Why Teach Alternative Dispute Resolution to Law Students? Part One: Past and Current Practices and Some Unanswered Questions
Because alternative dispute resolution processes are entrenched in the Australian legal system, alternative dispute resolution courses are included in most law school curricula Australia-wide. The article examines the origins and status quo of alternative dispute resolution legal education. The article also considers whether the adversarial, lawyer-centred elements of the current legal culture are capable of being transformed into a more collaborative, client centred approach to practising law.
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Gutman, Judy; Fisher, Tom; and Martens, Erika
"Why Teach Alternative Dispute Resolution to Law Students? Part One: Past and Current Practices and Some Unanswered Questions,"
Legal Education Review: Vol. 16
, Article 7.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ler/vol16/iss1/7
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