VOL. 18 CONTENTS Spring 2013

ARTICLES
Managing Inner and Outer Conflict: Selves, Subpersonalities, and Internal Family Systems.  Leonard L. Riskin 1
The Thoughtful Integration of Mediation into Bilateral Treaty Arbitration. Nancy A. Welsh and Andrea Kupfer Schneider 71
Rethinking the Tension Between Peace and Justice: The International Criminal Prosecutor as Diplomat. Robert H. Mnookin
145
Glocalization of Arbitration: Transnational Standards Struggling with Local Norms Through the Lens of Arbitration Transplantation in China. Fan Kun 175
Not What They Bargained For: Directing the Arbitration of Statutory Antidiscrimination Rights. Stuart M. Boyarsky 221
Renovating the Multi-Door Courthouse: Designing Trial Court Dispute Resolution Systems to Improve Results and Control Costs. Barry Edwards, Esq. 281

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VOL. 17 CONTENTS Spring 2012

ARTICLES
The Impact of A Grievant’s Offer of Apology and the Decision-Making Process of Labor Arbitrators: A Case Analysis. Daniel J. Kaspar and Lamont E. Stallworth 1
Mediation: The “New Arbitration”. Jacqueline Nolan-Haley 61
An Empirical Study of Settlement Conference Nuts and Bolts: Settlement Judges Facilitating Communication, Compromise and Fear. Peter Robinson 97
Technology and the Future of Dispute Systems Design. Orna Rabinovich-Einy and Ethan Katsh 151
Does Class Arbitration “Change the Nature” of Arbitration? Stolt-Nielsen, AT&T, and a Return to First Principles. S.I. Strong 201
Power Before Interests in Dispute System Design. Adam B. Kinon 273
STUDENT NOTE
Managing the Exit: Negotiating an Employment Termination. David P. Zins 289

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VOL. 16 CONTENTS SPRING 2011

ARTICLES
Understanding Discovery In International Commercial Arbitration Through Behavioral Law and Economics: A Journey Inside the Minds of Parties and Arbitrators
Giacomo Rojas Elgueta
Therapeutic Victim-Offender Mediation Within the Criminal Justice Process – Sharpening the Evaluation of Personal Potential For Rehabilitation While Righting Wrongs Under the ADR Philosophy
Gabriel Hallevy
The Morality of Conciliation: An Empirical Examination of Arbitrator “Role Moralities” In East Asia and the West
Shahla F. Ali
Doing the Right Thing: An Empirical Study of Attorney Negotiation Ethics
Art Hinshaw, Jess K. Alberts
Clubhouse Controversy: A Study of Dispute Resolution Processes Between Teammates In Major League Baseball
Josh Chetwynd
Can Mediation Enable the Empowerment of Disadvantaged Groups? A Narrative Analysis of Consensus-Building in Israel
Ronit Zamir
STUDENT NOTE
Formalizing Legal Reputation Markets
Jamison Davies
SYMPOSIUM 2010: THE NEGOTIATION WITHIN
The Wave/Particle Tension In Negotiation
Ran Kuttner
Preface: The Negotiation Within
Robert Dawes
Mediation, Multiple Minds, and Managing the Negotiation Within
David A. Hoffman
Lie Direction and the Negotiation Within
Clark Freshman

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VOL. 15 CONTENTS SPRING 2010

ARTICLES
Tort Litigation Between Spouses: Let’s Meet Somewhere In The Middle
Benjamin Shmueli
Public Protests, Private Contracts: Confidentiality In ICSID Arbitration and the Cochabamba Water War
Amanda L. Norris, Katina E. Metzidakis
Legislating In The Light: Considering Empirical Data In Crafting Arbitration Reforms
Amy J. Schmitz
Deibiasing and Bidirectional Bias: Cognitive Failure In Mandatory Employment Arbitration
Daniel B. Klaff
Asset Specificity and Transaction Structures: A Case Study of @Home Corporation
Brain J.M. Quinn
STUDENT NOTE
Collectively Bargained Employment Arbitration: 14 Penn Plaza LLC V. Pyett
E.E. Keenan

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VOL. 14 CONTENTS WINTER 2009

