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After Professional Virtue, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Jan 1989

After Professional Virtue, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr.

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Teaching Mediation As A Lawyering Role Developments, Jacqueline Nolan-Haley Jan 1989

Teaching Mediation As A Lawyering Role Developments, Jacqueline Nolan-Haley

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The growth of the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) movement has generated an increased interest in the study and practice of mediation as a nonadversarial method of conflict resolution. With mediation, individuals settle their disputes using a neutral third party who has no power to impose a settlement. Historically, mediation has been widely neglected in legal education, and-except for those involved in the labor field-lawyers have not practiced it. Recent gains in visibility have not necessarily resulted in widespread acceptance of mediation. In fact, mediation has even been openly resisted by some members of the legal profession.


Autopsy Of A Murder: Using Simulation To Teach First Year Criminal Law, Stacy Caplow Jan 1989

Autopsy Of A Murder: Using Simulation To Teach First Year Criminal Law, Stacy Caplow

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Warrior Bards, Kevin Mccarthy, Michael E. Tigar Jan 1989

Warrior Bards, Kevin Mccarthy, Michael E. Tigar

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