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The past two decades have seen a burgeoning of theoretical and popular interest in appropriate forms of dispute resolution. Given perceived deficiencies in adversarial, court-centered responses to conflict, there has been a search for forms of dispute resolution less costly in both social and economic terms. However, notwithstanding their growing appeal,...
The past two decades have seen a burgeoning of theoretical and popular interest in appropriate forms of dispute resolution. Given perceived deficiencies in adversarial, court-centered responses to conflict, there has been a search for forms of dispute resolution less costly in both social and economic terms. However, notwithstanding their growing appeal, alternative forms of dispute resolution raise serious questions of justice. Does a move away from formal legal process threaten the impartiality and fairness of outcomes? How are concepts of justice and approaches to dispute resolution inflected by culture, and how can approaches to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) take seriously the challenges of intercultural justice, understanding, and negotiation? These questions are particularly pressing in processes designed and implemented in the context of Aboriginal land claims, treaties, and self-government agreements, and in connection with court-based institutions in indigenous communities. The opportunities, challenges, uncertainties, and concerns around ADR in Aboriginal contexts are intensely practical and also have extensive theoretical dimensions. The essays in this volume enga
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