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As They Appeared in the ODR Monthly in 2003:
"A Simple Scheme to Structure and Process the Information of Parties in Online Forms of ADR" - Gerard A.W. Vreeswijk, Department of Computer Science, Utrecht University, Netherlands
"Discourse Support Design Patterns," Malgorzata Mochol, Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems, ECCO Center for Collaborative and Mobile eGovernment. Discourse support systems describe such software as developed for the support of structured, more purposeful dialogues regarding drafting, planning, contract, agreement and other subjects presented for a discussion. Such systems are gaining ever greater relevance and are vital in the research of artificial intelligence and knowledge management. Furthermore, they are of interest to fields such as e-commerce and e-democracy.
"The role of principles of justice in building mediation decision support systems," John Zeleznikow, Faculty of Law, University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh, EH8 9YL, Scotland, UK. Emilia Bellucci, Department of Computer Science, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria Australia.
Alternative Dispute Resolution in the European Union, Julia Hörnle - Research Fellow in E-commerce Law, IT Law Unit, CCLS, Queen Mary College, University of London - Although Online Dispute Resolution introduces new methods for conflict management, many of the legal and policy issues are similar to those discussed in the context of ADR. In this context it is important to remember that ADR, and in particular court annexed ADR, is not as common in the EU that it is in the US. Generally speaking, the reason for this, at least in Continental Europe, is that the inquisitorial court system is cheaper that the adversarial, common law system. Also the discussion in the EU is focusing heavily on due process and procedural issues.
Who Wants Online ADR? Report of a Needs Assessment in Victoria, Australia Melissa Conley Tyler, The International Conflict Resolution Centre, Department of Psychology, The University of Melbourne
Research into Online Alternative Dispute Resolution, Needs Assessment - prepared for the Department of Justice, Victoria (23 May 2003) by Melissa Conley Tyler, Di Bretherton, Brock Bastian of The International Conflict Resolution Centre, Department of Psychology, The University of Melbourne.
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