The Future Starts Now
UC Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly Vol. 48 - 2021 Symposium Global Pandemics and the US Constitution: A Critical Lens on the US Approach to COVID-19…
From CNDR: Human emotions are vital in mediation: They let us know what matters, they help us connect with others, and they propel us to action. At the same time, people in conflict often experience intense negative emotions that can derail a mediation. This session will provide a basis for understanding the neurobiology of emotion, as well as provide tools for enhancing the positive emotions – and managing the negative emotions – of participants, attorneys, and mediators themselves.
What the future might hold for communities that invest in alternatives to traditional criminal justice practices? The latest in CNDR's New Frontiers speaker series is a conversation with Susan Stone and David Cherniss on their innovative past and present Restorative Justice programs in San Francisco and San Mateo, CA. With a focus on system design, integration, sustainability, we will explore the evolution of Restorative Practices in Juvenile Justice, and conclude with a conversation that envisions how courts and dispute resolution might look in a post-2020 world.
The Hastings Law Journal (HLJ), in collaboration with the California Constitution Center at Berkeley Law and the Supreme Court of California Blog (SCOCAblog), will host the annual Municipal Law Institute (MLI) Symposium online on March 5, 2021.