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Mediation: 50 years of creative conflict
Bernie Mayer, Mediation: 50 Years of Creative Conflict, 51 Fam. Ct. Rev. 34 (2013).
The paradox of leadership: Cooperating to compete, following to lead
Bernie Mayer, The Paradox of Leadership: Cooperating to Compete, Following to Lead, Queens U. IRC Res. Briefs, Aug. 2016.
Conversation with Bernie Mayer
Bryan Hanson, Michael Miller & William J. Leggio, A Conversation with Bernie Mayer, 2 Creighton J. Interdisc. Leadership, 2 (2016), at https://ojs.creighton.edu/index.php/CJIL.
What we talk about when we talk about neutrality: A commentary on the Susskind-Stulberg debate, 2011 edition
Bernie Mayer, What We Talk About When We Talk About Neutrality: A Commentary on the Susskind-Stulberg Debate, 2011 edition, 95 Marq. L. Rev. 859 (2012).
Conflict paradox: Seven dilemmas at the core of disputes
Bernard S. Mayer, The Conflict Paradox: Seven Dilemmas at the Core of Disputes (2015).
Panel discussion: Core values of dispute resolution: Is neutrality necessary?
Bernard Mayer, Joseph B. Stulberg, Lawrence Susskind & John Lande, Panel Discussion: Core Values of Dispute Resolution: Is Neutrality Necessary?, 95 Marq. L. Rev. 805 (2012).
Reflections on the Loving conference: Race, identity, community, and conflict
Bernard Mayer, Reflections on the Loving Conference: Race, Identity, Community, and Conflict, 50 Creighton L. Rev. 745 (2017).
Dynamics of conflict: A guide to engagement and intervention
Bernard Mayer, The Dynamics of Conflict: A Guide to Engagement and Intervention (2d ed. 2012).
Book review of Game theory and the transformation of family law: A new bargaining model for attorneys and mediators to optimize outcomes for divorcing parties
Bernie Mayer, Book Review, 54 Fam. Ct. Rev. 535 (2016) (reviewing Kenneth H. Waldron & Allan R. Koritzinsky, Game Theory and the Transformation of Family Law: A New Bargaining Model for Attorneys and Mediators to Optimize Outcomes for Divorcing Parties (2015)).
In this book, Waldron and Koritzinsky, provide a stimulating and interesting new way of understanding the impact of traditional approaches to divorce on families and divorcees. They ask whether the structure of divorce can ...
Be less certain--and more flexible
Bernie Mayer, Be Less Certain—and More Flexible, ACResolution MAG., Summer 2015, at 28.