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Michael Moffitt: Selected Public Presentations

ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, Legal Educators Colloquium: Revisiting Core Concepts, April 2010, San Francisco, CA.

ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, Legal Educators Colloquium: Mediation Shop Talk, April 2009, New York, NY.

Harvard Law School Dispute System Design Symposium: Dispute Systems Design in Times of Crisis, moderator, March 2008, Cambridge, MA.

Harvard Law School, Program on Negotiation Dispute Resolution Forum, The Four Ways to Assure Mediator Quality (and why none of them work), February 2008, Cambridge, MA.

Marquette University Law School, Faculty Colloquium, Customized Litigation, March 2007, Milwaukee, WI.

University of Nevada Las Vegas, Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution, Customized Litigation: The Case for Making Civil Procedure Negotiable, February 2007, Las Vegas, NV.

Harvard Law School, Perspectives on Dispute Resolution: A Conference Honoring Frank E. A. Sander, April 2006, Cambridge, MA.

University of Oregon School of Law, Annual ADR Conference, Mediation Ethics: Getting Paid, Being Sued, and Keeping Quiet, February 2006, Eugene, OR.

Tennessee Supreme Court ADR Commission, Advanced Mediation Workshop, Emerging Issues for the Modern Mediator, November 2005, Nashville, TN.

Lane County (OR) Bar Association Section on Dispute Resolution, Mediator Liability,September 2005, Eugene, OR.

American Association of Law Libraries, Annual Conference, Difficult Conversations, July 2005, San Antonio, TX.

Law School Admissions Council, Annual Meeting, Difficult Conversations, June 2005, Indian Wells, CA.

International Academy of Mediators, Annual Conference, Mediator Authenticity, Transparency and Deception, May 2005, Montreal, PQ, Canada.

American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution, Legal Educators Colloquium: What Can Other Disciplines Teach Us? April 2005, Los Angeles, CA.

Yale-Quinnipiac Dispute Resolution Speaker Series, What We Think and What We Say: An Exploration of Mediator Transparency, April 2005, Hamden, CT.

American Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting, Experiments in Alternative Assessment,January 2005, San Francisco, CA.

Law and Society Association Conference, Canon of Negotiation Initiative: What Did We Get?,May 2004, Chicago, IL.

American College of Civil Trial Mediators and International Academy of Mediators Annual Meeting, Mediator Accountability: Ethical and Legal Standards, April 2004, New Orleans, LA.

American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution, Legal Educators Colloquium, Grading in Skills-Based Classes, April 2004, New York City.

Wisconsin Association of Mediators, Informed Practice: What Every Mediator Needs to Know,November 2003, Madison, WI.

American Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting, Ethics and Mediation, January 2003, Washington, D.C.

Oregon State Bar Section on Dispute Resolution, Emotions and Negotiation, November 2002, Portland, OR.

Oregon Mediation Association Annual Meeting, How to Get Sued (Or Not), November 2002, Portland, OR.

The Northern Kentucky University Labor-Management Conference, Transparency in Mediation and Negotiation: The Pros and Cons of Speaking Your Mind, May 2000, Newport, KY.

The Michigan Conference on Dispute Resolution, Difficult Conversations: Practical Strategies for Handling Conversations We Dread, November 1999, Ypsilanti, MI.

The Boston Bar Association Section on Litigation, International Mediation, September 1999, Boston, MA.

The CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution, Transparency in Mediation, June 1999, Santa Fe, NM.

The American Bar Association, Section on Dispute Resolution, Cognitive Barriers to Dispute Resolution, April 1999, Boston, MA.

The Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution Annual Conference, Panel: Ethics in Mediation, October 1998, Portland, OR.


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