: How Net Neutrality Is Defining the Boundaries, MARYLAND L. REV. (forthcoming).

Speaking Engagments:

Boliek was a speaker, The Law of Disaster, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference (July 2011), Net Neutrality and International Law, Albany Law School (Apr. 2011), and Net Neutrality and the Boundaries of Regulation, Willamette University School of Law (Sep. 2010).

H. Mitchell Caldwell

Criminal Pretrial Advocacy (Vandeplas forthcoming).

Criminal Mock Trials (Vandeplas forthcoming).

Kafka in the Docket: Coercive Plea Bargaining, The Unrecognized Scourge of the Justice System, 61 Catholic University L. Rev. (2011).

Counting Victims and Multiplying Counts: Business Robbery, Faux Victims, and Draconian Punishment, 46 Idaho L. Rev. 647 (2010) (with Jennifer Allison).

CASE FILES FOR BASIC TRIAL ADVOCACY, Lexis Publications (2010).

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF TRIAL ADVOCACY TEACHER’S MANUAL, Lexis Publications (2010).

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF TRIAL ADVOCACY, Lexis Publications, 2nd Edition (2011).

Donald E. Childress III

Comity as Conflict: Resituating International Comity as Conflict of Laws, 44 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1 (2010).

The Alien Tort Statute, Federalism, and the Next Wave of International Law Litigation, 100 Georgetown L. J. (forthcoming).

When Erie Goes International, 105 Northwestern L. Rev. (forthcoming).

Speaking Engagements:

Redeeming Erie, Respondent to Professor Suzanna Sherry, Pepperdine Law Review Annual Symposium, Pepperdine University School of Law, Malibu, CA, (Apr. 2011).

The Conflict of Norms and Ethics in International Law, Journal of Private International Law Bi?Annual Conference, University of Milan, Milan, Italy (Apr. 2011).

Choice of Law and the Alien Tort Statute, Yale Journal of International Law Young Scholars Conference, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT (Feb. 2011).

Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting, Panelist, West Palm Beach, Fl. (Aug. 2010).

Junior International Law Scholars Annual Meeting, Commentator, UC Hastings School of Law (Feb. 2010).

Duke Law ESQ Business Law Symposium, Panelist, Duke University School of Law (Feb. 2010).

2010 International Congress of Comparative Law, Delegate, Washington, D.C. (July 2010).

Herbert E. Cihak

Forthcoming Speaking Engagements:

Speaker on library leadership at the Chinese and American Forum on Legal Information and Law

Libraries, a pre American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting Conference in Philadelphia (July 2011).

Speaking Engagements:

ABA evaluator on a special assignment for the ABA (Feb. 2011).

ABA Site Evaluation Team for Charlotte School of Law (Oct. 2010).

Robert F. Cochran, Jr.

Legal Ethics and Collaborative Practice Ethics, 38 Hofstra L. Rev. 537 (2010).

Christianity and Law: An Introduction, 25 J. L. & Religion 249 (2010).

Collaborative Practice’s [1] Radical Possibilities For The Legal Profession: ‘[Two Lawyers And Two Clients] For The Situation’, PEPPERDINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION L.J. (forthcoming).

Barak, THE JUDGE IN A DEMOCRACY, BOOKS & CULTURE (book review) (forthcoming).

Forthcoming Speaking Engagements:

“The Christian Responsibility for Social Justice: Theory and Practice,” The Fifth International

Conference on Christian Higher Education and Scholarship, Baekseok University, Korea (June 25, 2011).

Speaking Engagements:

“Church?State Relations in the United States,” United States Commission on International Religious Freedom Conference for Southern Sudan Government, Business, and Religious Leaders, Juba, Sudan (Oct. 7, 2010).

“Domestic Violence, the Bible, and Rwandan Law,” Saddleback Church, Justice Task Force, Kigali, Rwanda (May 26, 2010).

“Property Grabbing, Widows, and Rwandan Law,” Saddleback Church, Justice Task Force, Kigali, Rwanda (May 24?25, 2010).

“Christ, the Law, and the Legal Profession,” Uganda Christian University, Mukono, Uganda (June 1, 2010).

Jack J. Coe, Jr.

Chapter 4, in Restatement of the Law (Third) International Commercial Arbitration (ALI forthcoming).

Bilateral Investment Treaties to which the United States is a Party, in Investment Treaties (Oxford Univ. Press, forthcoming).

Chapters 1 & 5 (First Tentative Draft), in Restatement of the Law (Third) International Commercial Arbitration (ALI 2010).

