Full Name
Noam Ebner
Speaker Bio
Noam Ebner is a professor of negotiation and conflict resolution in Creighton University's Department of Interdisciplinary Studies. Previously, Noam taught for over a decade at universities around the world while practicing as an attorney, negotiator, mediator, and mediator trainer.

Noam has worked at the crossroads of conflict resolution and technology in practice, teaching, and research for over fifteen years. He was an early innovator in the realm of online conduct of negotiation and dispute resolution processes, as well as in the realm of online teaching of negotiation and conflict resolution subjects. Noam is a fellow of the National Center for Technology & Dispute Resolution, and a regular speaker on issues related to technology’s role in conflict and its resolution. His writing on the topic has been published in Negotiation Journal, Conflict Resolution Quarterly, the International Journal on ODR, and the Journal of Dispute Resolution, and in other central books and journals in the negotiation and conflict field, including the upcoming new edition of Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice.

All of Noam’s writing is available at http://ssrn.com/author=425153, and he can be contacted at noamebner@creighton.edu.
Speaking At
Closing Plenary Session - The Human Touch in ODR
Noam Ebner