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Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Poor Part I

What ADR Processes Exist and Why Advocates Should Become Involved

By Linda Singer, Michael Lewis, Alan W. Houseman & Elizabeth Singer

New institutions and nonjudicial methods for resolving disputes, promulgating roles, and budgeting funds are known collectively as alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Part I of this two-part article gives an overview of these processes and considers their relevance to legal services.

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