Client Expectations in Investor?State Cases, TRANSNATIONAL DISPUTE MANAGEMENT (forthcoming).

Essay on Factors Influencing Success of Mediation in Investor?State Disputes,

WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW AND THE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT (UNCTAD), JOINT SYMPOSIUM ON INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION.

Chapters 1 & 5 (First Tentative Draft), in Restatement of the Law (Third) International Commercial Arbitration (ALI 2010).

The Curious Case of Manifest Disregard [of the Law], Kluwer Arbitration Blog, May 17, 2010.

Speaking Engagements:

Juris Conference on Investor?State Arbitration (Apr. 5, 2011).

American Society of International Law Annual Meeting, Panel on the Supreme Court and International Commercial Arbitration (Washington, D.C.) (Mar. 24, 2011).

Panel on Transnational Practice, ICC?Pacific Conference, Hong Kong (Mar. 31, 2011).

Organized and participated in four?day joint ITA/ALI conference on the ICA Restatement and related matters held at Pepperdine (Jan. 2011).

(ITA), Bogota, Columbia (2011).

Panel on the Future of Arbitration at International Law Association (ILA) (Conference West) (Feb. 26, 2011).

Moderated panel on Investor?State Mediation at the IBA Annual Meeting, Vancouver B.C. (Nov. 2010).

Participated in a panel on Arbitrator Ethics organized by the Institute Transnational Arbitration (Nov. 2010).

Organized half?day Investor?State Law and Arbitration Conference as part of FDI Moot Competition held at Pepperdine (Oct. 2010).

Speaker/panelist, “Negotiating and Mediating Employment Disputes,” ABA Section of Dispute

Resolution Conference, San Francisco (2010).

News:

ABA Section International Law, reappointed Liaison to the American Law Institute (2011).

Center for American & International Law, appointed to the Executive Committee of the Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law (2011).

International Bar Association (IBA), appointed Ad Hoc Drafting Committee for Investor –State Mediation Rules (2011).

Richard L. Cupp, Jr.

Forthcoming Speaking Engagements:

Appointed to Planning Committee, Institute of Medicine’s Forum on Neuroscience and the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Science, Technology and Law, Meeting regarding the future of animal research regulation in the United States and Europe, London (July 2011).

Speaking Engagements:

Speaker, Symposium organized by the UCLA Center for Society and Genetics about rapid legal evolution related to animals (Feb. 2011).

Tobacco Litigation as Export, presentation at Pepperdine Law Review symposium, Malibu, California (Apr. 2010).

News:

Justice Breyer cited Professor Cupp’s article, “Rethinking Conscious Design Liability for Prescription Drugs: The Restatement (Third) Standard Versus a Negligence Approach,” in his concurring opinion in Bruesewitz v. Wyeth (Feb. 22, 2011).

Selina Farrell and Nancy McGinnis

Understanding Legal Citation: The Bluebook Made Easy (West forthcoming 2011).

James Allan Gash

The End of an Era: The Supreme Court (Finally) Butts Out of Punitive Damages for Good, 63 Florida L. Rev. 525 (forthcoming).

Christine Chambers Goodman

Examples & Explanations: California Evidence (Wolters Kluwer 2010).

Speaking Engagements:

Western Regional Conference of the National Black Law Students’ Association in Las Vegas, “Success after Law School” (Jan. 22, 2011).

Naomi Harlin Goodno

Cyber?Age School Bullies: Model School Cyberbullying Policies that Meet Educational Goals and First Amendment Requirements (forthcoming).

Global Criminal Prosecutions: Should Criminal Laws Follow U.S. Citizens Overseas?(forthcoming).

California “Three Strikes” Law Alleviates Crime, in Mandatory Minimum Sentencing (2010).

Speaking Engagements:

Presentation, “Global Criminal Prosecutions of U.S. Citizens,” SoCal Junior Faculty Workshop (May 2011).

Presentation, “Crimes Committed Abroad: How Criminal Laws, but not Constitutional Protections, Follow U.S. Citizens Abroad,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (July 2011).

Poster presentation, “Evidentiary Privileges in Child Abuse Cases,” Annual Conference on Christian Legal Thought, American Association of Law Schools (Jan. 2010).

Poster presentation, “The War Against Human Trafficking: How to Prevent, Protect, Prosecute, and Provide,” American Association of Law Schools (Jan. 2010).

