Online Library guide to essential readings for Alternative Dispute Resolution - 2020

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Topic 1

Essential reading 1

Roberts, S. and M. Palmer Dispute processes: ADR and the primary forms of decision-making. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005) 2nd edition

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Essential reading 2

Cappelletti, M. ‘Alternative dispute resolution processes within the framework of the world-wide access-to-justice movement’, The Modern Law Review 56(3) 1993, pp.282–96.

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Essential reading 3

Antaki, N.N. ‘Chapter 11: Cultural diversity and ADR practices in the world’ in Goldsmith, J.C., A. Ingen-Housz and G.H. Pointon (eds), ADR in business: practice and issues across countries and cultures 1. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2006)

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Topic 2

Essential reading 1

Sander, F.E.A. and L. Rozdeiczer ‘Matching cases and dispute resolution procedures: detailed analysis leading to a mediation-centred approach’, Harvard Negotiation Law Review 11 2006, pp. 1

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Essential reading 3

Rabinovich-Einy, O. and E. Katsh ‘A new relationship between public and private dispute resolution: lessons from online dispute resolution’, Ohio State Journal of Dispute Resolution 32(4) 2017, pp.695–724

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Topic 3

Essential reading 3

Sorabji, J. ‘The online solutions court – a multi-door courthouse for the 21st century’, Civil Justice Quarterly 36(1) 2017, pp.86–108.

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Essential reading 4

Cortes, P. ‘The online court – filling the gaps of the civil justice system?’, Civil Justice Quarterly 36(1) 2017, pp.109–26.

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Topic 4

Essential reading 2

Ahmed, M. ‘Implied compulsory mediation’, Civil Justice Quarterly 31(2) 2012, pp.151–75.

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Topic 5

Essential reading 3

Roberts, S. and M. Palmer Dispute processes, ADR and the primary forms of decision-making. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005) 2nd edition. Chapter 5, G, Ethical Issues in negotiation, pp.146–51

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Essential reading 4

Spencer, D. and M. Brogan Mediation law and practice. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006) Chapter 6, pp.182–6, pp.202–12 (up to but not including Ethical standards for mediators) and pp.214–22

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Essential reading 2

P.H. Gulliver ‘Negotiations as a mode of dispute settlement: towards a general model’, Law & Society Review 7(4) 1973, pp.667–92.

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Essential reading 3

Lewicki, R.J. and R.J. Robinson ‘Ethical and unethical bargaining tactics: an empirical study’, Journal of Business Ethics 17(6) 1998, pp.665–82.

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Essential reading 4

Banas, J.T. and J.M. Parks ‘Lambs among lions? The impact of ethical ideology on negotiation behaviours and outcomes’, International Negotiation 7(2) 2002, pp.235–60

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Topic 8

Essential reading 1

Spencer, D. and M. Brogan Mediation law and practice. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006) Chapter 3 The theory and philosophy of mediation.

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Essential reading 3

Menkel-Meadow, C. ‘Chapter 3 The future of mediation worldwide: legal and cultural variations in the uptake of or resistance to mediation’ in Macduff, I. (ed) Essays on mediation: dealing with disputes in the 21st century: global trends in dispute resolution. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Wolters Kluwer, 2016)

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Essential reading 4

Waye, V. ‘Mandatory mediation in Australia’s civil justice system’, Common Law World Review 45(2–3) 2016, pp.214–35.

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Essential reading 5

Love, L.P. ‘The top ten reasons why mediators should not evaluate’, Florida State University Law Review 24(4) 1997, pp.937–48.

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Topic 9

Essential reading 1

Briggs, J. ‘Mediation privilege? Part one’, New Law Journal 159(7363) 2009, p.506.

Briggs, J. ‘Mediation privilege? Part two’, New Law Journal 159(7364-5) 2009, p.550

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Essential reading 2

Brazil, W.D. ‘Early neutral evaluation or mediation? When might ENE deliver more value?’, Dispute Resolution Magazine 14 2007, pp.10–5.

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Essential reading 3

Levine, D.I. ‘Early neutral evaluation: the second phase’, Journal of Dispute Resolution 1 1989, pp.1–57.

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Topic 14

Essential reading 2

Lindeman, K. ‘Unravelling settlements made with “eyes wide open”: Zurich Insurance Co Plc v Hayward’, Civil Justice Quarterly 36(3) 2017, pp.273–80.

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Topic 15

Essential reading 3

Dundas, H.R. ‘A rare case: an expert determination is set aside’, Arbitration 81(4) 2015, pp.469–73.

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Topic 16

Essential reading 1

Blackaby, N., C. Partasides, A. Redfern and M. Hunter Redfern and Hunter on international arbitration. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015) 6th edition. Chapter 1 An overview of international arbitration.

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Topic 17

Essential reading 1

Blackaby, N., C. Partasides, A. Redfern and M. Hunter Redfern and Hunter on international arbitration. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015) 6th edition. Chapter 2 Agreement to arbitrate.

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Topic 18

Essential reading 1

Moses, M.L. The principles and practice of international commercial arbitration. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017) 3rd edition. Chapters 6 The tribunal and 7 The arbitral proceedings.

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Essential reading 3

Trikha, S. ‘Procedural non-compliance in international commercial arbitration’, International Arbitration Law Review 18(5) 2015, pp.95–104.

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Essential reading 4

Rivkin, D.W. and S.J. Rowe ‘The role of the tribunal in controlling arbitral costs’, Arbitration – the International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management 81(2) 2015, pp.116–30.

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Essential reading 5

Jones, D. ‘The Roebuck Lecture, 9 June 2016: using costs orders to control the expense of international commercial arbitration’, Arbitration – the International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management 82(3) 2016, pp.291–301

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Essential reading 6

Wyss, L. ‘Expedient and efficient arbitrations need strong arbitrators – but how “strong” should[AB1]  and may arbitrators get? Part I’, International Arbitration Law Review 20(2) 2017, pp.69–77.

Wyss, L. ‘Expedient and efficient arbitrations need strong arbitrators – but how “strong” should and may arbitrators get? Some thoughts on best practice in international commercial arbitration. Part II’, International Arbitration Law Review 20(3) 2017, pp.79–90

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Topic 19

Essential reading 1

Blackaby, N., C. Partasides, A. Redfern and M. Hunter Redfern and Hunter on international arbitration. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015) 6th edition. Chapter 10 Challenge of arbitral awards

Essential reading 2

Miles, W. and J. Li ‘Do England’s expansive grounds for recourse increase delay and interference in arbitration?’ Arbitration – the International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management 80(1) 2014, pp.35–47.

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