A Three Symposium Series in 2022
Symposium #3 Hosted by the Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program
April 8, 2022
About Agenda Abstracts Speakers Registration Stanford & OSU
The symposium series will feature national and international practitioners, academics, activists, and other stakeholders to share experiences, challenges, resources, and strategies to tackle these difficult issues. Symposium contributions will be subsequently published in a double symposium issue of the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution.
The Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program is pleased to work in partnership with the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, The Ohio State University’s Divided Community Project, and Stanford Law School’s Gould Center for Conflict Resolution, to offer this three part-series, across the spring semester and across the country.
All events will welcome online participants! There will be an viewing room in WCC B010 for HLS students, staff, and faculty.
Agenda for the April 8th Event at Harvard Law School
1:00-1:10 – Welcome
1:10-2:25pm – Panel 1: New Directions & New Questions for Truth and Reconciliation
Moderator: Aminta Ossom
2:25-2:45 – Break
2:45-4:00 – Panel 2: Redesigning for Racial Justice in the Legal System
Moderator: Kara Hayes
4:00-4:10 – Closing
Other Events in the Series
Additional support for this event series is provided by the Moritz College of Law Dean Lincoln Davies and The JAMS Foundation