ADR and the courts: a manual for judges and lawyers : innovative strategies for case management, early settlement, and dispute resolution
Butterworth Legal Publishers, Dec 1, 1987 - Law - 349 pages
Lawyers, judges, and legal scholars explain specific, practical methods for promoting better case management, earlier settlements and sound dispute resolution inside and outside the courtroom, in this manual.
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