McAdoo, Barbara: Seeing Litigation as Wrong Path in Many Cases – Video

Barbara McAdoo speaks of her experience with litigation and feeling like the clients were not addressing the problem in the right way. She felt they could have communicated more openly and directly with each other.

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Barbara McAdoo

Barbara McAdoo, is a professor and Senior Fellow at Hamline University Dispute Resolution Institute. Herb expertise is in  Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), mediation and negotiation; empirical research on ADR; design and development of court ADR programs  Professor McAdoo has taught at the law school since 1984 and founded and directed the Dispute Resolution… MORE >

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