The publication provided a comprehensive yet very accessible window into the diverse dimensions of the ADR field.
In many respects, Professor Boskey-through the alternative newsletter-was the voice of the ADR community.
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Entry Information and Procedures The 2019 entry deadline is June 14, 2019 Click HERE for the Competition Guidlines The James Boskey Dispute Resolution Essay Competition is sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution.