32 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 695 (2017)
A New Relationship between Public and Private Dispute Resolution: Lessons from Online Dispute Resolution

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A New Relationship between Public and Private
Dispute Resolution: Lessons from Online Dispute
                         Resolution

             ORNA RABINOVICH-EINY & ETHAN KATSH*

   I. INTRODUCTION

   II. PRIVATE AND PUBLIC DISPUTE RESOLUTION
       A. The ADR Revolution
          1. Dissatisfaction with the Courts and Rise ofADR
          2. Critiques ofADR
          3. Institutionalization of ADR in Courts and
              Organizations
       B. Courts and Access to Justice
       C. The Relationship between Private and Public Justice

   III. THE RISE OF ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
       A. More Users, More Conflict
       B. The Evolution of the Field of ODR
           1. From Online ODR to ADR
           2. ODR Tools vs. ODR Systems

   IV. MOVING BEYOND THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE DISTINCTION

   V. CONCLUSION










   * Orna Rabinovich-Einy is Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Haifa and
Fellow, National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution. Ethan Katsh is Professor
Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts and Director, National Center for Technology
and Dispute Resolution. They are co-authors of Digital Justice: Technology and the
Internet of Disputes (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017).

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