Some Early Observations on an Experiment with Mandatory Mediation

@inproceedings{Lubet1989SomeEO,
  title={Some Early Observations on an Experiment with Mandatory Mediation},
  author={Steven Lubet},
  year={1989}
}
Advocates of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) disagree about many things, but they are virtually unanimous that the litigation system is in serious need of reform. It is too slow, too expensive, too cumbersome, too lawyer-dominated, too inaccessible, too mystified, and too regimented. Alternative dispute resolution, particularly as typified by mediation, promises to be more efficient, more humane, more empowering, and more creative. To be sure, conventional dispute resolution has its… CONTINUE READING