The JCR Collaboratory operates in several spheres, all intended at developing a community of academics, practitioners, policy makers, judges and other related stakeholders who want to engage with JCR and achieving the overarching research and policy goals of the project. Thus, we engage in activities that promote the capturing and analysis of JCR practices, reflection on the changing roles of judges, development of a descriptive typology of settlement inducing roles that judges play in court hearings and a current jurisprudence of judicial conflict resolution, policy-making for improved court process designs and procedural rules, ethical conduct rules and regulation of judicial work of settlement, as well as development of dialogue and training schemes with judges and court administrators.


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Research Activities

JCR Collaborator Circles

JCR Courtroom Observations Training Video

 Conference Presentations and Professional Fora