Thursday, September 3, 2009

Dispute Resolution Law Journal; call for submissions

-from the Journal web site, at Pepperdine University:

Dispute Resolution Law Journal

The Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal publishes academic work that fosters both practical and scholarly research in the area of Alternative Dispute Resolution. The Journal strongly encourages contributions from scholars, practitioners and students alike and accepts submissions for articles, case comments and reviews.

All citations must conform to the The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (18th ed. 2005). Authors are also asked to include a brief summary of biographical data either in the footnotes of the submission or as an attachment.

Recent lead article titles:

Style vs. Model: Why Quibble

The Strategic Relationship between Ethics and Dispute Resolution: What Every CEO Should Know

Guardians Ad Litem Do Not Belong in Family Mediations

Comparative Law as Rhetoric: An Analysis of the Use of Comparative Law in International Arbitration

See table of contents for al editions: here