2011 J. Disp. Resol. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/jdisres2011 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
VOLUME 2011, NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM
Procedural Justice and the Rule of Law: Fostering                     Tom R. Tyler
Legitimacy in Alternative Dispute Resolution  .................Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff  I
Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Rule of Law in
International Development Cooperation..............................James Michel        21
Helga Turku
Access to Justice and Alternative Dispute Resolution ...................................................William Davis  47
Reflections on Designing Governance to Produce the  ,
Rule of Law .................................................................................................... Lisa  Blomgren  Bingham  67
The Family, the Market, and ADR................................................................................ Amy J. Cohen  91
ADR and Transitional Justice as Reconstructing the
Rule of Law .............................................................................................................. M ichal Alberstein  127
A Deliberative Look at Alternative Dispute
Resolution and the Rule of Law................................................................................Peter M uhlberger  145
Lost in Translation: Can Exporting ADR Harm
Rule of Law Development?                                              Cynthia Alkon    165
Comment: Trends and Challenges in Bringing
Together ADR and the Rule of Law      ............................. Stephanie E. Smith  189
NOTES
Dispensing Injustice: Stolt-Nielson and Its Implications.......................................Nicholas Goodrich  197
A New Twist on an Old Approach: Missouri's Use of
Unconscionability and Consent in the Class Arbitration
W aiver Analysis...................................................................................................... W hitney  Hampton  209
On Precarious Ground: Binding Arbitration Clauses,
Collective Bargaining Agreements, and Waiver of
Statutory Workplace Discrimination Claims Post-Pyett........................................ J. Nicholas Haynes  225
De Novo a No No: Contractually Expanded Judicial
Review Clauses Do Not Preclude FAA Application in
State Court Unless the Parties Make it Intentionally
Clear The FAA Does Not Apply in Their Agreement....................................................Tom Swoboda  239

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