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Mediation Bibliography - ADR

ADR and General (226)
(1990) Dispute Resolution: A Directory of Methods, Projects and Resources, in Institute, A. L. R. (Ed.), The Institute.

(1995) Judicial (Mis)Use of ADR - A Debate University of Toledo Law Review, 27: 885.

Abel, R. (1973) A Comparative Theory of Dispute Institutions in Society. Law and Society Review, 8: 217.

Abel, R. (Ed.) (1982) The Politics of Informal Justice Vol 2: Comparative Studies, New York, London: Academic Press.

Abel, R. (Ed.) (1982 ) The Politics of Informal Justice Vol 1: The American Experience, London, New York: Academic Press.

Abel, R. L. (1979) The Rise of Capitalism and the Transformation of Disputing: From Confrontation over Honor to Competition for Property UCLA Law Review, 27: 223.

Abel, R. L. (1982) The Contradictions of Informal Justice in Abel, R. L. (Ed.) The Politics of Informal Justice. London and New York: Academic Press.

Abel, R. L. (1982) The Politics of Informal Justice in Abel, R. (Ed.) The Politics of Informal Justice. New York: Academic Press.

Ackerman, R. M. (1997) Introduction: ADR: An Appropriate Alternative Willamette Law Review, 33: 497.

Acland, A. F. (1995) Resolving Disputes Without Going to Court, London: Century Books.

Adler, P. (1987) Is ADR a Social Movement'. Negotiation Journal, 3: 59-66.

Adler, P. S. (1995) The Future of Alternative Dispute Resolution: Reflections on ADR as a Social Movement, in Engle Merry, S. & Milner, N. (Eds.) The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Alfini, J. J. (1998) Settlement Ethics and Lawyering in ADR Proceedings: A Proposal to Revise Rule 4.1 Northern Illinois University Law Review, 19: 255.

Alfini, J. J., Riskin, L. L., Press, S. & Liebman, C. (1994) What Happens to the Parties, Practitioners and Host Institutions When Mediation is Institutionalized? (Panel discussion). Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 9: 307-332.

Arbaugh, M. (2002) Making Peace the Old Fashioned Way: Infusing Traditional Tribal Practices into Modern ADR Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal, 2: 303.

Arrow, K., Mnookin, R. H., Ross, L., Tversky, A. & Wilson, R. (Eds.) (1995) Barriers to Conflict Resolution, New York: W.W. Norton.

Astor, H. & Chinkin, C. M. (1992) Dispute Resolution in Australia, North Ryde, NSW: Butterworths.

Aubert, V. (1963) Competition and Dissensus: Two Types of Conflict and of Conflict Resolution. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 7: 26-42.

Avruch, K. (1998) Culture and Conflict Resolution, Washington DC: United States Institute of Peace Press.

Avruch, K., Black, P. W. & Scimecca, J. A. (Eds.) (1991) Conflict Resolution: Cross Cultural Perspectives, New York: Greenwood Press.

Axelrod, R. (1984) The Evolution of Cooperation, New York: Basic Books.

Bacigal, R. J. (1988) An Empirical Case Study of Informal Alternative Dispute Resolution Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 4: 1-28.

Barsky, A. E. (2000) Conflict Resolution for the Helping Professions: Theory, Skills and Exercises: Wadsworth.

Batton, J. (2004) Considering Conflict Resolution Education: Next Steps for Institutionalization. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 22: 269-278.

Beer, J. E. (1997) The Mediator's Handbook: New Society Publishers.

Bevan, A. (2000) ADR Goes Green as Firms Get into the Red. Journal of ADR, Mediation and Negotiation, 1: 12-15.

Black, D. & Baungartner, M. (1983) Toward a theory of the third party in Boyum, K. & Mather, L. (Eds.) Empirical Theories about Courts. New York: Longman.

Black, D. & Baungartner, M. P. (1983) Toward a Theory of the Third Party, in Boyum, K. O. & Mather, L. (Eds.) Empirical Theories About Courts. New York and London: Longman.

