Look Before You Leap and Keep on Looking: Lessons from the Institutionalization of Court-Connected Mediation
Hamline University School of Law
Penn State Law
January 1, 2005
Nevada Law Review, Vol. 5, 2005
This article will use the institutionalization of general civil mediation into the courts as a case study, with both hopeful and cautionary lessons for policy makers. This article will (1) examine the goals created for court-connected ADR; (2) assess to what extent court-connected mediation has achieved these goals, from the perspective of judges, lawyers, and parties; and (3) and propose reforms of court-connected mediation to better ensure the achievement of justice.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 34
Keywords: ADR, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Mediation
JEL Classification: J52, K00, K10, K49Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: August 17, 2011
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