I am just delighted by two things today. First, the presentations and discussion have been very interesting and informative. If you are interested in participating in the later session today, or tomorrow’s session, please take a look at the previous post and checkout the agenda.
The Forum is open to everyone, so no authentication is required — all you have to do is visit http://odr.info/zoom and enter the passcode workitout to join the zoom room.
Second, I am delighted by the number of Canadians speaking and participating. Karim, Julie, Nicolas Herb, and I have or will be doing presentations live or as a download. I am delighted that out of the 125 + people who are online now, that there are members of the ODRTF, ADRIC, ADRIO, etc, Canadians rock and represent!!! I’d encourage participants to leave comments on day 1.
You can download or view the prerecorded sessions:
Recording links are listed below
The Presence of Artificial Intelligence Applied to ODR in Latin America, María Victoria Marun, Director, Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution of the Bar & Solicitors 3rd Legal Circumscription Mendoza, Argentina [click to view]
Online Sport Dispute Resolution, Dr. Frank Fowlie, Commissioner, Athletics Canada [click to view]
Trust, Empathy and Social Intuition in Online Dispute Resolution, Noam Ebner, Professor of Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (NCR) Program, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Creighton University [click to view]
Systems Design and its application in Latin America in the field of ODR, Alberto Elisavetsky, Systems Designer of ODR Applications in Latin America [click to view]
New ODR Needs New Technology, Zbynek Loebl, Open ODR and PRK Partners [click to view]
ODR for E-Commerce: International Legal Standards and Developments, Esther Vilalta, PhD, Chair in Civil Law, Law and Political Science Dept., Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) [click to view]
The EU ODR Platform – 5 Years On, Pablo Cortés, Professor of Civil Justice, University of Leicester, UK [click to view]
Lessons Learned from the Unfortunately Asymmetrical Evolution of ODR in Canada, Karim Benyekhlef, Professor and Director of the Cyberjustice Lab, University of Montreal [click to view]
ODR System Design Reimagined for High Stakes Legal Disputes, Michael Wolf, Director, Collaboration and ADR Office, Federal Labor Relations Authority [click to view]