Borisoff, D. & Victor, D. A. (1989) Conflict Management: A Communication Skills Approach, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Bowling, D. & Hoffman, D. (2004) Bringing Peace Into the Room, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Brams, S. J. & Taylor, A. D. (1996) Fair Division: From Cake Cutting to Dispute Resolution, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brazil, W. D. (2002) Court ADR 25 Years After Pound: Have we Found a Better Way Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 18: 93-150.

Brown, L. M. (1986) Thesis (Preventative Law), Antithesis (Adversarial Process), Synthesis (Settlement, ADR): A Comment on Nyhart and Dauer Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1986: 55-58.

Burton, F. (2000) Dispute Resolution: an Integral not Alternative Process: The English and Canadian Experiences. Journal of ADR, Mediation and Negotiation, 1: 33-41.

Burton, L., Mciver, J. P. & Stinson, L. (1990) Mandatory Arbitration in Colorado: An Initial Look at a Privatized ADR Program Justice System Journal, 14: 183.

Bush, R. A. B. (1995) Alternative Futures: Imagining How ADR May Affect the Court System in Coming Decades Review of Litigation, 15: 455.

Bush, R. A. B. (2002) Substituting Mediation for Arbitration: the Growing Market for Evaluative Mediation, and What it Means for the ADR Field Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal, 3: 111.

Caddick, J., Jermansen, K., Mastrototaro, J. & Senecah, S. (1999) Conflict Assessment and the Cape Cod National Seashore. Mediation Quarterly, 17: 21-40.

Cannon, A. J. (2004) A Pluralism of Private Courts Civil Justice Quarterly, 23.

Cappelletti, M. (1993) Alternative Dispute Resolution Processes within the Framework of the Worl-Wide Access-to-Justice Movement Modern Law Review, 56: 282-301.

Carbonneau, T. E. (1989) Alternative Dispute Resolution: Meeting the Lances and Dismounting the Steeds, Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press.

Carr, C. A. & Jencks, M. R. (1999) The Privatization of Business and Commercial Dispute Resolution: A Misguided Policy Decision Kentucky Law Journal, 88: 183-243.

Carrington, P. D. (1995) ADR and Future Adjudication: A Primer on Dispute Resolution Review of Litigation, 15: 485.

Chernick, R. (2003) ADR Comes of Age: What Can We Expect in the Future Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal, 4: 187.

Clark, B. & Mays, R. (1996) Regulating ADR: The Scottish Experience. Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, 1996.

Coben, J. R. & Thompson, P. N. (1998) The Haghighi Trilogy and the Minnesota Civil Mediation Act: Exposing a Phantom Menace Casting a Pall Over the Development of ADR in Minnesota Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy, 20: 299.

Cohen, I. G. (2004) Negotiating Death: ADR and End of Life Decision-making Harvard Negotiation Law Review, 9.

Cohen, J. R. (2003) Adversaries? Partners? How about Counterparts? On Metaphors in the Practice and Teaching of Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 20: 433-440.

D'alo, G. E. (2003) Reflections on Pennsylvania's ADR Community: Paradise, Pragmatism and Progress Penn State Law Review, 108: 309.

Dauer, E. A. (2000) The Future of ADR Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal, 1: 3.

Dauer, E. A. (2000) Justice Irrelevant: Speculations on the Causes of ADR Southern California Law Review, 74: 83.

Dauer, E. A. & Nyhart, J. D. (1986) Dispute Resolution and Preventative Law: A Reply to Professor Brown Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1986: 59-62.

Davis, A. & Porter, K. (1985) Dispute Resolution: The Fourth 'R'. Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1985: 121-139.

Deja, D. R. (1999) The Required Submission of an ADR Joint Settlement Plan in Civil Cases in the Berrien County, Michigan Trial Court: An Evaluation of its Impact on Case Disposition Time Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 15: 173.

Deutsch, M. (1973) The Resolution of Conflict: Constructive and Destructive Processes, New Haven, CT.: Yale University Press.

Dryer, L. (1990) Litigation Management Proposals: Storm Clouds for Voluntary ADR Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1990: 293-346.

