ADR; access to justice
This Essay’s basic premise is that mediation, as it currently is presented to pro se parties in the lower courts, risks significant depredations of justice. This risk flows directly from the ethics rules that either discourage or outright forbid mediators from providing disputants with exactly the information they need to make informed judgments as they bargain over housing, time with children, and scarce financial resources.
How Mediation Contributes to the “Justice Gap” and Possible Technological Fixes,
88 Fordham L. Rev. 2425
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