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Abstract

To examine innovations in legal practice, the University of Missouri Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution and the Journal of Dispute Resolution held a symposium on October 12, 2007, featuring leading practitioners and scholars to analyze innovative models of lawyering, including Collaborative Law and other processes. David Hoffman gave an outstanding keynote address, which was followed by two panels of experts. This issue of the Journal of Dispute Resolution presents papers from that symposium was so productive that we did not have time for presentations from some participants and do not have space for all the papers in this issue of the Journal, so some of the papers will be published in the next issue.

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