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7 Disp. Resol. Mag. 1 (2000-2001)

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Published by
The American Bar Association
Section of Dispute Resolution
Nancy H. Rogers
Ohio State Univ. College of Law
Columbus, Ohio
Frank E.A. Sander
Harvard Law School
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Steven Gonzales
Phoenix, Arizona
Harry Mazadoorian
Quinnipiac Univ. School of Law
Hamden, Connecticut
Carroll Neesemann
Morrison & Foerster LLP
New York, New York
Stephanie Smith
William and Flora Hewlett
Menlo Park, California
Section Council Uaison
James J. Alfini
Northern Illinois U. College of Law
DeKalb, Illinois
Section Chair
Justice Benjamin F. Overton (Ret.)
Supreme Court of Florida
Tallahassee, Florida
Section Director
Jack C. Hanna
ABA Section of Dispute Resolution
Richard C. Reuben
University of Missouri-Columbia
School of Law
Associate Editors
Melody A. Daily
University of Missouri-Columbia
School of Law
Jennifer Smith
Harvard Law School
Managing Editor
H. Kyo Suh
ABA Section of Dispute Resolution

C 0 N T E N T S     FALL 2000     VOLUME7,NUMBER1
FOCUS: ADR in Criminal Cases
Maria Volpe served as guest editor for this edition.
4 ADR in the Criminal Justice System: Promises and challenges
By Maria Volpe
8 Personalizing Crime: Victim offender mediation
By Marty Price
12 Mediating Misdemeanors: Big successes in smaller cases
By Nancy Hirshman
14 Building Partnerships: Mediation gives police a new role
By Pamela Moore
17 Police Mediators: Training hones skill
By Christopher Cooper
18 Easing Tensions: Mediation builds bridges in brutality cases
By Vivian Berger
19 Looking Ahead: Mandatory mediation for criminal cases?
By Jennifer Smith
22 A Pioneer Looks Back: An 'exit' interview with CPR's Jim Henry
By Frank E.A. Sander and James F. Henry


Letters to the Editor
From the Chair
Videotape Review
ADR News
Federal/State Cases
Electronic ADR
The ADR Calendar
The Lighter Side

CoverArt: Jeff Dionise

Dispute Resolution Magazine is published quarterly by the American Bar Associa-
tion Section of Dispute Resolution (ISSN: 1077-3582). © 2000, American Bar Associa-
Editorial Policy: Dispute Resolution Magazine welcomes a diversity of viewpoints.
Articles, therefore, reflect the views of their authors, and do not necessarily represent
the position of the American Bar Association, the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution or
the editors of the magazine.
Contacting the Magazine: Articles, letters, and other correspondence can be sent to
Dispute Resolution Magazine, ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, 740 15th Street N.W.,
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of the Section of Dispute Resolution may subscribe to the magazine for $25 per year.
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Online Articles: Westlaw: DISPRES.

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