Colleen P. Graffy

Is the Atlantic Getting Wider? The Relationship between the EU, its Member States and the United States, Institute of Contemporary European Studies (forthcoming).

The War Against Iraq Was the Right Decision and It Was Legal, Conservative Home, Jan. 30, 2010.

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, So There’s Every Reason Why David Cameron Should Have an Official Photographer, Conservative Home, Nov. 5, 2010.

Speaking Engagements:

In Conversation with: Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Pepperdine University School of Law (Feb. 9, 2011).

Speaker, Public Diplomacy Roundtable, “The Obama Administration and America’s Image Abroad,” Pepperdine University School of Pubic Policy (Mar. 17, 2011).

Speaker, “What is America Doing to Improve its Image Abroad?,” Westlake Village Republican Women, Federated (Jan. 27, 2011).

Moderator, Panel Discussion, International Religious Freedom and the US Congress, Pepperdine

University School of Law Nootbaar Institute (Feb. 25, 2011).

Podcast with U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf, International Religious Freedom and the U.S. Congress, Pepperdine University School of Law Nootbaar Institute (Feb. 25, 2011).

Media Event, The Frontline Club, International Journalists Forum, with Wikileaks Spokesman, Journalist Tom Fenton, former Ambassador to Iran, Richard Dalton (Dec. 1, 2010).

Radio Interview, BBC Radio Four, The World Tonight (Dec. 6, 2010).

Television Interview, BBC Newsnight TV, Jeremy Paxman, Presenter; Jonathan Freedland, Journalist (Nov. 9, 2010).

Television Interview, BBC Newsnight, Emily Maitlis, Presenter; Rory Stewart, MP; Mark Stephens, Lawyer for Julian Assange, Wikileaks (Dec. 6, 2010).

Television Interview, BBC Newsnight TV, Jeremy Paxman, Presenter; Sir Sherard Cowper Coles, former Ambassador to Iraq; Mark Stephens, Lawyer for Julian Assange, Wikileaks (Nov. 29, 2010).

Speaker, “Is the Atlantic Getting Wider? The Relationship between the EU, its Member States and the United States,” Conference at Regent’s College, Institute of Contemporary European Studies (Nov. 9, 2010).

Panelist, “Is the Atlantic Getting Wider? The Relationship between the EU, its Member States and the United States,” Conference at Regent’s College, Institute of Contemporary European Studies (Nov. 9, 2010).

Radio Interview, BBC World Service Radio: “The World Today,” Two?hour live radio on current event topics (Mar. 21, 2010).

Panelist with Nancy Soderberg, Former US Deputy National Security Advisor, Women and United States Foreign Policy Conference, Institute for the Studies of the Americas, University of London (May 21, 2010).

Speaker, Women and United States Foreign Policy Conference, Institute for the Studies of the Americas, University of London (May 21, 2010).

Television Interview on Al Jazeera TV, Frost Over the World with Sir David Frost, with Congressman and former Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich (Jan. 21, 2010).

Pacific Council Teleconference Program Series, Conference Call Exchange with Philip Seib, Director, USC Center on Public Diplomacy (Apr. 22, 2010).

Michael A. Helfand

Fighting for the Debtor’s Soul: Regulating Religious Commercial Conduct, 19 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (forthcoming).

Religious Arbitration and the New Multiculturalism: Negotiating Conflicting Legal Orders, 86 New York University L. Rev. (forthcoming).

Bernard James

SROs, Safe Schools, and the Interagency Agreement, NASRO J. School Safety, Spring 2010.

Douglas W. Kmiec

The Constitution as a Reflection of Human Nature, in What Should Constitutions Do?

(Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr., & Jeffrey Paul eds., forthcoming).

What Does Neutrality Mean?, TIMES OF MALTA, Jan. 3, 2010.

Qualities of a Judicial Appointment, TIMES OF MALTA, Apr. 23, 2010.

Unlike Paul, Obama Has Yet to Shipwreck in Malta??Maybe He Should, THE MALTA INDEPENDENT, Feb. 10, 2010.

My Father’s Dreams, AMERICA, June 21, 2010.

Healthcare As a Human Right, TIMES OF MALTA, Mar. 26, 2010.

My Three Fathers, CATHOLIC ONLINE, June 20, 2010.

Haiti’s Need is Staggering in Euros, Even Greater in Persons, THE MALTA INDEPENDENT, Mar. 31, 2010.

What Malta Could Teach Obama, TIMES OF MALTA, Feb. 28, 2010.

Speaking Engagements:

Campus FM Interview (Mar. 13 2010).

