Hugh McIssac: Starting Out: Early Methodology and Model – Video

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Hugh McIssac explains how he and others wanted to find a model where, unlike the adversary system, had people working together to resolve disputes. They started using a labor model.


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Hugh McIssac

Hugh McIssac is the former director of family court services for Multnomah County, OR. MORE >

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