Fox,-Ken

Ken Fox

Professor
Email: kfox@hamline.edu
Phone: 651 523-2411

 

BA, University of California
JD, Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College (Cornelious Honor Society)

 


"Hamline has made a unique university-wide commitment to give all its students the opportunity to study conflict and its constructive resolution from a range of cross-disciplinary perspectives. For law students, this means access to faculty with a broad understanding of conflict and a vision of how lawyers can respond to their clients' needs with greater sophistication."


Professor Ken Fox teaches in the Hamline University School of Business and the School of Law. He also serves as university director of conflict studies and is a senior fellow of Hamline Law's Dispute Resolution Institute.


Fox teaches a full range of conflict theory and theory-to-practice courses to undergraduate, graduate and law students. He has also taught, trained and consulted throughout the United States in a variety of settings, including courts, federal, state and local government agencies, regulated industries, schools, universities, workers compensation programs and private and community organizations. Internationally, Fox has taught mediation and conflict theory in England, France, Italy, Northern Ireland and Spain and recently served as a U.S. State Department Fulbright Senior Specialist in law/peace and conflict resolution studies at the Riga Graduate School of Law in Latvia. He is currently part of several on-going civic education and conflict transformation projects with Israeli, Palestinian, Jordanian and Lebanese educators and civic leaders, including work to establish a jointly administered College for Reconciliation and Development on the border areas between these three communities.

 

Publications


Mirror as Prism: Reimagining Reflexive Dispute Resolution Practice in a Globalized World45 WASH. U.J.L. & POL'Y 41-67 (2014).
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Venturing Home: Implementing Lessons from the Rethinking Negotiation Project Educating Negotiators for a Connected World: Volume 4 in the Rethinking Negotiation Teaching Series, Ch. 4, p. 59-101 (2013). (with Sharon Press)
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Moving Beyond 'Just' a Deal, a Bad Deal or No Deal: How a Deal-Facilitator Engaged by the Parties as a 'Counsel to the Deal' Can Help Them Improve the Quality and Sustainability of the Outcome, in ADR in Business: Practice and Issues Across Countries and Cultures, Arnold Ingen-Housz (ed.), Ch. 5, Vol. 2, p. 81-116 (2011).
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Reweaving the Fabric of Society: Restorative Justice in the United States, in DIVERSITE DES MEDIATIONS DANS LE MONDE (Stephen Bensimon & Alain Laraby, eds. French ed. 2010; English ed. 2011).
 
Negotiation as a Post-Modern Process , 31 HAMLINE J. PUB. L. & POL'Y, 367 (2010).
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Recent Developments in Mediation, 79 THE HENNEPIN LAWYER (2010).
 
Lessons from the Field: First Impressions from Second Generation Negotiation Teaching, in VENTURING BEYOND THE CLASSROOM: VOLUME TWO, RETHINKING NEGOTIATION TEACHING (Christopher Honeyman, James Coben & Giuseppe DePalo, eds., 2010). (with Manon Schonewille & Esra Cuhadar-Gurkaynak).
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Negotiation as a Post-Modern Process, in RETHINKING NEGOTIATION TEACHING: INNOVATIONS FOR CONTEXT AND CULTURE (Christopher Honeyman, James Coben & Giuseppe DePalo, eds., 2009).
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Teaching Co-Existence Through Civic Education - Theoretical Implications and Lessons Learned from Four Middle East Projects , 22nd Annual IACM Conference Paper (2009).
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Pratique de moyens alternatifs de reglement de conflits aus Etats-Unis , in COLLOQUES & DEBATS: LA SOCIETE AU RISQUED DE LA JUDICIARISATION (Frederic Rouvillois, ed., Litec Publications, 2008).
 
Unanswered Questions, Future Opportunities: Reflections on an Intentional Conversation about the Globalization of ADR , 27 HAMLINE J. PUB. L. & POL'Y 297 (2006).
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In Search of a Canon: Three Texts on Dispute Resolution, 22 NEGOTIATION J. 227 (2006).
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What Private Mediators Can Learn from the Peace-builders, 7 CARDOZO J. CONFLICT RESOL. 237 (2006).
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