Radio Malta Interview (Mar. 6 2010).

Meeting with Defense Secretary Gates, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and National Security Advisor Jim Jones to assess Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Middle East negotiations (Jan. 2010).

Alan C. Bonnici, Stars and Stripes Malta, interviews Ambassador Kmiec (June 10, 2010).

Speaker, International Meeting in Support of Israeli?Palestinian Peace (Feb. 2010).

Kristine S. Knaplund

Synthetic Cells, Synthetic Life, and Inheritance, Valparaiso L. Rev. (forthcoming).

Speaking Engagements:

Program Chair and Moderator, “Born To Be Wild: Assisted Reproduction and Estate Planning,” ABA Section on Real Property, Trusts and Estates Spring Symposia (April 2011).

Speaker, “Synthetic Cells, Synthetic Life, and Inheritance,” Valparaiso Law School Symposium on Bioethics, Law and Synthetic Biology, sponsored by the Valparaiso Law Review (Mar. 2011).

News:

Serves as co-chair of the ABA Committee on Bioethics, and as a member of the ABA Continuing Legal Education committee in the Sections for Real Property, Probate and Trust Law. Knaplund recently joined the board of directors of the California Supreme Court Historical Society.

Edward J. Larson

An Empire of Ice: Scott, Shackleton, and the Heroic Age of Antarctic Science (Yale University Press 2011).

Public Science for a Global Empire: The British Quest for the South Magnetic Pole, 102 ISIS 1 (2011).

Segregation’s Science, ISIS (forthcoming).

Church, States, and Original Intent, AM. HISTORICAL REV. (forthcoming).

The Deadlocked Election of 1800, PRESIDENTIAL STUD. Q. (forthcoming).

Forthcoming Speaking Engagements:

Speaker, British Council Conference on Science, Culture and Modernity, American Univ. of Sharjah, UAE (June 23, 2011).

Speaking Engagements:

Speaker, Tennessee Bar Association Annual Meeting, Chattanooga, TN (June 16, 2011).

Panelist, Christian Scholar’s Conference, Pepperdine University (June 17, 2011).

Lecture, Explorer’s Club, New York City (May 23, 2011).

Lecture, Loma Linda University (May 21, 2011).

Speaker, Claremont McKenna College workshop (May 20, 2011).

Speaker, Whittier Law Review Symposium (Apr. 8, 2011).

Respondent, Pepperdine Law Review Symposium (Apr. 1, 2011).

Lecture, Thai Counsel, Los Angeles, CA (Jan. 8, 2011).

Panel Discussion, UCLA School of Law (Oct. 11, 2010).

Public Lecture and law faculty speaker, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MI (Oct. 28?29, 2010).

Lecture, FREE Religious Leaders Conference, Big Sky, MT (Sept. 16, 2010).

Lecture, Faraday Institute, Cambridge University (Sept. 3, 2010).

Lecture, FREE Federal Judges Conference, Bozeman, MT (July 20, 2010).

Barry P. McDonald

The Original Meaning of the Speech Clause (forthcoming).

The Emerging Oversimplification of the Government Speech Doctrine: From Substantive Content to a “Jurisprudence of Labels,” 2010 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 2071 (2010).

Selective Minimalism, CAL. LAW., Sep. 2010.

Putting Congress Between a Rock and a Hard Place, LOS ANGELES DAILY JOURNAL, May 2010.

Gregory S. McNeal

Part I: Ten Questions: Responses to Ten Questions, 36 William Mitchell L. Rev. 5113 (2010).

A Cup of Coffee After the Waterboard: Seemingly Voluntary Post?Abuse Statements, 59 DePaul L. Rev. 943 (2010).

International Law and United States Policy Issues Arising from the United States’ Conflict with Al Qaeda, 32 University of Arkansas Little Rock L. REV. 505 (2010) (symposium).

McNeal testified before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade, in September 2010.

Anthony Miller

Family Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems (Lexis, 3d ed. forthcoming) (with Peter M. Swisher and Jana B. Singer).

Miller shared expertise in the documentary “Divorce: Circa 1960s,” which appears on the DVD of the fourth season of the television program Mad Men.

Grant Nelson

Grant S. Nelson et al., EQUITABLE REMEDIES, RESTITUTION, AND DAMAGES, CASES AND MATERIALS (West, 8th ed. 2011).

Confronting the Mortgage Meltdown: A Brief for the Federalization of State Mortgage Foreclosure Law, 37 PEPP. L. REV. 583 (2010).

