By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Library Blog – The Law Library will be closed on Monday, January 16 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Reference Desk will close on Friday, January 13 at 12 noon. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 17 at 7am.
By Steven Swan for BiolawToday.org. Here at the Center of Law and Biomedical Sciences, we are committed to addressing the ever-changing legal landscape in “areas of health policy, the life sciences, biotechnology, bioethics, and the medical and technological arts, in order to help overcome the most critical health-care challenges of our times.” And at issue […]
By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Library Blog- Spring semester hours have commenced. You can view the library’s full hours here.
By Wendy Green Lowe for EDRblog.org. I grew up in a household of skiers. The lessons I earned about staying upright while skiing hold true for effective facilitation as well. We started skiing by the age of five years. It was either go skiing, or stay home with a baby sitter. You can guess what […]
By Noam Exner for EDRblo.org. Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) is an area of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) that has been developing over the past twenty years. I see many opportunities to use ODR techniques in environmental dispute resolution (EDR). The advent of e-commerce generated new forms of online conflict, spurring development of possibilities for constructive […]
By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Library Blog – In addition to the holiday hours listed on the law library website, we will be closing early on the following dates: Sunday, December 18 – closing at 6pm; Tuesday through Thursday, December 27 through 29 – closing at 5pm. Happy Holidays!
By Lucy Moore for EDRblog.org. This post originally appeared on Lucy Moore’s blog in September 2016. We are reposting it with the Lucy Moore’s permission. Lucy Moore will be a presenter in the December 7 2016 Dialogue on Collaboration (Working with tribes: What can collaboration bring to the table? – open to the public, register […]
By Heather Gilmartin Adams for EDRblog.org. On Saturday, November 12, the first Utah Citizens Summit was held in downtown Salt Lake City. The event – a day of dialogue and celebration sponsored by the Utah Civil and Compassionate Communities Initiative – capped a yearlong effort to bring communities together through conversation and service. Organizers and participants […]
By Anikka Hoidal for BiolawToday.org. On October 17th, students and professionals from fields including medicine, physical therapy, nursing, philosophy, and law gathered to discuss the ethical implications of patients or their family members recording doctors. The conversation began with anecdotes from healthcare providers who have witnessed the situation in their practices. These anecdotes revealed a host […]
By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Library Blog – The law library will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 24 and 25, for Thanksgiving. We will be open until 6pm on Wednesday, November 23; the reference desk will be closing at noon that day.