This post links to resources related to CODR 2013: Conference on Online Dispute Resolution, held 19 April 2013 at Stanford Law School.
Click here for Twitter tweets from the conference, archived in .csv format.
The Twitter hashtag for the conference was #CODR2013
Some papers from the conference are available at http://blogs.law.stanford.edu/codr2013/papers/
Here is the conference agenda (from here):
Panel 1: The Impact of ODR on the Practice of Law
Ron Dolin, Lecturer in Law, Stanford Law School: “Impact of ODR on Small Claims”
Richard S. Granat, Director, Center for Law Practice Technology and CEO/Founder, LawMediaLabs, Inc.: “Software-Assisted Online Divorce Mediation”
Ayelet Sela, JSD Candidate, Stanford Law School: “ODR System Design: Lessons from Research and Practice”
Panel 2: The Technology of ODR
James Ring, CEO, Fair Outcomes, Inc.: “Using Online Commitment Mechanisms to Manage and Resolve Legal Claims“
Loic Coutelier, Director of Arbitration and Product Manager, Modria.com: “Three Practical Applications of ODR Innovations”
Jin Ho Verdonschot, Justice Sector Advisor, The Netherlands: “The Future of Courts: A New Procedure for Neighbor Disputes in the Netherlands”
Moderator: Roland Vogl, Lecturer in Law and Executive Director, Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology
Panel 3: ODR in the International Arena
Colin Rule, CEO, Modria.com: “Online Dispute Resolution and Internet Justice“
Vikki M. Rogers, Director, Institute of International Commercial Law, Pace Law School: “Managing Disputes in the Online Global Marketplace: Reviewing the Progress of UNCITRAL’s Working Group III on ODR“
Amy J. Schmitz, Professor of Law, University of Colorado School of Law: “ODR to Address American Exceptionalism in Arbitration“
Moderator: Janet Martinez, Senior Lecturer in Law and Director, Gould Negotiation & Mediation Program, Stanford Law School
For videos of this conference, please see the comments to this post.