18th Annual ADR Institute and 2011 Neutrals' Conference '11

Recorded December 9, 2011


  • Dispute Resolution Section, State Bar of Georgia; Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution; Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution


  • Shinji Morokuma, Program Co-Chair; Director, Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution, Atlanta
  • Raymond G. Chadwick, Jr., Program Co-Chair; Chairperson, Dispute Resolution Section, State Bar of Georgia; Chadwick Mediation Services, LLC, Augusta

Program Notes

  • This video recording does not contain Track 2 of either Concurrent Session given at the seminar ("Looking Inside Mediation Around The World" and "Hired Pens- Tips On Improving The Product And Process Of Agreement Writing"), nor does it include Clark Freshman's section, "Dodging Lies and Making Deals: The Science Of Lie Detection And Emotional Truthfulness".

welcome and Program Overview

Shinji Morokuma

Alternative Arbitration Avenues: Traditional, Collaborative, Cooperative and Med-Arb

Moderator: Herbert H. “Hal” Gray, III, Ragsdale Beals Seigler Patterson & Gray, LLP, Atlanta


  • Taylor Tapley Daly, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP, Atlanta
  • John W. Hinchey, King & Spalding LLP (Retired), and JAMS, Atlanta
  • John A. Sherrill, Seyfarth Shaw, LLP, Atlanta

Better Dispute Resolution Practice through Science

  • Timothy Hedeen, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Conflict Management, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw
  • Heather Pincock, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Conflict Management, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw

How to Increase Settlement Rates with Help from the Court

Moderator: Raymond G. Chadwick


  • Jerry Wood, Director, Fulton County Courts ADR Program, Atlanta
  • Hon. Lisa Godbey Wood, Chief Judge, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Georgia, Brunswick
  • Hon. Patricia W. Booker, Judge, State Court of Richmond County, Augusta
  • Paul W. Painter, Jr., Ellis, Painter, Ratterree & Adams, LLP, Savannah

Herding Cats—Multiple-Party Mediations

Arthur H. Glaser, Henning Mediation and Arbitration Service, Atlanta

Out of the Ashes: 9/11—A Cinematic Study of Mediation

Moderator: Amber M. Gallman, Director, DeKalb County Courts Dispute Resolution Center, Decatur


  • Marilyn Berger, Professor, Seattle University School of Law, Seattle, WA
  • Alan E. Gross, Ph.D., New York Peace Institute and Mediators Beyond Borders, New York, NY
  • Deborah E. Greenspan, Dickstein Shapiro, LLP, Washington, D.C.