Dubow, F. L. & Currie, E. (1995) Police and 'Nonstranger' Conflicts in a San Francisco Neighbourhood: Notes on Mediation and Intimate Violence, in Engle Merry, S. & Milner, N. (Eds.) The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Edgar, R. A. (1995) A Judge's View: ADR and the Federal Courts - The Eastern Districts of Tennessee University of Memphis Law Review, 26: 995.

Eisele, G. T. (1991) The Case Against Mandatory Court-Annexed ADR Programs Judicature, 75: 34.

Elster, J. (1995) Strategic Uses of Arguments, in Arrow, K., Mnookin, R., Lee, R., Tversky, A. & Wilson, R. (Eds.) Barriers to Conflict Resolution. New York: W.W. Norton.

Esser, J. P. (1989) Evaluations of Dispute Processing: We Do Not Know What We Think and We Do Not Think What We Know. Denver University Law Review, 66: 499-543.

Fisher, R. & Brown, S. (1989) Getting Together, New York: Viking Penguin.

Fisher, R., Kopelman, E. & Kupfer Schneider, A. (1994) Beyond Machiavelli: Tools for Coping with Conflict, Cambridge, Mass. and London: Harvard University Press.

Fisher, R. & Ury, W. (1981) Getting to Yes - Negotiating an Agreement Without Giving In: Arrow Business Books.

Fitzpatrick, P. (1992) The Impossibility of Popular Justice Social and Legal Studies, 1: 199-215.

Fitzpatrick, P. (1995) The Impossibility of Popular Justice, in Engle Merry, S. & Milner, N. (Eds.) The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Fleming, R. W. (1985) Reflections on the ADR Movement Cleveland State Law Review, 34: 519.

Folberg, J., Rosenberg, J. & Barrett, R. (1991) Use of ADR in California Courts: Findings and Proposals University of San Francisco Law Review, 26: 343.

Folger, J. P., Poole, M. S. & Stutman, R. K. (1993) Working Through Conflict: Strategies for Relationships, Groups and Organizations, New York: HarperCollins.

Fox, E. A. (2004) Bringing Peace Into the Room Negotiation Journal, 20.

French Smith, W. (1984) Alternative Means of Dispute Resolution: Practices and Possibilities in the Federal Government Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1984: 9-24.

Fricker, N. & Walker, J. (1994) Alternative Dispute Resolution: State Responsibility or Second Best? . Civil Justice Quarterly, 13: 29-49.

Gale, P. (2000) Quality Assurance in ADR. Journal of ADR, Mediation and Negotiation, 1: 37-41.

Galton, E. R. & Kovach, K. K. (1999) Texas ADR: A Future So Bright We Gotta Wear Shades St Mary's Law Journal, 31: 949.

Garth, B. G. (2001) Tilting the Justice System: From ADR as Idealistic Movement to a Segmented Market in Dispute Resolution Georgia State University Law Review, 18: 927.

Garth, B. G. (2002) Taking Dispute Resolution Theory Seriously at Home and Abroad: Prospects and Limitations Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2003: 377-386.

Genn, H. (1993) Tribunals and Informal Justice Modern Law Review, 56: 393.

Genn, H. (2002) Court-based ADR Initiatives for Non-Family Civil Disputes: the Commercial Court and the Court of Appeal, London, Lord Chancellor's Department Research Secretariat.

Gerencser, A. E. (1998) Alternative Dispute Resolution has Morphed into Mediation: Standards of Conduct Must be Changed Florida Law Review, 50: 843.

Gibson, K. (1992) Confidentiality in Mediation: A Moral Reassessment Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1992: 25-66.

Gislason, A. F. (1998) Demystifying ADR Neutral Regulation in Minnesota: The Need for Uniformity and Public Trust in the 21st Century ADR System Minnesota Law Review, 83: 1839.

Glasser, C. & Roberts, S. (1993) Dispute Resolution: Civil Justice and its Alternatives Modern Law Review, 56: 277-281.

