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1986 Mediation Q. [i] (1986)

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                        Mediation Quarterly
             Journal of the Academy of Family Mediators

Editor-in-Chief

*John Allen Lemmon,   professor of social work education, San Francisco
  State University

Editorial Board

*Morna  Barksy, president, Divorce Mediation Council of New York; pri-
  vate practice in divorce mediation and psychotherapy, New York
*Thomas   A. Bishop, chair, family law section of the Connecticut Bar
  Association; fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers;
  private practice in matrimonial law and mediation, New London,
  Connecticut
*Emily M. Brown, director, Divorce and Marital Stress Clinic, Inc., Arling-
  ton, Virginia
Audrey  Devlin, executive director, Family Mediation Canada, Ottawa,
  Ontario, Canada
Robert Dingwall, senior research officer, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies,
  Oxford University, Oxford, England
Ellen J. Effron, chair, American Bar Association Family Mediation Insti-
  tute; private practice in matrimonial law and mediation, Paramus, New
  Jersey
Meyer Elkin, founding editor, Conciliation Courts Review, Beverly Hills,
  California
*Stephen K. Erickson, director, Family Mediation Services; vice president,
  Hennepin  County Bar Association Mediation Center, Minneapolis,
  Minnesota
*Dudley D. Flanders, president, Family Mediation Council of Louisiana;
  partner, private practice in law and mediation, New Orleans
Jay Folberg, president, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts;
  professor of law, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon
Linda K. Girdner, assistant professor, department of human development
  and family ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
*Lois Gold, director, Family Mediation Center, Portland, Oregon; vice
  president, Academy of Family Mediators
*John  M. Haynes, private practice in mediation, New York; president,
  Academy  of Family Mediators
*Lawrence  W. Kaplan, judge, family division, Court of Common Pleas of
  Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
*Florence W. Kaslow, director, Florida Couples and Family Institute, West
  Palm  Beach, Florida

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