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What kinds of information can we expect to find when doing research in alternative dispute resolution? To the extent that ordinary issues of law arise when considering methods of alternative dispute resolution, such as whether an agreement to arbitrate is judicially enforceable or whether communications in the course of mediation enjoy an evidentiary privilege, ordinary sources of legal research remain appropriate. This research guide generally does not describe those research
Suzanne Thorpe and Laura J. Cooper, Researching Labor Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution in Employment, 91 Law Libr. J. 367 (1999), available at https://scholarship.law.umn.edu/faculty_articles/341.
A significantly revised version of this bibliography was published in Employee Advocate: A Publication of the National Employment Lawyers Association 67 (2004), and is also available at http://www.llrx.com/features/adr.htm.