Robert M. Ackerman
J.D., Harvard Law School
B.A., Colgate University
"Justice for All? Three Lessons in Delivering Fairness and Due Process to Many Parties," Dispute Resolution Magazine, Summer 2014
“Verantwortung ubernehmen” Leviathan, 2007 (German translation of “Taking Responsibility”).
“Vanishing Trial, Vanishing Community?” Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2006.
“The September 11 Victim Compensation Fund: An Administrative Response to National Tragedy,” Harvard Negotiation Law Review, 2005.
Law and Community: The Case of Torts, with Robert F. Cochran Jr., Rowman and Littlefield, 2004.
"Disputing Together: Conflict Resolution and the Search for Community," Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 2002.
“Tort Law and Federalism: Whatever Happened to Devolution? Yale Law and Policy Review, Yale Journal on Regulation (Joint Symposium Issue), 1996.
“Tort Law and Communitarianism: Where Rights Meet Responsibilities," originally published in Wake Forest Law Review, 1995, revised and republished in To Promote The General Welfare: A Communitarian Legal Reader 1999.
“Defamation and Alternative Dispute Resolution: Healing the Sting,” Missouri Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1986.
“The Seat Belt Defense Reconsidered: A Return to Accountability in Tort Law?” New Mexico Law Review, 1986.