Articles and Video:
As a service to the ADR and ODR fields, Mediate.com is honored to make the book "Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice" by Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab, Ethan Katsh and Daniel Rainey ( Eds.) available. We here begin with the Forward, Introduction and First Chapter of "Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice."
ODR and Government (05/01/13)
The topic at hand is the use of the Internet to govern, and the role that ODR can play in e-government. Our discussion of e-government will be divided into three main sections: What has changed?; What must government (and e-government) do?; and Where are e-government and ODR going?
Lessons from Online Dispute Resolution for Dispute Systems Design (03/04/13)
This chapter addresses a disconnect between two bodies of literature in the ADR field – that relating to “dispute systems design” (DSD) and that relating to “online dispute resolution” (ODR).
Symposium: Legal Regulation of the Internet
Dispute Resolution in Cyberspace (12/27/01)
Cyberspace, according to computer scientist David Gelernter, should be viewed as a "mirror world," a place where institutions of the world are represented in digital form and where we can interact with these digital representations as if we were in the physical space.
The Online Ombuds Office: Adapting Dispute Resolution to Cyberspace (11/05/98)
Cyberspace has enabled us to experience many new spaces. We have, most obviously, a new, large and active information place. We also have a new people place, where one can become acquainted with, exchange information with, and work with, individuals and groups.
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