Advancing the theory and practice of conflict resolution
The Dispute Resolution Institute is committed to advancing the theory and practice of conflict resolution nationally and internationally through scholarship and applied practice projects.
Established in 2009, DRI Press is the scholarship dissemination arm of Mitchell Hamline’s Dispute Resolution Institute and brings important conflict resolution work to a broad audience.
Rethinking Negotiation Teaching Series
- Rethinking Negotiation Teaching: Innovations for Context and Culture (also available in Mandarin and Arabic)
- Volume 2: Venturing Beyond the Classroom
- Volume 3: Assessing Our Students, Assessing Ourselves
- Volume 4: Educating Negotiators for a Connected World
- 谈判 Tán Pàn: The Chinese-English Journal on Negotiation
- A House with Two Rooms: Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Liberia Diaspora Project
Mitchell Hamline faculty publish groundbreaking theoretical and empirical research on a wide variety of conflict resolution topics, ranging from negotiation pedagogy to mediation ethics to international business arbitration. Visit individual faculty bios for a list of publications.
Inaugurated in 1999, the Symposia on Advanced Issues in Dispute Resolution bring together scholars and professionals to engage in purposeful conversation around critical issues in the field of conflict studies and dispute resolution.
The Dispute Resolution Institute is committed to creating and supporting innovation in conflict resolution practice at home and abroad.
- Rethinking Negotiation Teaching, a multi-year effort to critique contemporary negotiation pedagogy and create new training designs, in cooperation with the JAMS Foundation, and ADR Center Foundation (Italy) from 2009 through 2011. The conferences directly resulted in four works published by DRI Press and indirectly led to the development of two additional works.
- Mediation Case Law
- Mediation Center Collaboration