Mediation and Arbitration as Alternatives to Litigation
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After a long career in litigation, Diane Sorenson is transitioning to arbitration and mediation, also known as alternative dispute resolution or ADR. She discusses the differences and similarities between litigation, arbitration, and mediation. For ADR, experience is paramount not only for getting cases to resolve but also figuring out how to actually resolve them. Diane is a graduate of the University of Kansas. This episode is hosted by Kimber Russell. Mentioned in this episode: Learn more about Seton Hall Learn more about Northeastern Law Learn more about St. Mary's Law Learn more about LSAT Lab Learn more about Vermont Law Learn more about Baylor Law Learn more about Blueprint Access LawHub today!
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