What Makes Us Whole #ADRRN18

On Monday 3 December, around 25 excited dispute resolution scholars will gather on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland for the 7th Annual Roundtable of the Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network.

This is a meeting that provides respite for many of us. It is an academic experience designed to support dispute resolution research and researchers and to provide high quality, critical feedback on the papers presented there. It is so rare to find a scholarly forum where the emphasis is on feedback and where research development is central.  You can see details of our previous meetings here.

In 2018 we are being hosted by Dr Susan Douglas of the University of the Sunshine Coast. Dr Lola Akin Ojelabi is the co-organiser of the roundtable. We are excited to welcome a number of international ADR scholars again, showing how attractive our forum is to dispute resolution scholars internationally. It is also wonderful to see so many PhD and research students presenting. We take the responsibility of providing a rigorous academic apprenticeship seriously.

Papers in the 2018 program include:

  • Laurence Boulle and Rachael Field: Rethinking Mediation’s Fundamental Value of Self-Determination
  • Kate Seear and Becky Batagol: The need for a new ethical rule for lawyers in family violence intervention order matters
  • Kathy Douglas, Christina Platz and Tina Popa: Teaching Advocacy and Mediation in a Blended Learning Design: Scaffolding Learning Through Video Annotation/Discussion
  • Jackie Weinberg: The common missions of ADR and clinical legal education provide a solid foundation for teaching ADR in clinic
  • Lola Akin Ojelabi: Legislation-based DR Processes and Access to Justice
  • Alex Crampton: Mandatory Family Court Mediation as Variably Empowering and Coercive: Ethnographic Exploration of a U.S. Family Court Mediation Program
  • Claire Holland and Tina Hoyer: A case for coaching: Influencing cultural change in the ATO
  • Cris Vianna Veras: Teaching mediation in Brazil and Australia: can we improve access to Justice?
  • Re-Accreditation of Mediators and further issues of regulation: Janet Barnes with Kathy Douglas and Alysoun Boyle from ADRAC
  • Mary Riley: Is there a place for restorative justice in civil mediation?
  • Danielle Hutchinson and Emma-May Litchfield: Mixed Modes (Hybrid) Processes Research
  • Pauline Roach: The importance of the Intake Interview in a workplace dispute
  • Joanne Burnett: Lessons from the Literature: Developing A Framework for Practice in A Social Work Study of Family Violence in Family Law Mediation
  • Alysoun Boyle: Sample Populations in Empirical Studies of Mediation: Ramifications for What We Know About Mediation, and About Who Uses It
  • John Woodward: Mediation in chains: The problem with the thinning vision of self-determination in court-connected facilitative mediation
  • Sabrina Korva and Drossos Stamboulakis: Online courts: A possibility for consumers in Australia?

Stay tuned to the blog as we post workshop papers in December and January. Follow the hashtag #ADRRN18 for frequent updates on Monday and Tuesday.

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About Associate Professor Becky Batagol

Dr Becky Batagol is an Associate Professor of law at the Faculty of Law, Monash University and at Monash Sustainable Development Institute. She is a researcher and teacher with a focus on family law, family violence, non-adversarial justice, dispute resolution, gender, child protection and constitutional law. Becky is the co-author of Non-Adversarial Justice (2nd ed, 2014), Bargaining in the Shadow of the Law? The Case of Family Mediation (2011) and the author of many academic articles. Becky is the chief-editor of the ADR Research Network blog and tweets regularly under the handle @BeckyBatagol. Becky is the Chief Editor of the Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network blog. In 2017 Becky was the President of the Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network.

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