ARTICLES
The Intersection of Dispute Systems Design and Transitional Justice
Andrea Kupfer Schneider
The Democratic Party Primary Process: Can Dispute System Design Principles Provide Hope For Reform?
Shannon Delahaye
Systems For Dealing With Conflict and Learning From Conflict – Options For Complaint-Handling: An Illustrative Case
Brian Bloch, David Miller, Mary Rowe
Second Generation Organizational Conflict Management Systems Design: A Practitioner’s Perspective On Emerging Issues
Cathy A. Constantino
Politics and the 2005 Gaza and North West Bank Compensation and Assistance Facility
Ehud Eiran
Organizational Systems For Dealing With Conflict & Learning From Conflict: Introduction
Mary Rowe, for the Bloch, Miller, and Rowe Articles; Chart; and Case
Managing Cultural Differences In an International Organization Conflict Management System
David Miller
Dispute Systems Design, Neoliberalism, and the Problem of Scale
Amy J. Cohen
Dispute System Design: The United Nations Compensation Commission
Francis E. McGovern
Dispute System Design and Justice in Employment Dispute Resolution: Mediation at the Workplace
Lisa Blomgren Bingham, Cynthia J. Hallberlin, Denise A. Walker, Won-Tae Chung
Creating A Faith-Based Conflict Management System
Brian Bloch
Are There Systemic Ethics Issues In Dispute System Design? And What We Should [Not] Do About It: Lessons From International and Domestic Fronts
Carrie Menkel-Meadow
An Organizational Ombuds Office In a System For Dealing With Conflict, Or “Conflict Management System”
Mary Rowe
An Analytic Framework For Dispute Systems Design
Stephanie Smith, Janet Martinez

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VOL. 13-2 CONTENTS SPRING 2008

ARTICLES
Internet Characteristics and Online Alternative Dispute Resolution
Haitham A. Haloush & Bashar H. Malkawi
327
Attorneys, Apologies, and Settlement Negotiation
Jennifer K. Robbennolt
349
Aggregate Dispute Resolution: Class and Labor Arbitration
Imre S. Szalai
399
STUDENT NOTE
Designing the Forum to Fit the Fuss: Dispute System Design for the State Trial Courts
Hallie A. Fader
481

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VOL. 13-1 CONTENTS WINTER 2008

ARTICLES
Disabilities Accommodations, Transaction Costs, and Mediation: Evidence from the EEOC’s Mediation Program
Seth D. Harris
1
The Soldier and the Sheik: Lessons from Negotiating in Iraq
David M. Tressler
67
The Oxymoron of Measuring the Immeasurable: Potential and Challenges of Determining Mediation Developments in the U.S.
Matthias Prause
131
Happily Never After: When Final and Binding Arbitration Has No
Fairy Tale Ending

Michael H. Leroy & Peter Feuille
167
The Negotiation Counsel Model: An Empathetic Model for Settling Catastrophic Personal Injury Cases
Jim Golden, H. Abigail Moy, & Adam Lyons
211
The One Minute Manager Prepares for Mediation: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Negotiation Preparation
Donald R. Philbin, Jr
249
STUDENT NOTE
Experienced Intellectual Property Mediators: Increasingly Attractive in Times of “Patent” Unpredictability
Sarah Tran
313

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VOL. 12 CONTENTS WINTER 2007

ARTICLES
Updating Our Understanding of the Role of Lawyers: Lessons From Mastercard
Scott R. Peppet
The Mastercard IPO: Protecting the Priceless Brand
Victor Fleischer
The “Branding Effect” of Contracts
D. Gordon Smith
Regulating Post-Bid Embedded Defenses: Lessons From Oracle Versus PeopleSoft
Jennifer Arlen
Oracle V. Peoplesoft: A Case Study
David Millstone, Guhan Subramanian
Metabranding and Intermediation: A Response to Professor Fleischer
Laura A. Heymann
Mastercard’s Single Entity Strategy
Joshua D. Wright
Coolhunting the Law
Mark Fenster
Between Wilmington and Washington: Lessons from Oracle-PeopleSoft
David Millstone
Bargaining in the Shadow of PeopleSoft’s (Defective) Poison Pill
Guhan Subramanian
NOTES
Case Study: Selling Neiman Marcus
Bryce Klempner, Dharini Mathus, Lerato Molefe, Jen Reynolds, Tony Uccellini
HOSTILE INTENT
Background and Sources
Open Society Foundations: Hostile Intent Research Project

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VOL. 11 CONTENTS SPRING 2006

