Alternative dispute resolution in north carolina a new civil procedure second edition editor elizabeth p manley assistant editors frank c laney lynn p roundtree and catherine brohaugh revised from the first edition edited by jacqueline r clare review group of the adr book committee joint committee of the north carolina bar association. This title expresses a new vision for conflict resolution through a movement known as alternative dispute resolution or simply adr now with techniques such as mediation and arbitration it enables courts litigants and private citizens to resolve disputes without costly and time consuming trials this success has done much to restore what is civil in civil justice. Alternative dispute resolution in north carolina a new civil procedure elizabeth p manley frank c laney lynn paul roundtree catherine brohaugh home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you advanced search . Alternative dispute resolution in north carolina a new civil procedure clare jacqueline r on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers alternative dispute resolution in north carolina a new civil procedure. North carolina has moved quickly to the forefront in alternative dispute resolution adr methods these new methods vary in many ways from regular court procedures nonetheless they all offer creative and sometimes considerably simpler means of settling disputes from civil lawsuits to domestic controversies to less serious criminal matters and property disputes of course whether on of the several alternative resolution methods is helpful in a particular case may more often than not
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