Authors

J.B. Ruhl

Document Type

Article

Publication Title

Brigham Young University Law Review

Publication Date

1997

Page Number

777

Disciplines

Law

Abstract

This article uses my work on complex adaptive systems to think about how litigation and mediation differ in terms of adaptive qualities, suggesting that mediation is indeed a more adaptive mode of dispute resolution in certain contexts.

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