Achieving Diversity in the Legal Profession: Lessons from Dispute Systems Design (moderator), Harvard Negotiation Law Review Symposium (Nov. 10, 2017).
Challenging and Improving ADR Norms, Harvard Mediation Program and Harvard Negotiators, Cambridge, MA (Nov. 7, 2017).
Negotiation for Lawyers: A Bird’s Eye View of Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, Harvard Bicentennial, Cambridge, MA (Oct. 27, 2018).
The New ABA Standards: What Clinics Should Know, ABA Clinical Section (teleconference) (Aug. 28, 2017).
What I’m Reading, 5; and The ABA Standards and Dispute Resolution Courses: Quintessentially Experiential, Annual Meeting, ABA Dispute Resolution Section, San Francisco, CA (Apr. 19-22, 2017).
Symposium: “It’s Complicated: A Student Forum on How Universities Help and Hinder Activism,” Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, Eugene, OR (panelist) (Feb. 8, 2017).
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Judicial Reform in Ghana and Beyond (discussion with Georgina Wood, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Ghana), U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene, OR (Nov. 1, 2016).
Conflict Resolution, UO Professional Development, Eugene, OR (Oct. 28, 2016, and Dec. 9, 2016).
Foundations of Negotiation, UO Portland Program, Portland, OR (Oct. 21, 2016).
Telling the Spotted Owl Story, Works-in-Progress Conference for the Association of American Law Schools Dispute Resolution Section, Marquette Law School, Milwaukee, WI (Sep. 24, 2016).
Negotiation, UO Academic Extension, Eugene, OR (Sep. 16, 2016).
Thoughts on Erskine’s ‘The Moral Obligation To Be Intelligent, Great Books Project for the Opportunity Village of Eugene, Eugene, OR (Aug. 9, 2016).
Advanced Email Topics, UO Research Compliance Services, Eugene, OR (June 23, 2016).
Harvard Negotiation Institute, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA (served as senior working group leader) (June 4-10, 2016).
Conflict and Email, UO Department Heads Workshop Series, Eugene, OR (Apr. 27, 2016).
Conflict Resolution: Are We Making Things Better or Worse?, OA Strategic Leadership Conference, Eugene, OR (Apr. 18, 2016).
What I’m Reading, 4; and Reevaluating the Role of Autonomy in ADR, Annual Meeting, ABA Dispute Resolution Section (Apr. 7-9, 2016).
Activism Plus, University of St. Thomas Law Review Symposium (Nov. 13, 2015).
What I’m Reading, 3; and Mediation: The New Social Engineering?, Annual Meeting, ABA Dispute Resolution Section, Seattle, WA (Apr. 15-17, 2015).
People’s Law School, v. 2.0. Works-in-Progress Conference for the Association of American Law Schools Dispute Resolution Section, Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, CA (Nov. 7, 2014).
Leveraging Legal Education for Non-Lawyers, Annual SALT Teaching Conference, University of Nevada Law School, Las Vegas, NV (Oct. 10-11, 2014).
The History of ADR, Great Books Project at the Opportunity Village of Eugene, Eugene, OR (Aug. 13, 2014).
Ethics in Negotiation, Negotiation MOOC on “Navigating Professional and Personal Interactions” (July 29, 2014).
Harvard Negotiation Institute, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA (served as senior working group leader) (May 31-June 6, 2014).
What I’m Reading, 2; Representation and ADR: Ethical Issues Created by Non-Lawyer and Lawyer Representation in Mediation and Arbitration; and Using Emerging Technologies in Simulation-Based Courses, Annual Meeting, ABA Dispute Resolution Section, Miami, FL (Apr. 4-5, 2014).
ADR in the Workplace, NWEEO, Portland, OR (Feb. 25, 2014).
Canon of Negotiation Workshop, Milwaukee, WI (Dec. 5-8, 2013).
Marketing Mediation, Lane County Bar ADR Committee, Eugene, OR (Nov. 20, 2013).
Luck Distortions in Civil Consent Regimes: The Garage Door Mediation (University of Nevada at Las Vegas) (2013).
ADR and Compromise (2013 Law & Society International Annual Meeting).
Judicial Reviews: What Judges Write when They Write About Mediation (2013 Penn State Yearbook on Arbitration & Mediation Annual Symposium on Arbitral Awards and Mediated Agreements, Carlisle, PA).
Exhibition Review: State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda (2012 Sixth Annual AALS Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Conference, The Ohio State Moritz College of Law, Columbus, OH).
The ADR Brand (2012 Law & Society International Annual Meeting).
Miller’s Courts: Media, Rules, Policy, and the Future of Access to Justice (Organizer and Emcee, 2012 Oregon Law Review Annual Symposium, Eugene and Portland, OR).
Games, Dystopia, and ADR (Willamette Law School, Salem, OR) (2012).
Negotiating with the Past: Commitments as Embedded Interests (2011 New Directions in ADR Roundtable, Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, MO).
Multiparty When? (2011 Fifth Annual AALS Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Conference, Omaha, NE).
Managing Conflict in the Workplace (Professional Women’s Forum, Eugene, OR) (2011).
Fixing Gasperini (2010 Fourth Annual AALS Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Conference, Eugene, OR).
Mediators as Change Agents (2010 Oregon State Bar ADR Section Meeting, Portland, OR).
Supreme Court Wrapup (2009 ACS Event at the University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR).
What Does (or Should) an Ombudsman Do? Reflecting on the Ombudsman Role in Environmental Dispute Resolution and Beyond (2009 Fireside Chat Series, ENR Center at Oregon Law).