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Dispute Resolution: Beyond the Adversarial Model

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Edition: 2nd ed., 2011
Author(s): Menkel-Meadow, Love, et al
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This comprehensive, sophisticated examination of the current state of ADR incorporates four key aspects for each of the Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration, and Hybrid dispute resolution processes: the theoretical framework defining the process, the skills needed to practice it, the ethical issues implicated in its use, and the legal and policy analyses relevant to the process. This thorough and rigorous approach results in a casebook that is both up-to-date and provocative.

Dispute Resolution: Beyond the Adversarial Model immerses students in the dispute resolution experience: comprehensive, current coverage of all key areas of ADR, with a rich range of timely cases and readings a distinguished, author team, each member a leader in dispute resolution practice and scholarship, making full use of each member's experience and accomplishments in teaching, field work, policy making, and standards drafting a practical approach to problem solving that engages students as active participants in resolving human and legal problems and uses individual or combined resolution processes in varying gender, race, and cultural contexts; separate chapters addressing international and multi-party dispute resolution, providing thorough, comprehensive treatment of these important, high-interest contexts and applications.

Table of Contents includes:
Entering the Fields of Conflict and Dispute Resolution;
Negotiation: Concepts and Models;
Skills and Practices in Negotiation;
Negotiation: Law, Ethics, and Policy;
Mediation: Concepts and Models;
Mediation: Skills and Practices for the Mediator and the Attorney in Mediation;
Mediation: Law, Ethics, and Policy;
Arbitration: Concepts and Models;
Arbitration: Law and Policy;
Arbitration: Skills, Practices, and Ethics;
Private and Public Hybrid Processes;
Multiparty Dispute Resolution Processes;
Planning for Dispute Resolution;
Conflict Resolution in the International Legal Order;
Thinking Critically About Nonadjudicatory Processes;
Counseling About Dispute Resolution Processes.

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Author Menkel-Meadow, Love, et al
ISBN 9780735589193
Edition 2nd ed., 2011
Publisher Aspen Publishing