Goldberg, S. B., Green, E., D. & Sander, F. E. A. (1985) ADR Problems and Prospects: Looking to the Future Judicature, 69: 291.

Goldschmidt, J. (1996) Balancing Act: Implementing a Statewide Court-Sponsored ADR Program Judicature, 80: 222.

Guill, T. U. (1996) Framework for Understanding and Using ADR Tulane Law Review, 71: 1313.

Haley, J. (1987) Problem-Solving Therapy, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Handler, J. F. (1988) Dependent People, the State and the Modern/Postmodern Search for the Dialogic Community. UCLA Law Review, 35: 999-1113.

Harrison, H. F., Farnham, M. W., Peterson, J. K., Cheung, S. O. & Yeung, Y. W. (1998) The Effectiveness of the Dispute Resolution Advisor System: A Critical Appraisal International Journal of Project Management, 16: 367-374.

Heer, L. (1998) ADR/Mediation: A Survey of Legal Resources on the Web Canadian Law Library Review, 23: 53.

Henry, J. F. (1985) Alternative Dispute Resolution: Meeting the Legal Needs of the 1980's Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 1: 113-120.

Henry, J. F. (2000) Some Reflections on ADR Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2000: 63-70.

Henry, S. (1985) Community Justice, Capitalist Society and Human Agency: The Dialectics of Collective Law in the Co-operative Law and Society Review, 19: 303-327.

Hensler, D. R. (2000) ADR Research at the Crossroads Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2000: 71-98.

Hermann, M. G. (1989) The Dangers of ADR: A Three-Tiered System of Justice Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, 3: 117.

Herrman, M. S. (1989) ADR in Context: Linking our Past, Present and Possible Future Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, 3: 35-55.

Heydenberk, W. R., Heydenberk, R. A. & Perkins Bailey, S. (2003) Conflict Resolution and Moral Reasoning Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 21: 27-45.

Holmes Norton, E. (1990) Justice and Efficiency in Dispute Systems Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 5: 207-230.

Jones, T. S. (2004) Conflict Resolution Education: The Field, the Findings and the Future. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 22: 233-268.

Kahana, J. S. (1994) Reevaluating the Nursing Home Ombudsman's Role with a View Toward Expanding the Concept of Dispute Resolution Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1994: 217-234.

Katz, L. V. (1993) Compulsory Alternative Dispute Resolution and Voluntarism: Two-Headed Monster or Two Sides of the Coin? . Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1993: 1-56.

Keegan, J. M. (1987) The Peacemakers: Biblical Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation as a Model Alternative to Litigation Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1987: 11-26.

Kerbeshian, L. A. (1994) ADR: To Be Or... . North Dakota Law Review, 70: 381.

Kirkpatrick, L. C. (1991) Scholarly and Institutional Challenges to the Law of Evidence: From Bentham to the ADR Movement Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 25: 837.

Kochan, T. A., Lautsch, B. A. & Bendersky, C. (2000) An Evaluation of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Alternative Dispute Resolution Program Harvard Negotiation Law Review, 5.

Kritzer, H. M. (2004) Disappearing Trials? A Comparative Perspective Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 1: 735-754.

Lacy, D. A. (2002) Alternative Dispute Resolution or Appropriate Dispute Resolution: Will ADR Help or Hurt the EEP Complaint Procedure University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, 80: 31.

Lambros, J. T. D. (1985) The Alternatives Movement: Rekindling America's Creative Spirit Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 1: 3-6.

Landsman, S. (2004) ADR and the Cost of Compulsion Stanford Law Review, 57: 1593.

Lasensky, S., Blum, G., Shapiro, D. B., Raiffa, H., Lewis, S. & Malley, R. (2005) International Dimensions: What is the Role of Third Parties? . Negotiation Journal, 21.

Lederach, J. & Kraybill, R. (1995) The Paradox of Popular Justice: A Practitioner's View in Engle Merry, S. & Milner, N. (Eds.) The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.

