Hinshaw presents paper at Yale Law School


March 29, 2010

Art">http://www.law.asu.edu/Apps/Faculty/Faculty.aspx?individual_id=5328">Art Hinshaw, Director of the Lodestar Dispute Resolution Program at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, recently presented a paper entitled "Attorney Negotiation Ethics: An Empirical Study" (co-authored with Jess K. Alberts) at Yale Law School.

The presentation, on March 2, was part of the Quinnipiac - Yale Dispute Resolution Workshop, which is in its 10th year and features nationally recognized dispute resolution scholars and practitioners. Download Full Image

Hinshaw's research and teaching interests lie in the field of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), primarily mediation and negotiation. His research bridges ADR theory and practice focusing on mediator responsibilities and behavior as well as attorney negotiation ethics. Hinshaw's teaching responsibilities include the Lodestar Mediation Clinic and Negotiation, among other ADR courses.

Hinshaw is active in the state and national ADR community. He has served as Chair of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section's Committee on Legal Education, and the Chair of the American Association of Law Schools Alternative Dispute Resolution Section. He is the only person who has served on the board of directors of Arizona's two ADR professional organizations, the Arizona Bar's Dispute Resolution Section and the Arizona Association of Conflict Resolution. Hinshaw also serves on the Steering Committee for Project Civil Discourse, a statewide effort to enhance and improve public dialogue and discussion about the important issues that affect Arizona. He also contributes to Indisputably, the ADR Prof Blog.


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Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law

Furnish consults with Salvadoran government on transactions law


March 29, 2010

Dale">http://www.law.asu.edu/Apps/Faculty/Faculty.aspx?individual_id=77">Dale Beck Furnish, Emeritus Professor of Law, recently served as a consultant to the Salvadoran government on drafting a law of secured transactions for that country.

Furnish worked with officials in San Salvador from March 15-19. Download Full Image

Furnish enjoys an international reputation for his work in comparative law and International commercial and trade law, as well as U.S. commercial law. Bilingual in Spanish, he has been invited to teach and speak in every country in South and Central America, and has served as Visiting Professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and the University of Sonora, Mexico (UNISON) and on two occasions at the Catholic University of Peru. Professor Furnish was elected a Supernumerary Member of the Mexican Academy of Private International and Comparative Law in 2003, one of only two U.S. jurists so honored to date.

Furnish joined the faculty in 1970, following a clerkship with Judge Martin D. VanOosterhout of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth District and stints in Peru with USAID and in Chile with the Ford Foundation. On leave from the College of Law, he practiced law in Phoenix from 1987-1992 with Molloy, Jones & Donahue, chiefly in the field of bankruptcy litigation. He has taught courses on Contracts, Secured Transactions and other Uniform Commercial Code topics, Creditor-Debtor, Bankruptcy, Mexican (Comparative) Law and NAFTA.


Judy Nichols, mailto:Judith.Nichols@asu.edu"> style="color: #0000ff;">Judith.Nichols@asu.edu
(480) 727-7895
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law