The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (CJCR) is the country’s preeminent legal journal of arbitration, negotiation, mediation, settlement, and restorative justice. We are one of the most heavily-cited legal publications in the broad field of “Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution,” ranked as eighth in the United States in 2012. The journal is affiliated with Cardozo Law School’s Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution, which is itself ranked as one of the top ten dispute resolution programs in the country. Edited by third-year law students and staffed by second-year law students, the journal publishes on issues at the cutting edge of legal and academic thought. We publish three issues annually: Fall, Winter and Spring.
In addition, the journal hosts an annual Symposium on an important and timely topic in dispute resolution. Our symposia bring together top national and international scholars, practitioners, and policymakers. We also host other events throughout the year, offering Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for attendance.
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Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution and Moritz College of Law hosted the Sixth Works in Progress Conference on November 9th and 10th, 2012.
The Negotiation Journal is a multidisciplinary international journal devoted to the publication of works that advance the theory, analysis, practice, and instruction of negotiation and dispute resolution.
The journal is committed to the development of better strategies for resolving differences through the give-and-take process of negotiation. Negotiation Journal’s eclectic, multidisciplinary approach reinforces its reputation as an invaluable international resource for anyone interested in the practice, analysis, and teaching of negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution including:
We believe that, at its best, the law promotes healing. It is an instrument for reconciliation between aggrieved parties and it facilitates peace. Through scholarship and symposia, the Journal serves our profession in this way: it advances the dialogue on making reconciliation a reality through the law. Our mission is to facilitate intellectual discourse on the rapidly evolving field of alternative dispute resolution. We are committed to publishing the varying perspectives of practitioners, academics, and students—and we welcome you to join us in this meaningful dialogue.
The Rutgers Conflict Resolution Law Journal is a student-initiated, student-run organization at Rutgers School of Law – Newark. The “RCRLJ” is an interdisciplinary, academic Journal published twice per year exclusively online. The Journal was created to fulfill an academic void in conjunction with the certificate program in Conflict Management offered by the Law School.
The RCRLJ is dedicated to the exploration of all forms of alternative dispute resolution, including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, consensus building and mini-trials. The journal features articles relevant to lawyers, practitioners of ADR and scholars from diverse disciplines who are concerned with alternate forms of resolving conflict.