Lederach, J. P. & Kraybill, R. (1995) The Paradox of Popular Justice: A Practitioner's View, in Engle Merry, S. & Milner, N. (Eds.) The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Likert, R. & Likert, J. G. (1976) New Ways of Managing Conflict, New York: McGraw-Hill.

Litt, G. A. (1999) No Confidence: The Problem of Confidentiality by Local Rule in the ADR Act of 1998 Texas Law Review, 78: 1015.

Lloyd-Bostock, S. (1996) Alternative Dispute Resolution and Civil Justice Reform: Is ADR Being Used to Paper Over Cracks? . Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 11: 387.

Lomax, L. A. (1994) Alternative Dispute Resolution in Bankruptcy: Rule 9019 and Bankruptcy Mediation Programmes. American Bankruptcy Law Journal, 68: 55.

Longan, P. E. (1994) Bureaucratic Justice Meets ADR: The Emerging Role for Magistrates as Mediators Nebraska Law Review, 73: 712.

Longmire, D. R. (1981) A Popular Justice System: Radical Alternatives to the Traditional Criminal Justice System. Contemporary Crisis, 5: 15-30.

Lowry, P. (1990) Employment Disputes and the Third Party, London: Macmillan.

Mabey, R. R., Tabb, C., J. & Dizengoff, I. S. (1994) Expanding the Reach of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Bankruptcy: The Legal and Practical Bases for the Use of Mediation and the Other Forms of ADR South Carolina Law Review, 46: 1259.

Marcus, D. & Senger, J. M. (2001) ADR and the Federal Government: Not Such Strange Bedfellows After All Modern Law Review, 66: 709.

Marks, S. C. (2000) Watching the Wind: Conflict Resolution During South Africa's Transition to Democracy, Washington D.C.: US Institute of Peace Press.

Marshall, B. K., Picou, J. S. & Schlichtmann, J. R. (2004) Technological Disasters, Litigation Stress and the Use of Alternative Dispute Mechanisms Law and Policy, 26: 289-307.

Marshall, P. (1998) Would ADR Have Saved Romeo and Juliet? . Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 36: 771.

Marshall, T. F. (1983) Alternatives to Criminal Courts: The Potential for Non-Judicial Dispute Settlements, Aldershot: Gower.

Matthews, R. (Ed.) (1988) Informal Justice?, London: Sage.

Maull, J. (1995) ADR in the Federal Courts: Would Uniformity be better? . Duquesne Law Review, 34: 245.

Mcadoo, B. (1991) The Minnesota ADR Experience: Exploration to Institutionalization Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy, 12: 65.

Mccabe, J. (2002) Uniformity in ADR: Thoughts on the Uniform Arbitration Act and Uniform Mediation Act 3: 317.

Mcclain, L. (1992) 'Atomistic Man' Revisited: Liberalism, Connection and Feminist Jurisprudence. Southern California Law Review, 65: 1171-1264.

Mccoy, T. R. (1995) The Sophisticated Consumer Guide to the Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques: What You Should Expect (or Demand) from ADR Services University of Memphis Law Review, 26: 975.

Mcewen, C. A. (1988) The ADR Movement: Theoretical Aspects and Practical Potential Maine Law Review, 40: 367.

Menkel-Meadow, C. (1984) Toward Another View of Legal Negotiation: The Structure of Probem Solving. UCLA Law Review, 31: 754-842.

Menkel-Meadow, C. (1991) Pursuing Settlement in Adversary Culture: A Tale of Innovation Co-opted or 'the Law of ADR'. Florida State University Law Review, 19: 361-379.

Menkel-Meadow, C. (1996) Introduction: What will we do when adjudication ends - A brief intellectual history of ADR UCLA Law Review, 44: 1613.

Menkel-Meadow, C. (1997) When Dispute Resolution Begets Disputes of its Own: Conflicts Among Dispute Professionals. UCLA Law Review, 44: 1871-1933.

Menkel-Meadow, C. (2000) Mothers and Fathers of Invention: The Intellectual Founders of ADR Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 16: 1-38.

