Introducing Guest Blogger Jana B. Singer

JSinger copy 2I am delighted to introduce Professor Jana B. Singer who will be blogging with us this month.  Jana Singer is Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Frances King Carey School of Law.  She teaches courses on family law, contracts, constitutional law, and collaborative law and practice.  A 1981 graduate of Yale Law School, she has written widely on family and children’s issues and on family dispute resolution.  Her publications include Divorced From Reality: Rethinking Family Dispute Resolution (NYU Press, 2015) (with Jane Murphy) and Resolving Family Conflicts (Ashgate, 2008) (with Jane Murphy).  Professor Singer is a member of the American Law Institute and a past Chair of the Family and Juvenile Law Section of the American Association of Law Schools.  She currently serves on the editorial board of the Family Court Review and as President of the Divorce Roundtable, an interdisciplinary group of attorneys, judges, mediators and mental health professionals, dedicated to improving the process of divorce and parental separation for children and families.

Her recent publications include:

Divorced From Reality: Rethinking Family Dispute Resolution (with Jane C. Murphy) (New York University Press, 2015)

Divorce American Style: Review of Wendy Paris, Splitopia: Dispatches From Today’s Good Divorce, 50 Family Law Q. 139 (2016) (with Naomi Cahn)

Moving Family Dispute Resolution From The Court System to the Community, 75 Maryland L. Rev. Endnotes 9 (2016) (with Jane Murphy)

Bargaining in the Shadow of the Best Interests Standard: The Close Connection Between Substance and Process in Resolving Divorce-Related Parenting Disputes, 77 Law & Contemp. Prob. 177 (2014)

You can find her SSRN page here.

 

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