The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution published Volume 24:1 which includes articles by:
- Yael Efron and Mohammed S. Wattad exploring the conflict surrounding the legal status of Arabic in Israel;
- Joseph Crupi discussing the potential for inclusiveness in the legislative negotiation process;
- Daniel Castelo Branco Ramos analyzing the Brazilian legal frameworks of environmental dispute resolution (“EDR”);
- Ava J. Abromowitz suggesting that we should look to other fields, such as sales, to make more progress in understanding mediator effectiveness.
This latest volume also includes student notes by Elad Michael ‘22, MyeongHwan Cha ‘23, Joshua Becker ‘23, and Stephanie Leavitt ‘23. The complete edition of Volume 24.1: Fall 2022 is available here: https://www.cardozojcr.com/volume-241-fall-2022
The Cardozo Journal of conflict resolution also hosts a blog featuring information about Journal events, summaries of student notes, and posts by Journal authors. Spring 2023 blog posts discuss wide-range of conflict resolution topics including forced arbitration of sexual assault and sexual harassment disputes, the Mental Health Matters Act, mediation in the entertainment industry, mandatory dispute resolution in private teaching union disputes, blockchain dispute resolution, mediation in the Israeli-Lebanese maritime boarder, arbitration clauses in the field of life science and cannabis law, and a mediation response unit as an alternative 911 response. The blog is available on the CJCR website here: CJCR Blog — Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (cardozojcr.com)