Speaking Engagements:

Moderated the Presentation of Winning Scholarly Papers at 2011 AALS Meeting (Jan. 2011).

Speaker, “The Mortgage Meltdown: Where Do We Go From Here?,” Western New England College of Law (Mar. 7, 2011).

Moderated Federalist Society Tenure Track Faculty Scholars Presentation at AALS Meeting (Jan. 2011).

Member of 2010-2011 AALS Scholarly Papers Competition Selection Committee (2010-11).

Speaker, “Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis: Does State Pro?Debtor Foreclosure Law Worsen the Bill for Federal Taxpayers?,” University of Pennsylvania School of Law, Student Federalist Society Chapter (Feb. 8, 2010).

Contemporary Property (West, 4th ed.) (forthcoming with Shelley Ross Saxer, Dale A. Whitman, and Colleen Medill)

L. Timothy Perrin

L. Timothy Perrin, H. Mitchell Caldwell, and Carol A. Chase. The Art and Science of Trial Advocacy (Lexis, 2d ed., 2011).

Richard Peterson

The Persistence of Low Expectations in Special Education Law Viewed Through the Lens of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, 33, Int. J.L. and Psychiatry 375 (2010).

Examining Context in the Conflict over Same?Sex Marriage and Education: The Relevance of Substance, Process and the People Involved, BYU EDUCATION & LAW JOURNAL (forthcoming).

Forthcoming Speaking Engagements:

Speaker, “Caught in the Cross?Fire —The Psychological and Emotional Impact of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) upon Teachers of Children with Disabilities: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Analysis,” Germany (July 2011).

Speaking Engagements:

Workshop, “Promoting High Expectations In Special Education For Children With Disabilities: Six Steps To Connecting The Dots,” California State PTA Annual Convention – Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, California (Apr. 2011).

Speaker, “Promoting High Expectations In Special Education For Children With Disabilities: A

Framework For Parent Advocacy,” CHADD/U.C. Irvine Child Development Center Guest Speaker (Mar. 2011).

Panel Participant, “Becoming A Law Professor: Pathways Into Academia” (Clinical Law Perspective), J. Reuben Clark Law Society – National Conference, Southern Methodist University (Feb. 2011).

Robert J. Pushaw Jr.

Limiting Article III Standing to “Accidental” Plaintiffs: Lessons from Environmental and Animal Cases, 45 Georgia L. Rev. 1 (2010).

Peter Robinson

An Empirical Study of Settlement Conference Nuts and Bolts: Settlement Judges

Facilitating Communication, Compromise, and Fear, Harvard Negotiation L. REV. (forthcoming).

Opening Pandora’s Box: An Empirical Exploration of Judicial Settlement Ethics and Techniques 27 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. (2012).

Speaking Engagements:

A six-day Mediating the Litigated Case program in partnership with the Calgary University School of Law in Calgary Canada (May 2011).

Advanced Mediation Skills for the San Diego Association of Realtors Mediation Program (Mar. 2011).

A workshop on the Use and Misuse of Apology in Mediation and a second workshop on the Use and Misuse of Forgiveness in Mediation at the Annual Conference for California’s Family Court Mediators sponsored by the Administrative Office of the Courts (Apr. 2011).

A half-day workshop on Negotiation Skills for the Maryland State’s Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (Apr. 2011).

Served as one of four planners and facilitate a panel discussion at a conference on Teaching ADR in Law Schools at Pepperdine University (June 2011).

A five-day workshop on How to Teach a Law School Mediation Class for Chinese Professors, hosted by the Beijing Arbitration Commission and funded by a grant by the US?China Legal Cooperation Fund (Jan. 2011).

The keynote address on the Use and Misuse of Apology in Mediation at the California Dispute

Resolution Council’s annual conference (Sept. 2010).

A luncheon address on the Convergence of Policies that Combine to Undermine the Public’s Mediation Experience for the Solano County Bar Association and Court Annexed Mediation Program (Oct. 2010).

A six-day Mediating the Litigated Case program in Partnership with the Kuala Lampur Regional Dispute Resolution Agency in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia (Sept. 2010).

A three-day program on the STAR Approach to Mediation in partnership with the Vermont Law School in Woodstock, Vermont (Oct. 2010).

An Intensive Academic Course on Apology, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation for Lipscomb University (Dec. 2010).

Shelley Ross Saxer

Environmental Sustainability: Law & Policy (Aspen forthcoming) (with Craig “Tony” Arnold, Hari Osofsky, and Dan Tarlock).

