2014 J. Disp. Resol. [i] (2014)

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                    JOURNAL OF

            DISPUTE RESOLUTION

    A publication of the University of Missouri School of Law
in conjunction with the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution.

                   Volume 2014, Number 1

                        EDITOR IN CHIEF
                        RACHEL M. HIRSHBERG


ASSOCIATE EDITOR IN CHIEF
       JESSICA COGHILL

  LEAD ARTICLES EDITOR
      MATTHEW REDDISH


    MANAGING EDITOR
         AMY OSLICA

LAYOUT AND DESIGN EDITOR
       MOLLY KARCHER


  ASSOCIATE MANAGING EDITORS
          ALEXANDRA KLAUS
          KRISTEN SANOCKI
          CRYSTAL SETTLEMOIR

SENIOR NOTE AND COMMENT EDITOR
           JOANNA BYRNE

   NOTE AND COMMENT EDITORS
          BENJAMIN BAKULA
          THOMAS HOTARD
          RYAN J. NICHOLS


            MEMBERS


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     KATHERINE KOLISCH

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
      LAURA COLEMAN


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TAYLOR C. LEONARD
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   PAIGE TUNGATE
 MONTANA VINSON
 KAEANNA WOOD

 FACULTY ADVISOR
 RICHARD C. REUBEN


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