10 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. [i] (2008-2009)

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VOLUME 10               FALL 2008             NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
Book Review
Meet the New Lawyer (reviewing Julie Macfarlane, The New
Lawyer: How Settlement Is Transforming the Practice of
Law (2008))
A rthur  Pearlstein  ........................................
Articles
ADR and Collective Trauma: Constructing the Forum for the
Traumatic Fuss
M ichal A lberstein  ........................................  11
What's a Cross-Cultural Mediator to do? A Low-Context
Solution for a High-Context Problem
John  B arkai  .............................................  43
A Systemic Perspective of ADR in Latin America: Enhancing
the Shadow of the Law through Citizen Participation
Mariana Herndndez Crespo .............................   91
Technology Mediated Dispute Resolution Can Improve the
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Ethical Practices
System: The Deaf Community is Well Prepared and Can
Lead by Example
David Allen Larson and Paula Gajewski Mickelson ..... 131
Understanding Indigenous Dispute Resolution Processes and
Western Alternative Dispute Resolution: Cultivating
Culturally Appropriate Methods in Lieu of Litigation
C arlo  O si ................................................  163
Commentary
Denial as a Security Concept
Taner  A kcam   ............................................  233

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