Justice Without Law?
Oxford University Press, USA, 7.4.1983 - 208 sivua
Describes the disadvantages of litigation, looks at what the American legal system suggests about our society, and discusses arbitration, mediation, and conciliation, alternatives to our adversary approach to justice.
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