Volume 5.2

Articles

Preface to the Justice in Mediation Symposium

- Lela P. Love

Gollum Meet Smeagol: A Schizophrenic Rumination on Mediator Values Beyond Self-Determination and Neutrality

- James R. Coben

Know Justice, Know Peace: Further Reflections on Justice, Equality and Impartiality in Settlement Oriented and Transformative Mediations

 - Isabelle R. Gunning

Remembrance of Things Past? The Relationship of Past to Future in Pursuing Justice in Mediation 

- Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow

The Place of Court-Connected Mediation in a Democratic Justice System 

- Nancy A. Welsh

Moveable Feasts: An Introduction 

- Christopher Honeyman

New York Moveable Feast: Boundaries to Practice

- Christopher Honeyman

Lela P. Love, et al.

Washington, D.C. Moveable Feast: The Odds on Leviathan – Dispute Resolution and Washington, D.C.’s Culture

- Christopher Honeyman

Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow, et al.

San Diego Moveable Feast: Competition in Cooperation-Building

- Christopher Honeyman

Ellen A. Waldman, et al.

 

Symposium

Association for Conflict Resolution Annual Conference 2003 – The World of Conflict Resolution: A Mosiac of Possibilities.  Session on Justice in Mediation

Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution: Justice in Mediation Symposium – March 12, 2004

Notes

Something’s Rotten in The State of Party-Appointed Arbitration:

Healing ADR’s Black Eye That is “Nonneutral Neutrals”

- Seth H. Lieberman

The Munich Pact of 1938: ADR Strategies for Our Time?

– Lionel D. Warshauer