Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2005

Source Publication

Alberta Law Review. Volume 42, No. 3 (2005), p. 741.

Keywords

Dispute resoltion (Law)--Study and teaching; Justice, Administration of; Canada

Abstract

This article examines current dispute resolution teaching and research programs in the context of improving access to justice through recent civil justice reform initiatives. Animated by extensive domestic and international literature, online and survey-based research, the article explores the landscape of alternative dispute resolution education (primarily at law schools), comments on the need for continued thinking and reform and acts as a leading resource to assist in the ongoing, collaborative development of dispute resolution initiatives in legal education in Canada and abroad.

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