35 Fordham Urb. L.J. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/frdurb35 and id is 1 raw text is: FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL
Volume XXXV          January 2008           Number 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
MINORITIES, MEDIATION AND METHOD:
THE VIEW FROM ONE COURT-CONNECTED
MEDIATION PROGRAM .................... Phyllis E. Bernard
THINKING ABOUT FAIRNESS & ACHIEVING
BALANCE IN MEDIATION .................... Sarah E. Burns  39
EVOLVING ISSUES IN REINSURANCE DISPUTES:
THE POWER OF ARBITRATORS ......... Robert W. DiUbaldo  83
ESSAYS
ADR AND LITIGATION INVOLVING
SOCIAL PROBLEMS ............................. Steven  Banks  109
BARRIERS TO PARTICIPATION:
CHALLENGES FACED BY MEMBERS OF
UNDERREPRESENTED RACIAL AND ETHNIC
GROUPS IN ENTERING, REMAINING, AND
ADVANCING IN THE ADR FIELD ........... Maria R. Volpe, 119
Robert A. Baruch Bush,
Gene A. Johnson, Jr.,
Christopher M. Kwok,
Janice Tudy-Jackson,
and Roberto Velez
COMMENTS
SECURING ONLINE TRANSACTIONS:
CRIME PREVENTION IS THE KEY ................ Michael Ena 147

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