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Submissions from 2013

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ADR's Place in Foreclosure: Remedying the Flaws of a Securitized Housing Market, Lydia Nussbaum

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Forced Arbitration Undermines Enforcement of Federal Laws by Suppressing Consumers' and Employees' Ability to Bring Claims, Jean R. Sternlight

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Behavioral Legal Ethics, Jean R. Sternlight and Jennifer K. Robbennolt

Submissions from 2012

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Tainted Love: An Increasingly Odd Arbitral Infatuation in Derogation of Sound and Consistent Jurisprudence, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Paradox Lost: The Potential of Restorative Attorney Discipline — With a Cautionary Call for Making Distinctions, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Mandatory Binding Arbitration Clauses Prevent Consumers from Presenting Procedurally Difficult Claims, Jean R. Sternlight

Psychology for Lawyers: Understanding the Human Factors in Negotiation, Litigation and Decision Making, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 2011

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Introduction: Brewing Lemonade: Conflict Resolution and the Economic Crisis, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 2010

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Feeding the Right Wolf: A Niebuhrian Perspective on the Opportunities and Limits of Mindful Core Concerns Dispute Resolution, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Lawyerless Dispute Resolution: Rethinking a Paradigm, Jean R. Sternlight

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The Potential Contribution of ADR to an Integrated Curriculum: Preparing Law Students to Real World Lawyering, Jean R. Sternlight

Dispute Resolution: Beyond the Adversarial Model, Jean R. Sternlight, Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow, Lela Porter Love, and Andrea Kupfer Schneider

Submissions from 2009

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Fixing the Mandatory Arbitration Problem: We Need the Arbitration Fairness Act of 2009, Jean R. Sternlight

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Dispute Resolution and the Quest for Justice, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 2008

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Mandating Minimum Quality in Mass Arbitration, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Introduction: Collaboration Good or Bad: How is it Working on the Colorado River?, Jean R. Sternlight

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Good Lawyers Should Be Good Psychologists: Insights for Interviewing and Counseling Clients, Jean R. Sternlight and Jennifer Robbennolt

Submissions from 2007

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In Defense of Mandatory Binding Arbitration (if Imposed on the Company), Jean R. Sternlight

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Introduction: Dreaming About Arbitration Reform, Jean R. Sternlight

Is Alternative Dispute Resolution Consistent with Rule of Law? Lessons from Abroad, Jean R. Sternlight

Books from 2006

Mediation Theory and Practice, Jean R. Sternlight, James J. Alfini, Sharon B. Press, and Joseph B. Stulberg

Arbitration Law in America: A Critical Assessment, Jean R. Sternlight, Edward Brunet, Richard E. Speidel, and Stephen J. Ware

Submissions from 2005

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ADR: The New Equity, Thomas O. Main

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Creeping Mandatory Arbitration: Is It Just?, Jean R. Sternlight

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Foreward: Competing and Complementary Rule Systems: Civil Procedure and ADR, Jean R. Sternlight

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Separate and Not Equal: Integrating Civil Procedure and ADR in Legal Academia, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 2004

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Arbitration, Unconscionability, and Equilibrium: The Return of Unconscionability Analysis as a Counterweight to Arbitration Formalism, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Lawyers, Democracy and Dispute Resolution: The Declining Influence of Lawyer-Statesmen Politicians and Lawyerly Values, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Boyd School of Law Establishes Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution, Jean R. Sternlight

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In Search of the Best Procedure for Enforcing Employment Discrimination Laws: A Comparative Analysis, Jean R. Sternlight

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Using Arbitration to Eliminate Consumer Class Actions: Efficient Business Practice or Unconscionable Abuse?, Jean R. Sternlight and Elizabeth J. Jensen

Submissions from 2003

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Forgetfulness, Fuzziness, Functionality, Fairness, and Freedom in Dispute Resolution: Serving Dispute Resolution Through Adjudication, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Symposium Introduction, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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ADR is Here: Preliminary Reflections on Where it Fits in a System of Justice, Jean R. Sternlight

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The Rise and Spread of Mandatory Arbitration as a Substitute for the Jury Trial, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 2002

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"An Overwhelming Question" About Non-Formal Procedure, Thomas O. Main

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Is the U.S. Out on a Limb? Comparing the U.S. Approach to Mandatory Consumer and Employment Arbitration to that of the Rest of the World, Jean R. Sternlight

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Should an Arbitration Provision Trump the Class Action? No: Permitting Companies to Skirt Class Actions Through Mandatory Arbitration Would be Dangerous and Unwise, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 2001

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Mandatory Binding Arbitration and the Demise of the Seventh Amendment Right to a Jury Trial, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 2000

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Identifying Real Dichotomies Underlying the False Dichotomy: Twenty-First Century Mediation in an Eclectic Regime, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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The Inevitability of the Eclectic: Liberating ADR from Ideology, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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As Mandatory Binding Arbitration Meets the Class Action, Will the Class Action Survive?, Jean R. Sternlight

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Fighting Arbitration Clauses in Franchisor Contracts, Jean R. Sternlight

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Is Binding Arbitration a Form of ADR?: An Argument That the Term "ADR" Has Begun to Outlive Its Usefulness, Jean R. Sternlight

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Protecting Franchisees from Abusive Arbitration Clauses, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 1999

Theralaw and the Law-Business Paradigm Debate, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Compelling Arbitration of Claims Under the Civil Rights Act of 1866: What Congress Could Not Have Intended, Jean R. Sternlight

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Lawyers' Representation of Clients in Mediation: Using Economists and Psychology to Structure Advocacy in a Non-Adversarial Setting, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 1998

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A More Complete Look at Complexity, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Contracting Access to the Courts: Myth or Reality? Bane or Boon?, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Forum Shopping for Arbitration Decisions: Federal Courts' Use of Antisuit Injunctions Against State Courts, Jean R. Sternlight

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Mandatory Pre-Dispute Arbitration: Steps Need to Be Taken to Prevent Unfairness to Employees and Consumers, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 1997

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Beyond Formalism and False Dichotomies: The Need for Institutionalizing a Flexible Concept of the Mediator's Role, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Gateway Widens Doorway to Imposing Unfair Binding Arbitration on Consumers, Jean R. Sternlight

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Rethinking the Constitutionality of the Supreme Court's Preference for Binding Arbitration: A Fresh Assessment of Jury Trial, Separation of Powers, and Due Process Concerns, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 1996

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Bootstrapping and Slouching Toward Gomorrah: Arbitral Infatuation and the Decline of Consent, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Reflections of Judicial ADR and the Multi-door Courthouse at Twenty: Fait Accompli, Failed Overture, or Fledgling Adulthood, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Panacea or Corporate Tool?: Debunking the Supreme Court's Preference for Binding Arbitration, Jean R. Sternlight

Submissions from 1993

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New Paradigm, Normal Science, or Crumbling Construct? Trends in Adjudicatory Procedure and Litigation Reform, Jeffrey W. Stempel

Submissions from 1991

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A Better Approach to Arbitrability, Jeffrey W. Stempel

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Reconsidering the Employment Contract Exclusion in Section 1 of the Federal Arbitration Act: Correcting the Judiciary's Failure of Statutory Vision, Jeffrey W. Stempel

Submissions from 1990

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Pitfalls of Public Policy: The Case of Arbitration Agreements, Jeffrey W. Stempel