9 Disp. Resol. Mag. 1 (2002-2003)

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Published by
The American Bar Association
Section of Dispute Resolution
Editorial Board
Chair
Frank E.A. Sander
Harvard Law School
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Members
James J. Alfini
Northern Illinois U. College of Law
DeKalb, Illinois
Julie Bretz
U.S. EEOC
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Melanie Greenberg
Washington, D.C.
Harry Mazadoorian
Quinnipiac University School of Law
Hamden, Connecticut
Section Council Uaison
David Hoffman
The New Law Center LLC
Boston, Mass.
Section Chair
Bruce Meyerson
Bruce Meyerson PLLC
Phoeni  Ariz.
Section Director
Jack C. Hanna
Editor
Richard C. Reuben
University of Missouri-Columbia
School of Law
Managing Editor
H. Kyo Suh
Associate Editors
Gina Viola Brown
Melody Richardson Daily
Carol L. Eoannou
Barbara Kate Repa
Jennifer Smith
Organizational affiliation
for Identification purposes only.
Defending Liberty
Pursuing Justice

E                                   ,            Number 1
Focus: Arbitration
3 Multiparty Disputes: Managing variables key to successful arbitration
By Francis McGovern
5 Arbitration Ethics: Winds of reform blowing from the West?
By Jay Folberg
Should California's ethics rules be adopted nationwide?
10     Yes! They represent thoughtful solutions to real problems
By Gall Hillebrand
13     No! They are overbroad and will disocurage use of arbitration
By Ruth V Glick
16 Frame of Reference: Imposed arbitration reforms threaten
to stifle strength of commercial arbitration
By Richard Chernick
Features
17 Mediation Mandate: Refusing to mediate becoming more difficult
on both sides of Atlantic
By James E. McGuire
20 The Science of Influence: Using six principles of persuasion to
negotiate, mediate more effectively
By Robert B. Cialdini, Roselle L. Wissler and Nicholas J. Schweitzer
23 Paradoxes of Mediation
By David A. Hoffman
27 Book Review: Bennett explains arbitration fundamentals,
without the legalese
By Amy J. Schmitz
Special Supplement: Index of Articles, Spring 1994 - Summer 2002

From the Chair
Book Notes
ADR News
State & Federal Cases
Federal Legislative Update
The Lighter Side

Departments
Cover and inside art: Jeff Dionise

Dispute Resolution Magazine is published quarterly by the American Bar Association
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