ARTICLES
Technology’s Impact: The Quest For a New Paradigm For Accountability in Mediation
Orna Rabinovich-Einy
Reinventing the Enterprise Wheel: Court Review of Punitive Awards in Labor and Employment Arbitrations
Michael H. LeRoy, Peter Feuille
Matching Cases and Dispute Resolution Procedures: Detailed Analysis Leading to a Mediation-Centered Approach
Frank E. A. Sander, Lukasz Rozdeiczer
Disputing Irony: A Systematic Look at Litigation About Mediation
James R. Cohen, Peter N. Thompson
Debating the Globalization of U.S. Mediation: Politics, Power, and Practice in Nepal
Amy J. Cohen
Appreciating Mediation’s Global Role in Promoting Good Governace
Nancy D. Erbe
A Developmental Approach To Turning Points: “Irony” as an Ethics For Negotiating Pragmatics
Sara Cobb
NOTES
Comics Media in Conflict Resolution Programs: Are They Effective in Promoting and Sustaining Peace?
Ellen Yamshon, Daniel Yamshon
CASE COMMENTS
Mediation’s Boundaries: In Re Licensure of Penny V. State Ex Rel. Wyoming
Thomas Tso
From Protection to Favoritism? The Federal Policy Toward Arbitration Vis-a-vis Competing State Policies
Jane VanLare

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VOL. 10 CONTENTS SPRING 2005

Foreward
Robert H. Mnookin, Frank E.A. Sander
ARTICLES
The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund: An Effective Administrative Response to National Tragedy
Robert M. Ackerman
The Discourse Beneath: Emotional Epistemology in Legal Deliberation and Negotiation
Erin Ryan
Schmediation and the Dimensions of Definition
Michael L. Moffitt
Problem-Solving Advocacy in Mediations: A Model of Client Representation
Harold Abramson
Developing an Online Dispute Resolution Environment: Dialogue Tools and Negotiation Support Systems in a Three-Step Model
Arno R. Lodder, John Zeleznikow
Democracy and Dispute Resolution: Systems Design and the New Workplace
Richard C. Reuben
CASE COMMENTS
Unconscionable Mediation Clauses: Garrett V. Hooters-Toledo
Jennifer M. Ralph
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Dyads: Encouraging “Dynamic Adaptive Dispute Systems” In the Organized Workpalce
Peter Robinson, Arthur Pearlstein, Bernard Mayer

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VOL. 9 CONTENTS SPRING 2004

ARTICLES
Workplace Meditation: The First-Phase, Private Caucus In Individual Discrimination Disputes
Emily M. Calhoun
Using Insights About Perception and Judgment From the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Instrument as an Aid to Mediation
R. Lisle Baker
Refreshing Contractual Analysis of ADR Agreements by Curing Bipolar Avoidance of Modern Common Law
Amy J. Schmitz
Rapport in Legal Negotiation: How Small Talk Can Facilitate E-Mail Dealmaking
Janice Nadler
Negotiating Death: ADR and End of Life Decision-Making
I. Glenn Cohen
Developing Countries and the WTO: The Need For More Mediation in the DSU
Hansel T. Pham
“What’s Going On” in Mediation: An Empirical Analysis of the Influence of a Mediator’s Style on Party Satisfaction and Monetary Benefit
E. Patrick McDermott, Ruth Obar
CASE COMMENTS
Substance, Process, and the Future of Class Arbitration
Peter J. Kreher, Pat D. Robertson III
Culture as Context, Culture as Communication: Considerations For Humanitarian Negotiators
Kevin Avruch
RESEARCH MEMORANDUM
Definition of Hostile Intent – International Law and Law Reviews
Laura Hill

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VOL. 8 CONTENTS SPRING 2003

ARTICLES
Ten Ways to Get Sued: A Guide for Mediators
Michael Moffitt
Designing Institutions to Manage Conflict: Principles for the Problem Solving Organization
Khalil Z. Shariff
Contractually Expanded Review of Arbitration Awards
Lee Goldman
Confidentiality’s Constitutionality: The Incursion on Judicial Powers to Regulate Party Conduct in Court-Connected Mediation
Maureen A. Weston
Accountability In Special Education Mediation: Many a Slip Twixt Vision and Practice?
Grace E. D’Alo
CASE COMMENTS
Strategic Barriers to Dispute Resolution: A Comparison of Bilateral and Multilateral Negotiations
Robert H. Mnookin
Arbitration, Consent and Contractual Theory: The Implications of EEOC V. Waffle House
Jaime Dodge Byrnes, Elizabeth Pollman
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Negotiating and Drafting the Agreement to Arbitrate in 2003: Insuring Against a Failure of Professional Responsibility
Ronald J. Offenkrantz

