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9 Mediation Q. [i] (1991-1992)

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             MEDIATION



             QUARTERLY

SPONSORED BY THE ACADEMY OF FAMILY MEDIATORS


    Editor
PETER  R. MAIDA
Council of Better
Business Bureaus,
Arlington, Virginia


Assistant   Editor
SARAH  CHILDS GREBE
   Family Center for
Mediation & Counseling,
Kensington. Maryland


    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
  University of Virginia,
     Charlottesville
  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

    MICHAEL  D. LANG
      Private Practice,
      Portland, Maine

      JAMES H. LAUE
  George Mason University

    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 Mt., Georgia

 RAYMOND  SHONHOLTZ
 The  National Institute
 for Citizen Particiarion,
 San Francisco, Ca ornia

    LINDA STAMATO
    Rutgers University

    MARIA R. VOLPE
    John Jay College of
  Criminal justice, CUNY

    JANET  WALKER
    Newcastle upon Tyne
    University, England

    BURTON  I. ZOUB
    Private Practice,
    Chicago, Illinois

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


VOLUME 9                                  FALL  1991                              NUMBER 1


VOLUME 9


FALL  1991


NUMBER 1

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