Kristen M. Blankley
Kristen M. Blankley is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska College of Law, where she teaches on a wide variety of alternative dispute resolution and ethics topics, including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and professional responsibility. Professor Blankley also an active scholar in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution, publishing on arbitration, mediation, and ethics in alternative dispute resolution issues. She has written on topics including class action arbitrations, judicial review of arbitration awards, Federal Arbitration Act preemption, mediation ethics, and mediation confidentiality. She is active in the mediation community both locally and nationally.
- Convening the Mediation - What Can and Should Mediators Do When All Parties Haven't Yet Agreed to Mediate?
- The New Emergency Relief Arbitration Rules: The Death Knell for Court-Ordered Injunctions Pending Arbitration?
|Convening the Mediation - What Can and Should Mediators Do When All Parties Haven't Yet Agreed to Mediate?||-||Recorded Webinar||OPEN|
|The New Emergency Relief Arbitration Rules: The Death Knell for Court-Ordered Injunctions Pending Arbitration?||-||Recorded Webinar||OPEN|