ADR; access to justice
This Article contends that modern conflict spectacles, fueled by snap disputing dynamics and foisted upon the polity through media and social media, are so far afield from traditional ADR principles and practices that they may keep ADR from “feeling” like justice to many people. How people feel about alternative practices and processes will have an impact on whether they avail themselves of those methods in their own disputes. In other words, even if we had widely available, high-quality, and free ADR services available to everyone, we might still have an access to justice problem because those services would not be seen as providing justice.
Jennifer W. Reynolds,
Does ADR Feel like Justice?,
88 Fordham L. Rev. 2357
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol88/iss6/10