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Editor: Margaret Ryznare
Indiana University
Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Thursday, February 1, 2007

Law Review Article: ADR and Representation of Children

Kelly Browe Olson, The Importance of Using Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques and Processes in the Ethical and Informed Representation of Children, 6 NEV. L.J. 1333 (2006). This article analyzes and recommends the use of ADR processes in legal proceedings involving children. In contrast to the adversarial system, ADR incorporates confidentiality, listening, collaboration, problem-solving, information exchange, and future focus. The author explores the role of the attorney in child welfare, delinquency, and child custody proceedings. Link to Article (last visited 1-31-07 NVS)

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