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UNBUNDLING: Current Developments and Future Trends
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Family Lawyering: Past, Present, and Future
Family law practice in the United States has changed dramatically in the past fifty years due to major social and legal changes. Family courts have had to deal with increased caseloads and they haveExpand
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Collaborative Lawyers' Duties to Screen the Appropriateness of Collaborative Law and Obtain Clients' Informed Consent to Use Collaborative Law
Collaborative Law (CL) is an innovative dispute resolution process that offers significant benefits but also poses significant non-obvious risks. This Article provides a systematic analysis of theseExpand
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Mediation has evolved, grown, and been accepted within our society from preschools to doctoral programs and in courts, legislatures, and private industry. The passage of the Uniform Mediation Act,Expand
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Educating the New Lawyer: Teaching Lawyers to Offer Unbundled and Other Client-Centric Services
In this article, Forrest Mosten and Julie Macfarlane build a new bridge in their 30-year professional relationship by linking their separate but complementary work in access to legal services,Expand
Mediation Makes Sense: How to prevent an international crisis
child custody conflict can esca late quickly into an international fam ily law crisis. An extremely tense and emotional family situation may be pushed further out of control by law yers operatingExpand
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The Evolving Field of Mediation in the United States
Historically in the United States, we have used the court system as the way to settle disputes. As a society we are coming to recognize that this system is not working to our advantage and we areExpand