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VOL. 7 CONTENTS SPRING 2002

ARTICLES
Zoning, Taking, and Dealing: The Problems and Promise of Bargaining in Land Use Planning Conficts
Erin Ryan
Shattering Negotiation Myths: Empirical Evidence on the Effectiveness of Negotiation Style
Andrea Kupfer Schneider
Lawyers, Non-Lawyers and Mediation: Rethinking the Professional Monopoly From a Problem-Solving Perspective
Jacqueline M. Nolan-Haley
Is Legal Mediation a Process of Repair – Or Separation? An Empirical Study, and Its Implications
Dwight Golann
CASE COMMENT
Major League Baseball Players Association V. Garvey: Revisiting the Standard for Arbitral Review
Jaime Dodge Byrnes, Allison Berkowitz Prout
Divided Court Crosses Wires Over Circuit City Decision: Holding Casts Doubt on Ninth Circuit’s Duffield Decision
Keith A. Becker, Dianne R. LaRocca
MINDFULLNESS IN THE LAW AND ADR
What’s Special About Meditation? Contemplative Practice for American Lawyers
William S. Blatt
The Contemplative Lawyer: On the Potential Contributions of Mindfullness Meditation to Law Students, Lawyers, and Their Clients
Leonard L. Riskin
Reflections on the Potential Growth of Mindfullness Meditation in the Law
Douglas A. Codiga
Practicing From the Inside Out
Steven W. Keeva
Can Saints Negotiate? A Brief Introduction to the Problem of Perfect Ethics in Bargaining
Scott R. Peppet
Adapting Meditation to Promote Negotiation Success: A Guide to Varieties and Scientific Support
Clark Freshman, Adele M. Hayes, Greg C. Feldman

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VOL. 6 CONTENTS SPRING 2001

ARTICLES
What Should We Teach in ADR Courses?: Concepts and Skills For Lawyers Representing Clients in Meditation
Suzanne J. Schmitz
The Thinning Vision of Self-Determination in Court-Connected Mediation: The Inevitable Price of Institutionalization
Nancy A. Welsh
The Rise of a Trade Association: Group Interactions Within the International Swaps and Derivatives Association
Sean M. Flanagan
The Lawyer’s Philosophical Map and the Disputant’s Perceptual Map: Impediments to Facilitative Mediation and Lawyering
Chris Guthrie
Mediating University Sexual Assault Cases
Rajib Chanda
Aha? Is Creativity Possible in Legal Problem Solving and Teachable in Legal Education
Carrie Menkel-Meadow
BOOK REVIEW
A Review of Beyond Winning
Stephen B. Goldberg

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VOL. 5 CONTENTS SPRING 2000

ARTICLES
When David Meets Goliath: Dealing With Power Differentials in Negotiations
Robert S. Adler, Elliot M. Silverstein
Proceeding to a Constitution: A Multi-Party Negotiation Analysis of the Constitution Convention of 1787
Dana Lansky
Getting the Faith: Why Business Lawyers and Executives Believe in Mediation
John Lande
Building A Pedagogy of Problem-Solving: Learning to Choose Among ADR Processes
Andrea Kuper Schneider
An Evaluation of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Alternative Dispute Resolution Program
Thomas A. Kochan, Brenda A. Lautsch & Corinne Bendersky
CASE COMMENT
The Meditation Privilege and Its Limits
Christopher DeMayo
BOOK REVIEW
A Review of Bargaining for Advantage
John Richardson
INTERNATIONAL CORNER
Implementing ADR in Transitioning States: Lessons Learned From Practice
Anthony Wanis-St. John

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VOL. 4 CONTENTS SPRING 1999

ARTICLES
Psychological Principles in Negotiating Civil Settlements
Richard Birke and Craige R. Fox
Ignorance and Interests
David E. Matz
INTERNATIONAL CORNER
Gurus and Guerrillas: Religious Fundamentalism and Dispute Resolution
C. Wiliam Thomas
NOTES
Perfect Arbitration = Arbitration > Litigation
Di Jianf Schuerger
Getting the Most Out of Meditation: Toward A Theory of Optimal Compensation for Mediators
Andrew K Niebler
A Framework For Developing Mediator Certification Programs
Stephanie A. Henning
CASE COMMENTS
Mandatory Arbitration of Discrimination Claims Under Collective Bargaining Agreements: The Effect of Wright
Jacob E. Tyler
A Negotiation Analysis of Mandatory Arbitration Contracts
Miriam A. Cherry
BOOK REVIEWS
Negotiation Through the Lens of a Social Psychologist
Neil Shah
Difficult Conversations Made Easier
Jonathan R. Cohen
LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENT
When Sovereigns Negotiate In the Shadow of the Law: the 1998 Arizona-Pima Maricopa Gaming Compact
Ron M. Resenberg
PRACTIONER’S COURT
Problems Without a Process: Using an Action Dialogue to Manage Racial Tensions
Robert Ricigliano, Theodore Johnson, and Andrea Chasen

