Textbooks intended for law school use should be evaluated in line with their intended purpose. The objective of Dispute Resolution is to provide law students with materials that describe, explain and raise questions about our society's processes for resolving disputes. An ideal textbook is thorough in its coverage of the substance and issues of the subject matter, usable in the sense of providing resources to help the teacher motivate students and channel class discussion, and readable in a student-friendly sense. In this essay I will review the Goldberg, Green and Sander text from the classroom perspective using these standards as a guide
John S. Murray,
Book Review ,
1986 J. Disp. Resol.
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