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  Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution
    Cardozo Online Journal of Conflict Resolution (1999-2003)
  Volume 7, Number 1, Fall 2005
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  • Articles
  • The Myth of the Gladiator and Law Students' Negotiation Styles
        Melissa L. Nelken
        p.1                                                                                          +cite        
  • The Vanishing Trial: Land Mine on the Mediation Landscape or Opportunity for Evolution: Ruminations on the Future of Mediation Practice
        Kimberlee K. Kovach
        p.27                                                                                        +cite        
  • The Dispute Resolution Profession Should Not Celebrate the Vanishing Trial
        Bruce E. Meyerson
        p.77                                                                                        +cite        
  • Fitting the Forum to the Fuss with Sticky Defaults: Failure in the Market for Dispute Resolution Services?
        Maurits Barendrecht & Berend R. de Vries
        p.83                                                                                        +cite        
  • Dispute Resolution and Legal Education: A Bibliography
        Trevor C.W. Farrow
        p.119                                                                                      +cite        

  • Notes
  • A Case for Mediating Trademark Disputes in the Age of Expanding Brands
        David Allen Bernstein
        p.139                                                                                      +cite        
  • The New Iraq: Resolving Public and Private Obligations Incurred Under Saddam Hussein's Rule in the Context of International Arbitration
        Darius Adam Marzec
        p.163                                                                                      +cite        
  • Military Spying in the United States: When it is Not Your Neighbor Knocking at Your Door, Where Do You Turn?
        Miriam Schneider
        p.199                                                                                      +cite