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VOL. 3 CONTENTS 1998

ARTICLES
Failing Faith in Litigation? A Survey of Business Lawyers’ and Executives’ Opinions
John Lande
1
Mapping Mediation: The Risks of Riskin’s Grid
Kimberlee K. Kovach & Lela P. Love
71
Reasoning Along Different Lines: Some Varied Roles of Rationality in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Jonathan R. Cohen
111
INTERNATIONAL CORNER
Transfer, Adaptation, and Success of the CRI Mediation Model in Post-Communist Russia
Ellen Yamshon & Daniel Yamshon
123
Negotiation and Mediation in France: The Challenge of Skill-Based Learning and Interdisciplinary Research in Legal Education
Alain Lempereur
151
NOTES
Electronic Online Dispute Resolution: A Systems Approach – Potential, Problems, and a Proposal
Robert C. Bordone
175
Peer Mediation in Schools: Expectations and Evaluations
William S. Haft & Elaine R. Weiss
213
CASE COMMENTS
Mandatory Arbitration Clauses and Statutory Rights: The Legal Landscape After Nelson
Tanya J. Axenson
271
Confidentiality in Mediation
Jaime Alison Lee & Carl Giesler
285
BOOK REVIEWS
A Case Study in Two-Track Diplomacy: The Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control
Timothy Kiefter
299
Protocols for Employment Dispute Resolution
Robert L. Rogers
307
Dancing Together at Their Child’s Wedding: Practical Advice for Negotiating Effective Settlements in Family Law
Carl Giesler
313

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VOL. 2 CONTENTS 1997

ARTICLES
Trading the Poor: Intermunicipal Housing Negotation in New Jersey
Patrick Field, Jennifer Gilbert, & Michael Wheeler
1
Is Mediation a Fair Way to Resolve Special Education Disputes? First Empirical Findings
Peter J. Kuriloff & Steven S. Goldberg
35
Game Theory and Nonrefundable Retainers: A Response to Professors Croson and Mnookin
Lester Brickman & Lawrence A. Cunningham
69
Practitioner’s Corner – Remodeling the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators
Jamie Henikoff & Michael Moffitt
87
Getting to “Guilty”: Plea Bargaining as Negotiation
Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff
115
Lawyers, Sex, and Marriage: Factors Empirically Correlated with the Decision to Settle
James Todd Kennard
149
Bargaining in the Shadow of the Lawyers: Negotiated Settlement of Gender Discrimination Claims Arising from Termination of Employment
Rachel H. Yarkon
165
Preserving Fairness in Arbitration Agreements: States’ Options after Casarotto
David Ling
193
Dispute Resolution or Coercion: A Critique of the Six-Year Rule in Securities Arbitration
Neil Steiner
207
Public Fuss in a Private Forum
Margaret Ward
217
Tools of the Trade: A Manual for the Settlement-Oriented Mediator
David A. Hoffman
229

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VOL. 1 CONTENTS WINTER 1996

Preface and Foreword 1
ARTICLES
7
How Would You Like to Pay for That? The Strategic Effects of Fee Arrangements on Settlement Terms
Lucian Arye Bebchuk & Andrew T. Guzman
53
Scaling the Stonewall: Retaining Lawyers to Bolster Credibility
David C. Croson & Robert H. Mnookin
65
NOTES
Alone in the Hallway: Challenges to Effective Self-Representation in NegotiationErica L. Fox 85
Decision Analysis as a Mediator’s Tool
David P. Hoffer
113
Lawyers as Negotiators
Gary Mendelsohn
139
CASE COMMENTS
From Procedural Law to Preemption: The Supreme Court’s Transformation of the Federal Arbitration Act
Megan P. Davis
169
Institutionalizing ADR: Wagshal v. Foster and Mediator Immunity
Brian Dorini
185
The Validity of Arbitral Awards of Punitive Damages
Andrew C. Glass & Albert S. Lee
193
Loyalty, Confidentiality and Attorney Mediators: Professional Responsibility in Cross-Profession Practice
Michael Moffitt
203
Shopping for Legal Precedent Through Settlement-Related Vacatur
Andrew S. Tulumello
213
LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS
The Attorney Accountability Act: A Case Study of the Complexities of Incentive-Based Legal Reform
Jamie S. Henikoff & Scott R. Peppet
223
To Enhance the Operation of Government: Reauthorizing the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act
David Seibel
239
BOOK REVIEWS
The Nash Equilibrium Meets BATNA: Game Theory’s Varied Uses in ADR Contexts
Jeff Hawkins & Neil Steiner
249
Breaking Down Barriers
Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff
257
Industrial Relations Through a Negotiation Lens: A Model for Explaining Strategic Choice
Alissa Lee