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Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Poor—Part II

Dealing with Problems in Using ADR and Choosing a Process

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

New institutions and nonjudicial methods for resolving disputes, promulgating rules, and budgeting funds are known by the acronym "ADR" for alternative dispute resolution. Part II of this two-part article poses questions that should be raised about ADR processes and suggests sources for further exploration of these programs.

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