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Alternative Dispute Resolution: Introduction
This guide is selective and attempts to provide sources on the topic of alternative dispute resolution. It is not comprehensive in scope or intended to be a catchall source, but rather to act as a starting point for the researcher to find additional sources and relevant information. At its core, the guide attempts to lead the researcher to up-to-date items held by the Cooley libraries. Annotations provide brief descriptions and do not purport to serve as critiques or endorsements of the titles’ contents or authority.
The guide is organized according to the topics listed to the left, in the guide outline. First, it covers Michigan and federal statutes. Then the scope widens to consider international materials, as well as conventions and treaties. Secondary materials for arbitration come next, followed by secondary materials for mediation.
In the sections of the guide focusing on print materials, the "location" provides the call number for a work. Clicking on the title takes a user to the relevant entry in the catalog. Where possible, guide sections about statutes link to the appropriate law.
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