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Section Newsletter Articles From Madalyn Phillips

Case briefs By Casey Harter, Madalyn Phillips, and Taryn Vaughan Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2013 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Madalyn Phillips, and Taryn Vaughan Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2013 Mediation updates from around the country.
Restorative justice: A framework worth considering By Madalyn Phillips Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2013 Overall, the Restorative Justice framework when used in the Juvenile Justice system allows communities to come together to make things right in their community and with one another again.
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Madalyn Phillips, and Taryn Vaughan Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2013 Recent cases of interest to alternative dispute resolution practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Madalyn Phillips, and Taryn Vaughan Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2013 Mediation updates from around the country.
Case briefs By Taryn Vaughan, Madalyn Phillips, and Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Taryn Vaughan, Madalyn Phillips, and Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Dartmouth College creates conflict resolution program to address campus conflict By Madalyn Phillips Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2012 This new program will mediate conflicts such as hazing, roommate issues, uncomfortable sexual events and other disturbances, but will not be able to undertake any cases where a student actually violated the law.
Exploring the relatively unknown jury of peers By Madalyn Phillips Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2012 An examination of Peer Juries, also often referred to as Youth Courts, Youth Juries, or Teen Courts.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
Resource officers’ implementation in Macomb schools By Madalyn Phillips Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2012 The Macomb City Council recently approved an agreement which allows a resource officer to be assigned at Project Insight, an alternative school which serves junior and senior high students who have behavioral issues.  
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
Madison County Residential Mortgage Program showing success and increasing in popularity By Madalyn Phillips Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2012 The Madison County Residential Mortgage Program pairs homeowners, who wish to keep their homes, and the lender’s lawyers, with mediators to perform a two-hour mediation session. 
Case briefs By Madalyn Phillips, Meghan Steinbeiss, and Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, January 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
A pilot program that would allow for the mediation of attorney-client disputes By Madalyn Phillips Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2011 The ARDC would be responsible for coordinating, paying for, and explaining mediation to the parties involved. They would also be responsible for assisting the mediator with anything they might need throughout the mediation process.
Supreme Court dismisses Stok & Associates v. Citibank; Arbitration question remains unanswered By Madalyn Phillips and Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2011 The main issue to be reviewed in the case was the question of whether one side in a legal dispute surrenders its rights to arbitration once it has participated in a court case that has arisen from the same dispute.

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