Dispute Resolution Journal Online Access

American Arbitration Association
ISSN: 2573-606X
Last Updated:  March, 2020

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The Dispute Resolution Journal is a world-recognized authoritative resource for advocates, neutrals, parties, educators, public-policy leaders, and corporate executives. The DRJ is also the flagship publication of the American Arbitration Association.

Over 50 years of in-depth articles by leading practitioners and scholars cover the spectrum of ADR issues, emerging techniques, and new applications of ADR processes in commercial and labor practice. Contributors are the foremost experts in areas such as international trade, business, commercial finance, labor relations, construction, the courts, insurance, employment, real estate, intellectual property, health care, computers, and high tech.

Stay up-to-date in the expanding field of ADR with the American Arbitration Association's Dispute Resolution Journal, which includes:

  • ARTICLES - written by the foremost experts in areas such as international trade, business, labor relations, construction, insurance, employment, real estate, intellectual property, health care, and financial disputes.

  • OPINION PAGES - industry and academic leaders offer their perspectives on issues and events that shape the dispute resolution field.

  • ADR NEWS - the latest news and developments.

  • CORNELL CORNER - a recurring column on topics of current or emerging importance in the field of workplace dispute resolution, written by faculty and practitioners affiliated with the Cornell University ILR School Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution.

  • SCHEINMAN SCHOLARS - a regular series featuring comprehensive articles written by students of the Cornell University Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution.

  • COURT DECISIONS - digests of significant court decisions in all areas of commercial and labor practice.

  • BOOK REVIEWS - new sources of information about important aspects of ADR.

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BONUS: A DRJ Online subscription includes the complete archive of The American Journal of Arbitration, Professor Thomas E. Carbonneau, Editor and author of Moore’s Federal Practice, Volume 31, Arbitration, featuring Over 100 cutting edge in-depth articles, notes and comments.

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