Menkel-Meadow, C. (2001) And Now a Word About Secular Humanism, Spirituality and the Practice of Justice and Conflict Resolution. Fordham Urban Law Journal, 28: 1073-1087.

Menkel-Meadow, C. (Ed.) (2001) Mediation: Theory, Policy and Practice, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Menkel-Meadow, C. (2002) Practicing 'In the Interests of Justice' in the Twenty-First Century: Pursuing Peace as Justice. Fordham Law Review, 70: 1761-1774.

Mester, J. D. (1997) Administrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1996: Will the New Era of ADR in Federal Administrative Agencies Occur at the Expense of Public Accountability Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 13: 167.

Milner, A. (1974) Settling Disputes: The Changing Face of English Law. McGill Law Journal, 20: 521-553.

Moffitt, M. L. (2000) Will This Case Settle? An Exploration of Mediators Predictions Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 16: 39-90.

Montgomery, R. L. & Kidd, J. A. H. (2004) An appraisal of environmental conflict management provisions in New Zealand's Resource Management Act 1991 Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 45: 105-123.

Moon, R. T. Y. (1995) Visions of New Legal System: Could There be a Legal System that Better Incorporates the Strengths of ADR and Existing Legal Institutions Review of Litigation, 15: 475.

Morgan, A. E. (1991) ADR: In Search of the Emperor's New Clothes Golden Gate University Law Review, 21: 351.

Moyer, T. J. (1995) Essays: ADR as an Alternative to Our Culture of Confrontation Cleveland State Law Review, 43: 13.

Murray, J. S. (1984) Guideposts for an Institutional Framework of Consensual Dispute Processing Journal of Dispute Resolution: 45-76.

Nader, L. (1979) Disputing Without the Force of Law Yale Law Journal, 88: 998.

Nader, L. (1980) No Access to Law: Alternatives to the American Judicial System, New York: Academic Press.

Nader, L. (1988) The ADR Explosion - The Implications of Rhetoric in Legal Reform Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, 8: 269.

Nader, L. (1990) Harmony Ideology: Justice and Control in a Zapotec Mountain Village Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.

Nader, L. (1992) Trading Justice for Harmony. Forum: 12-14.

Nader, L. (1993) Controlling Processes in the Practice of Law: Hierarchy and Pacification in the Movement to Re-Form Dispute Ideology Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 9: 1-26.

Nader, L. (1995) When is Popular Justice Popular, in Engle Merry, S. & Milner, N. (Eds.) The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Nader, L. (1996) Coercive Harmony: The Political Economy of Legal Models, Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers no. 80. Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers, No 80.

Nelson, D., W. (2001) ADR in the Federal Courts - One Judge's Perspective: Issues and Challenges Facing Judges, Lawyers, Court Administrators and the Public Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 17.

Nelson, D., W. (2004) Which Way to True Justice: Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Adversarial Legalism Nebraska Law Review, 83: 167.

Neslund, N. (1990) Dispute Resolution: A Matrix of Mechanisms Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1990: 217-266.

Partington, M. (2004) Alternative Dispute Resolution: Recent Developments, Futures Challenges Civil Justice Quarterly, 23.

Pavlich, G. (1996) Justice Fragmented: Mediating Community Disputes Under Postmodern Conditions London: Routledge.

Picker, B. G. (1999) ADR: New Challenges, New Roles and New Opportunities Temple Law Review, 72: 833.

Pipkin, R. M. & Rifkin, J. (1984) Social Organization in Alternative Dispute Resolution: Implications for Professionalization of Mediation. Justice System Journal, 9: 204.

Radford, M. F. (1999) An Introduction to the Uses of Mediation and Other Forms of Dispute Resolution in Probate, Trust and Guardianship Matters. Real Property, Probate and Trusts Journal, 34: 601.

Rau, A. S. (2004) The Culture of American Arbitration and the Lessons of ADR Texas International Law Journal, 40: 449.

Rau, A. S., Sherman, E. F. & Peppet, S. R. (2002) Processes of Dispute Resolution: The Role of Lawyers, New York: Foundation Press.

