NCTDR is hosting a two day online conference in part to celebrate the new edition of the seminal volume of ODR scholarship ODR Theory and Practice. The agenda will feature many of the authors of chapters in the new book, as well as a deep dive on AI and Dispute Systems Design. We plan to have three hours of sessions in the morning and three hours in the afternoon (US East coast time) on both March 1 and 2 to get better coverage and accessibility for all our friends around the world.
To attend the Forum, the link is listed at the top of the agenda (see below). To register for the conference (it’s free) and add your name to the mailing list, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/zytse5wiLhyjJrP68
Check out the agenda and access information for the forum here.
Some highlights include:
- A Keynote on Artificial Intelligence (AI), bias, and ODR
- The first readout from a Pew-funded academic ODR research project (the University of Arizona’s Innovation for Justice program)
- A talk from the CEO of Niti Aayog, the policy think tank of the Government of India, who are leading the charge on India’s massive ODR project
Alongside many other presentations and presentations, both live and recorded, from the global leaders in ODR. We hope to see you there!