Achievements of the American Bar Association (ABA) Dispute Resolution with Ana Sambold, Esq (Vid /Podcast)

 

 

 

I was privileged to engage in a stimulating and thought-provoking conversation with Ana Sambold, Esq, the Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution for the 2023-2024 Bar Year on Expert Views on ADR (EVA) Vid / Podcast show. Ana Sambold is a California attorney, mediator, and arbitrator and one of the leading figures in the field of dispute resolution in the world. With over a decade of experience, she has served as a neutral in over 1,000 cases across a broad spectrum of civil litigation matters.

She is also a Negotiation Professor at the University of San Diego School of Law and has taught extensively in conflict resolution, negotiation, and ADR globally. She is fully bilingual (English/Spanish) enabling her to effectively mediate and teach in both languages. Ana has also served as the Chair of the San Diego County Bar Association ADR Section, Co-Chair of the California Lawyers Association ADR Committee, and President of the San Diego Law Library Foundation, among other leadership roles.

She wears many hats, so I have left the links to her profile below:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ana-sambo…

sambold@sambold-law.com

In this series, Ana provided a comprehensive overview of what led to the establishment of the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution. She then delved into the Section’s role and functions, highlighting how it serves the broader community.

Additionally, Ana touched on the Section’s efforts to promote diversity and inclusivity and the benefits they have yielded. One notable effort is the approval of Resolution 105 in 2018 by the ABA House of Delegates, which aimed to increase diversity in dispute resolution. We also examined some of the Section’s significant achievements within the larger context of the organisation. These achievements include Resolution 500, which strongly urges increased use of Early Dispute Resolution (EDR), while Resolution 703 approved the Uniform Collaborative Law Rules and Uniform Collaborative Law Act (UCLA) and Resolution 501, which underscores the principle of Civility as the cornerstone of democracy and the rule of law.

Ana went on to provide a detailed outline of the new programmes available at the upcoming 2024 Dispute Resolution Spring Conference, which will be held from April 10th to 13th in San Diego, California. Finally, Ana elaborated on the perks of being an American Bar Association (ABA) Dispute Resolution Section member.

 

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ADR and Collaborative Law- A Canadian Perspective with Dr Anita Dorczak (Video/ Podcast)

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I had the honour and privilege of interviewing Dr Anita Dorczak on Expert Views on ADR (EVA) Vid /podcast Show. She is a Canadian lawyer, mediator and trainer with over thirty (30) years of experience in conflict resolution. Dr Anita is a past president (and lifetime member) of the International Listening Association, a Certified Listening Professional, the current co-chair of Collaborative Law, American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution and a member of the Canadian Bar Association (CBA). She is also a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) and the Global Collaborative Law Council (GCLC).

Dr Anita wears many hats, so I have left the link to her profile below: https://collaborativepractice.ca/memb…

We analysed the following questions:

1. What is Collaborative Law (CL) and its impact in Canada?

2. Is there any history associated with CL in Canada?

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. What are the advantages and challenges associated with CL?

5. Is there any difference between Collaborative Law and Collaborative Law Practice?

6. What models can be used in Collaborative law?

7. Can it be used to settle all kinds of disputes or Conflicts?

8. Can CL be utilised in all Cities / States in Canada?

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 via Podcasts, particularly in ADR or, in this case, Collaborative Law?

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