Ray, L. & Clare, A. L. (1985) The Multi-Door Courthouse Idea: Building the Courthouse of the Futures...Today Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 1: 7-54.

Ray, L. & Kestner, P. (Eds.) (1988) The Multi-Door Experience: Dispute Resolution and the Courthouse of the Future, Washington DC: American Bar Association.

Resnik, J. (1995) Many Doors? Closing Doors? Alternative Dispute Resolution and Adjudication Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 10: 211-266.

Richman, R. (1991) Dispute Processing in China During Reform Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 7: 83-114.

Roberts, S. (1993) Alternative Dispute Resolution and Civil Justice: An Unresolved Relationship Modern Law Review, 56: 452-470.

Roberts, S. (1994) Law and Dispute Processes, in Ingold, T. (Ed.) Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology: Humanity, Culture and Social Life. London: Routledge.

Roberts, S. (1994) Re-Exploring the Pathways to Decision Making Law in Context, 12.

Roberts, S. & Glasser, C. (1993) Dispute Resolution: Civil Justice and its Alternatives Modern Law Review, 56: 277.

Roberts, S. & Palmer, M. (2005) Dispute Processes: ADR and the Primary Forms of Decision Making, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Rolph, E., Moller, E. & Peterson, L. (1996) Escaping the Courthouse: Private Alternative Dispute Resolution in Los Angeles Journal of Dispute Resolution, 1996: 277-324.

Rothschild, J. H. (1995) Dispute Transformation, the Influence of a Communication Paradigm of Disputing, and the San Francisco Community Boards Program, in Engle Merry, S. & Milner, N. (Eds.) The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Sabatino, J. M. (1998) ADR as Litigation Lite: Procedural and Evidentiary Norms Embedded Within Alternative Dispute Resolution Emory Law Journal, 47: 1289.

Sally, D. (2003) Yearn for Paradise, Live in Limbo: Optimal Frustration for ADR Penn State Law Review, 108: 89.

Sanchez, V. A. (1996) Towards a History of ADR: The Dispute Processing Continuum in Anglo-Saxon England and Today Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 11: 1-40.

Sanchez, V. A. (2002) Back to the Future of ADR: Negotiating Justice and Human Needs Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution, 18: 669.

Sandel, M. (1982) Liberalism and the Limits of Justice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sander, F. E. A. (2000) The Future of ADR Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2000: 3-10.

Santos, B. D. S. (1982) Popular justice, dual power and socialist strategy in Beirne, P. & Quinney, R. (Eds.) Marxism and Law. New York: John Wiley.

Sarat, A. (1988) The 'New Formalism' in Disputing and Dispute Processing. Law and Society Review, 21: 695-715.

Schmitz, S. J. (2001) What Should we Teach in ADR Courses: Concepts and Skills for Lawyers Representing Clients in Mediation Harvard Negotiation Law Review, 6: 189.

Schneider, A. K. (2000) Building a Pedagogy of Problem-Solving: Learning to Choose Among ADR Processes Harvard Negotiation Law Review, 5: 113.

Schoeny, M. & Warfield, W. (2000) Reconnecting Systems Maintenance with Social Justice: A Critical Role for Conflict Resolution Negotiation Journal, 16: 253-268.

Sebenius, J. K., Eiran, E., Feinberg, K. R., Cernea, M. & Mcgovern, F. (2005) Compensation Schemes and Dispute Resolution Mechanisms: Beyond the Obvious Negotiation Journal, 21.

Seidman Diamond, S. & Bina, J. (2004) Puzzles about Supply-Side Explanations for Vanishing Trials: A New Look at Fundamentals Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 1: 637-658.

Senft, L. P. & Savage, C. A. (2003) ADR in the Courts: Progress, Problems and Possiblities Penn State Law Review, 108: 327.

Shaw, M. L. (1989) ADR and the Courts: Some Emerging Issues Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, 3: 151.

Shonholtz, R. (2003) A General Theory on Disputes and Conflicts Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2003: 403-416.

Silbey, S. S. (1981) Making Sense of the Lower Courts Justice System Journal, 6: 13.

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