Contemporary Property (West, 4th ed.) (forthcoming with Grant S. Nelson, Dale A. Whitman, and Colleen Medill).

Plenty of Fish in the Sea? Managing Water Rights Using Fishing Rights as a Model, Marquette L. Rev. (forthcoming).

Speaking Engagements:

Panelist, Association for Law, Property, and Society Annual Conference, Georgetown School of Law (Mar. 2011).

Panelist, “Changing Conceptions of Water in the Law,” Sections on Agricultural Law and Property Law Joint Program, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 2011).

Moderator, “RLUIPA a Trap for the Unwary”; Panel, Local Agencies On the Cutting Edge Conference, UCLA School of Law (Feb. 2011).

Panelist, “Mosque at Ground Zero,” Nootbaar Institute for Law & Religion, Pepperdine University School of Law (Sep. 10, 2010).

Mark S. Scarberry

Speaking Engagements:

Speaker, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly Symposium (2010).

Speaker, J. Reuben Clark Law Society Conference (2010).

Laurie Serafino

No Walk in the Dog Park: Drafting Animal Cruelty Statutes to Resolve Double Jeopardy Concerns and Eliminate Unfettered Prosecutorial Discretion, 78 Tenn. L. Rev. (forthcoming summer 2011).

Life Cycles of Revolutionary Upheavals through Bob Dylan’s Eyes, Fordham Urb. L. J. (fall 2011).

Speaking Engagements:

Speaker, “Bob Dylan and the Law” Conference at Fordham Law School (Apr. 3?4, 2011).

Thomas J. Stipanowich

The Third Arbitration Trilogy, in Columbia American Review of International Arbitration (forthcoming 2011).

Revelation and Reaction: The Struggle to Shape American Arbitration, in Yearbook of Arbitration and Mediation (Juris Publishing 2011).

The Lincoln Way: The Evolution of a Master of Conflict (forthcoming).

Rebels on the Lot (forthcoming).

The College of Commercial Arbitrators Protocols on Expeditious, Cost-Effective Commercial Arbitration: Key Action Steps for Business Users, Counsel, Arbitrators and Arbitration Provider Institutions (Thomas J. Stipanowich, Editor-in-Chief, et al, eds.) (Practical Achievement Award, 2011, International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution; Practical Achievement Award, 2011, ABA Section on Dispute Resolution).

Resolving Disputes: Theory and Practice for Lawyers (with Jay Folberg, Dwight Golann, Lisa Kloppenberg) (Aspen Publishers 2d ed. 2010).

Revelation and Reaction: The Struggle to Shape American Arbitration, in Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers 2010 (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2010).

Expanded Review of Awards: Hall Street and Cable Connection, in 2010 Annual Report of the Section of Public Utility, Communications, and Transportation Law (2010).

Behind the Neutral, in AAA Arbitration Handbook (Juris Publishing 2010).

Arbitration: The “New Litigation,” 2010 U. Ill. L.Rev. 1 (Jan. 2010)(named “Best Professional Article, 2009” by the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution)(lead article) .

Lincoln’s Lessons for Lawyers, DISPUTE RESOLUTION MAG., Winter 2010, at 18.

Is Arbitration the ‘New Litigation’? The Choice is Yours, L.A. DAILY J., Jun. 23, 2010.

American Justice at a Crossroads: Remarks of Thomas J. Stipanowich, 11 PEPPERDINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION L.J. 169 (2010).

Maureen Arellano Weston

NCAA Sanctions: Assigning Blame Where it Belongs, 52 Boston College L. Rev. 551 (2011).

A Reflection on American Justice at a Crossroads: A Public and Private Crisis, 11 Pepperdine Dispute Resolution L.J. 175 (2010).

Speaking Engagements:

Arbitrating Disputes in International and Olympic Sports, Plenary Session, and Arbitration Update 2011, ABA Section on Dispute Resolution Annual Conference (Apr. 2011).

The Future of Sports Agents: Developments and Proposed Changes, University of Texas Review on Entertainment and Sports Law, Austin, TX (Mar. 2011).

Arbitration Update, ABA, Section on Dispute Resolution, San Francisco, CA (2010).

ABA, Section on Dispute Resolution, Representation in Mediation, Regional Competition (2010).

ABA, Law School Division, National Subcommittee, Arbitration Competition (2010).

The Unintended Impact of NCAA Sanctions, Symposium on Legal Perspectives on the NCAA, Boston College of Law (Oct. 2010).

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