Volume XIV – No. 2

Volume XIV | Number 2 | JOHN MARSHALL | 2020-2021

TRANSNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF LEGAL EDUCATION, THE PRACTICE OF LAW, AND THE JUDICIARY. Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, Bahçeşehir University, Mitchell Hamline School of Law. February 9-12, 2021

Symposium Articles

ARTICLES

CREATING ONLINE EDUCATION SPACES TO SUPPORT EQUITY, INCLUSION, BELONGING, AND WELL BEING

Lisa Bliss, et al.

THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIAL OVER THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS

Betül Yakar

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE REVOLUTIONS: TECHNOLOGY AND ADR IN THE MIDDLE EAST FOLLOWING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Zachary Calo, et al.

CREATING LEGAL FIRST RESPONDERS: REQUIRING SERVICE HOURS FOR ADMISSION TO THE BAR

Christine E. Cerniglia

HOW THE PROCESS OF BUILDING LEGAL TECHNOLOGY CREATES PROFESSIONAL AGILITY

Amy A. Emerson

CLOSING THE LAW SCHOOL GAP: A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT TO ADDRESS EDUCATIONAL INEQUITIES THROUGH FREE, ASYNCHRONOUS TOOLS

Steven Foster, et al.

A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO BLOCKCHAIN DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Cemre Ç. KADIOĞLU KUMTEPE, LL.M.

A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO BLOCKCHAIN DISPUTE RESOLUTION ETHICAL-JURIDICAL INQUIRY REGARDING THE EFFECT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPLICATIONS ON LEGAL PROFESSION AND LEGAL PRACTICES

Prof. Dr. Muharrem KILIÇ

OVERVIEW OF THE IMPACT OF THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY ON “THE NEW NORMAL” IN GRADUATE STUDIES: REVIEWS ON THE CHANGE OF STUDY HABITS DURING AND AFTER THE PANDEMIC

Alev Özeroğlu

INTERNAL COMPLAINT-HANDLING SYSTEMS OF ONLINE PLATFORMS, COMMERCIAL LAW AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ DUTY OF CARE

Murat Can PEHLİVANOĞLU

ADAPTATION OF THE JUDICIAL SYSTEMS TO THE GLOBAL PANDEMIC – A SHORT AND LONG-TERM IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON JUDICIAL SYSTEMS

Dr. Marina Matić Bošković