I had the honour and privilege of interviewing Professor Kristen M. Blankley on Expert Views on ADR (EVA) Vid / Podcast Show. She is the President of the Global Collaborative Law Council, Inc. (GCLC). She is a Professor of Law at the University of Nebraska and an adjunct/Affiliated Professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
Professor Blankley researches in the areas of alternative dispute resolution, legal ethics, and the intersection of ethics and dispute resolution. She teaches Alternative Dispute Resolution, Advocacy in Mediation, Family Mediation, Arbitration, Facilitation, and Legal Professions. She also coaches students in mediation competitions. She is involved in ADR policy within Nebraska as well as nationwide initiatives.
Prof Kristen was appointed a member of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution Council in 2016 and chairs the Section on Ethics. She has been involved in developing ethics policies and standards in the areas of mediation & restorative justice.
She wears many hats, so I have left the links to her profile below: https://law.unl.edu/kristen-blankley/ https://mitchellhamline.edu/biographies/person/kristen-blankley/
In this episode, we discussed the following questions:
1. What is Collaborative Law and its impact in the US?
2. Is there any history associated with or behind Collaborative Law in the US?
3. Is there any measurable difference or impact on the #cost and #time Frame for settling disputes under Collaborative Law Compared to litigation and Mediation?
4. Any Similarities or Differences between Mediation and Collaborative Law?
5. What #models can be used in Collaborative law?
6. Can it be used to settle all kinds of disputes or Conflicts?
7. Can Collaborative Law be utilised in all Cities / States in Nebraska?
8. Is there a difference between Collaborative Law and Collaborative Law Practice?
9. What is your advice for potential users and people pursuing a #career in Collaborative Law?
10. What is the future of International legal research through podcasts, particularly in ADR or, in this case, Collaborative Law?
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