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13 Mediation Q. [i] (1995-1996)

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            MEDIATION



            QUARTERLY

SPONSORED BY THE ACADEMY OF FAMILY MEDIATORS


      Editor
  PETER R. MAIDA
Key Bridge Therapy and
  Mediation Center,
  Arlington, Virginia


  Editor-Elect
MICHAEL  D. LANG
McGregor School of
Antioch University


    MORNA   BARSKY
    Private Practice,
    Baldwin, New York

  ROBERT D. BENJAMIN
    Mediation Services,
    St. Louis, Missouri

    EMILY M. BROWN
    Key Bridge Therapy
    and Mediation Center,
    Arlington, Virginia

  ROBERT  DINGWALL
  School of Social Studies,
  Nottingham, England

  ROBERT   E. EMERY
  Univ   it o Virnia,
        Calttesville

  NANCY  A. FLATTERS
     Calgary, Canada

     JAY FOLBERG
     University of
     San Francisco

   LINDA K. GIRDNER
       Consensus,
   Alexandria, Virginia

   JOHN  M. HAYNES
   Nationwide Prepaid
     Legal Services,
  Huntington, New York

MARGARET   S. HERRMAN
   University of Georgia

   HOWARD   IRVING
   University of Toronto

FLORENCE   W. KASLOW
Florida Couples and Family
Institute, West Palm Beach,
        Florida

    JOAN  B. KELLY
    Northern California
    Mediation Center,
 Corte Madera, California


    Editorial  Board
    KENNETH  KRESSEL
    Rutgers University
    BARBARA  LANDAU
      Private Practice,
      Toronto, Ontario

    RICHARD  MATHIS
    Nicholls State University

    HUGH McISAAC
    Conciliation Court,
    Los Angeles, California

    BERNARD  S. MAYER
      CDR Associates,
      Boulder, Colorado

   JAMES  C. MELAMED
     Academy of Family
  Mediators, Eugene, Oregon

CARRIE MENKEL-MEADOW
   University of California
       at Los Angeles

     SALLY E. MERRY
     Wellesley College

  CHRISTOPHER   MOORE
      CDR Associates,
      Boulder, Colorado

      JACQUELINE M.
      NOLAN-HALEY
    Fordham University

    LISA PARKINSON
 Family Mediators Association,
     Henbury, England

     JESSICA PEARSON
  Center for Policy Research,
     Denver, Colorado


   FELICE DAVIDSON
     PERLMUTTER
     Temple University

     JANET RIFKIN
University of Massachusetts,
        Amherst

  LEONARD   L. RISKIN
      University of
    Missouri-Columbia

  FRANK  E. A. SANDER
  Harvard Law School

  DONALD T. SAPOSNEK
  Family Mediation Service,
    Aptos, California

  CARL D. SCHNEIDER
     Private Practice,
 Stone Mountain, Georgia

 CLAUDINE  ScHWEBER
 University of Maryland

RAYMOND   SHONHOLTZ
   The National Institute
 for Citizen Participation,
 San Francisco, California

   LINDA  STAMATO
   Rutgers University

 MICHAEL  VAN  SLYCK
    Albany, New York

    MARIA R. VOLPE
    John Jay College of
  CriminalJustice, CUNY

    JANET WALKER
    Newcastle upon Tyne
    University, England

    BURTON  1. ZOUB
    Private Practice,
    Chicago, Illinois

    ZENA  ZUMETA
    The Ann Arbor
    Mediation Center,
    Ann Arbor, Michigan


VOLUME 13                                 FALL  1995                               NUMBER 1


VOLUME 13


FALL   1995


NUMBER 1

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