5 No. 2 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. [i] (2004)

handle is hein.journals/cardcore5 and id is 1 raw text is: Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution
VOLUME 5              SPRING 2004              NUMBER 2
CONTENTS
Articles
Preface to the Justice in Mediation Symposium
L ela  P.  L ove  ............................................  59
Gollum, Meet Sm~agol: A Schizophrenic Rumination on
Mediator Values Beyond Self-Determination and
Neutrality
Jam es  R. Coben  .........................................  65
Know Justice, Know Peace: Further Reflections on Justice,
Equality and Impartiality in Settlement Oriented and
Transformative Mediations
Isabelle  R. Gunning  .....................................  87
Remembrance of Things Past? The Relationship of Past to
Future in Pursuing Justice in Mediation
Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow  ...............................  97
The Place of Court-Connected Mediation in a Democratic
Justice System
N ancy  A . W elsh  .........................................  117
Moveable Feasts: An Introduction
Christopher Honeyman  ..................................  145
New York Moveable Feast: Boundaries to Practice
Christopher Honeyman
Lela  P. Love  et al.  ......................................  147
Washington, D.C. Moveable Feast: The Odds on Leviathan-
Dispute Resolution and Washington, D.C.'s Culture
Christopher Honeyman
Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow et al. .......................... 159
San Diego Moveable Feast: Competition in Cooperation-
Building
Christopher Honeyman
Ellen  A. Waldman  et al. .................................  173

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