J. Kim Wright's blog
One of the advantages of traveling around the country is that I get to meet a lot of diverse people. Add to that, a Facebook friends list of over 800 people from many chapters of my life. My circle includes Tea Party and Libertarians to Socialists and Communists. They are Atheists to Fundamental Christians to Tibetan Buddhists. Some dropped out of high school while others have the highest degrees. Men, women, straight, gay, black, white, brown, from many countries, with many world views, it is a broad cross-section of people, I think.
You can download a free copy of my most recent article, which discusses interdisciplinary teams from the perspective of their potential to transform how lawyers approach collaborative conflict resolution:
A theme that appears frequently in my current teaching and writing is that we can't be excellent at collaborative practice until we understand collaborative interdisciplinary conflict resolution teams as dynamic emergent learning systems---systems in which we ourselves are a significant variable. Who each person on the team IS matters a lot, and each person's individual degree of self awareness matters a lot, at every stage of collaborative team practice.