Fordham University School of Law
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Selected PublicationsIs Europe Headed Down the Primrose Path with Mandatory Mediation?, 37 North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 981(forthcoming 2012).
Evolving Paths to Justice: Assessing the EU Directive on Mediation (forthcoming 2012).
Mediation: The "New Arbitration," 17 Harvard Negotiation Law Review 101(forthcoming 2012).
"Tensions Between Disputant Autonomy and Substative Fairness," in Mediation Ethics:
Cases and Commentaries, Chapter 5 (Ellen Waldman, ed., San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2011).
Mediation Exceptionality, 78 Fordham Law Review1247 (2009).
Toolkit Generating Outcomes:Making & Saving Deals: Mediation-Negotiation, Contributing Editor,(Editor, Manon Schonewille)Sdu Uitgevers, The Hague, 2009.
Culture-The Body/Soul Connector in Negotiation Ethics,in Rethinking Negotiation Teaching: Innovations for Context and Culture(2009). Honeyman, Coben & DePalo, Editors (with Ewa Gmurznynska).
Alternative Dispute Resolution, 3rd ed. (Nutshell Series, West 2008).
Consent in Mediation, Dispute Resolution Mag. 4 (Winter 2008).
Teaching Comparative Perspectives in Mediation: Some Preliminary Reflections, 81 St. John's Univer. L. Rev. 259 (2007).
Finding Interior Peace in the Ordinary Practice of Law: Wisdom from the Spiritual Tradition of St. Teresa of Avila,46 Journal of Catholic Legal Studies 29 (2007).
Self-Determination in International Mediation: Some Preliminary Reflections, 7 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 701 (2007).
"Agents and Informed Consent" Chapter in Negotiator's Fieldbook (Honeyman & Schneider eds.)(2006).
International Conflict Resolution:Consensual ADR Processes (2005)(with Abramson and Chew).
The Merger of Law and Mediation: Lessons from Equity Jurisprudence and Roscoe Pound, 6 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 57 (2005).
Problem-Solving Negotiation: Northern Ireland's Experience with the Women's Coalition, 2003 Journal of Dispute Res.387 (with Brogna Hinds).
New Problem-Solving Scholarship: An Historical Tale with a Happy Ending, Negotiation Journal 169 (April 2003).
The Intersection of Religion, Race, Class, and Ethnicity in Community Conflict, Negotiation Journal 381 (October 2002).
Lawyers, Non-Lawyers and Mediation: Rethinking the Professional Monopoly from a Problem-Solving Perspective, 7 Harvard Negot. L. Rev. 235 (2002).
Introduction: Lawyers' Ethics in ADR, Symposium on ADR and the Professional Responsibility of Lawyers, 28 Ford. Urb. L. J. 891 (2001).
Conflict in Northern Ireland After the Good Friday Agreement, 22 Ford. Int. L. J. 1372 (1999)(with Professor Seamus Dunn).
Informed Consent in Mediation: A Guiding Principle for Truly Educated Decisionmaking, 74 Notre Dame L. Rev. 775 (1999).
Lawyers, Clients, and Mediation, 73 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1369 (1998).
Court Mediation and the Search for Justice Through Law, 74 Washington University Law Quarterly 1 (1996).
BLACK'S LAW DICTIONARY, 6th ed. 1990 (co-author with Joseph R. Nolan).
Teaching Mediation As A Lawyering Role, 39 J. Legal Educ. 571 (1989)(co-author with Maria Volpe).