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Articles from Stanford Law Review (April 1, 2005)

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ADR and the cost of compulsion. Landsman, Stephan 17405
Alternative courts? Litigation-induced claims resolution facilities. Hensler, Deborah R. 5073
Assessing the case for employment arbitration: a new path for empirical research. Sherwyn, David; Estreicher, Samuel; Heise, Michael 16072
Class action "cops": public servants or private entrepreneurs? Beisner, John H.; Shors, Matthew; Miller, Jessica Davidson 15161
Creeping mandatory arbitration: is it just? Sternlight, Jean R. 22303
Exploring economic and democratic theories of civil litigation: differences between individual and organizational litigants in the disposition of federal civil cases. Hadfield, Gillian K. 23385
Introduction to the symposium. Berry, Jennie 894
Plea Bargaining's Triumph: A Histosry of Plea Bargaining in America. Mnookin, Jennifer L. Book Review 10830
Removing class actions to federal court: a better way to handle the problem of overlapping class actions. Morrison, Alan B. 18440
Summary judgment and the vanishing trial: implications of the litigation matrix. Redish, Martin H. 15155
The class action counterreformation. Cabraser, Elizabeth J. 23039
The court's implicit roadmap: charting the prudent course at the juncture of mandatory arbitration agreements and class action lawsuits. Lipshutz, Joshua S. 22489
The hundred-year decline of trials and the thirty years war. Galanter, Marc 8082
The what and why of claims resolution facilities. McGovern, Francis E. 14604
Why me? The role of private trustees in complex claims resolution. Vairo, Georgene 18952

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