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Legal Fairness in ADR Processes - Implications for Research and Teaching

  title={Legal Fairness in ADR Processes - Implications for Research and Teaching},
  author={John Zeleznikow and Emilia Bellucci},
One of the major concerns raised by people using negotiation processes is about the fairness or justice of the process. Individuals undertake negotiation to derive better outcomes than would otherwise occur, which requires them to engage in interest-based negotiation. But interest-based negotiation focuses upon the interests of the disputants rather than any objective legal measures of "fairness" – that is, legal justness, not the more commonly accepted negotiation concept of meeting the… Expand
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