Jacqueline Nolan-Haley

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Jacqueline Nolan-Haley is a Professor at Fordham University School of Law where she directs the Conflict Resolution & ADR Program, and the Mediation Clinic.  She teaches courses in Alternative Dispute Resolution, International Dispute Resolution,  Interethnic Conflict Resolution, Catholic Perspectives on Conflict Resolution, and Mediation at Fordham Law School and in its Queens University Belfast and University College Dublin Summer Program.  She has also conducted conflict resolution training programs in Ghana, Northern Ireland and in the United States.

Professor Nolan-Haley is a member of the Standing Committee on Mediator Ethical Guidance of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section. She is chair of the Education Committee of the New York State Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Section, and serves on the Mediation Ethics Advisory Committee of the NY State Unified Court System. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and is former Chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the Association of American Law Schools, and the New York State Bar Association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee.

Professor Nolan-Haley’s scholarship focuses on ethical and justice issues related to ADR and international and comparative conflict resolution.  Her recent publications include: Alternative Dispute Resolution, 4th edition, West Nutshell publications, (forthcoming 2013); Judicial Review of Mediated Settlement Agreements: Improving Mediation with Consent (forthcoming 2013);Mediation: The “New Arbitration,” 17 Harvard Negotiation Law Review 61(2012); Evolving Paths to Justice: Assessing the EU Directive on Mediation ( 2012); Is Europe Headed Down the Primrose Path with Mandatory Mediation, 37 North Carolina J. of International Law and Commercial Regulation 981 (2012).