Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution, Issue 11:1 (February 2010)

The Jurisprudence of Mediation: Between Formalism, Feminism and Identity Conversations
– Michal Alberstein

Multijurisdictional ADR Practice: Lessons for Litigators
– Kristen M. Blankley, Emily E. Root, and John Minter

An Anthropologist’s Approach to Mediation
– Rebecca Golbert

Private Military Companies & International Law: Building New Ladders of Legal Accountability & Responsibility
– Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto and Benedict Sheehy

Bad Medicine: On Disciplining Physician Felons
– Milton Heumann, Brian Pinaire, and Simon Burger

Ninth Annual International Advocate for Peace Award Ceremony
Opening Remarks
– Jack Himmelstein

International Advocate for Peace Award Acceptance Speech
– Amira Dotan

Yada, Yada, Yada: Seinfeld, the Law and Mediation
– Paul Devendorf

Licensing Technology to the BRICS: The Case for ADR
– Aaron Pereira

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Small Consensual Litigation: Too Much of a Good Thing?
– Mark S. Simms

Disciplining the Disciplinary Systems in Professional Sports: An Attempt to Fix the Arbitrary and Overreaching Disciplinary Powers of Sports Commissioners
– David Sirotkin

Coping with Combat Claims: An Analysis of the Foreign Claims Act’s Combat Exclusion
– Jordan Walerstein

Judges Gone Wild: Why Breaking the Mediation Confidentiality Privilege for Acting in “Bad Faith” Should be Reevaluated in Court-Ordered Mandatory Mediation
– Samara Zimmerman

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  1. Thanks so much for posting a link to the article I wrote with Emily Root and John Minter! I hope that others find it useful.

    I should note that the staff at the Cardozo Journal for Conflict Resolution was an absolute delight to work with!

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