12 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. [i] (2010-2011)

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VOLUME 12             FALL 2010           NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
Articles
The Inherent Tension Between Value Creation and Value
Claiming During Bargaining Interactions
Charles B. Craver .....................................  1
The Next Generation of Online Dispute Resolution: The
Significance of Holography to Enhance and Transform Dispute
Resolution
Susan Nauss Exon   .................................... 19
Deconstructing Dispute Classifications: Avoiding the Shadow
of the Law in Dispute System Design in Healthcare
Orna Rabinovich-Einy     ................................. 55
Navigating the Murky Waters of Untruth in Negotiation:
Lessons for Ethical Lawyers
Deborah Schmedemann    ................................ 83
Mediation Ethics: An Exploration of Four Seminal Texts
Barbara Wilson    ..................................... 119
Eleventh Annual International Advocate for
Peace Award Ceremony
International Advocate for Peace Award Acceptance Speech
Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat......................... 143
Notes
Keep Arbitration Alive: Why the Fairness in Nursing Home
Arbitration Act Should Not Be Passed
Margaret Baumer    .................................... 155
The High Cost of Mandatory Arbitration
Martha Nimmer...      ........................ ....... 183
Restoring Human Trafficking Victims Through Victim-Offender
Dialogue
Carina Patritti      ...................................... 217

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