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University of St. Thomas Law Journal: Fides et lustitia

ARTICLE: TRANSCRIPT: A DIALOGUE BETWEEN PROFESSORS FRANK SANDER AND MARIANA HERNANDEZ CRESPO: EXPLORING THE EVOLUTION OF THE MULTI-DOOR COURTHOUSE

Winter, 2008

University of St. Thomas Law Journal: Fides et lustitia

5 U. St. Thomas L.J. 665

Author

Frank Sander & Mariana Hernandez Crespo

Excerpt

I. INTRODUCTION

The following is a segment of a video-taped conversation between Professors Sander and Hernandez Crespo that occurred in March of 2008 at Harvard Law School. The remaining segment of the dialogue explores further the evolution of the multi-door courthouse. The dialogue will be available in its entirety on the UST International ADR Research Network's homepage and through the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School at a later date. The conversation has been lightly edited for purposes of this publication.

NARRATOR: Today we are pleased to be at Harvard Law School for a conversation between the creator of the multi-door courthouse, Harvard Law Professor Frank E.A. Sander, and the executive director and founder of the University of St. Thomas (UST) International ADR [Alternative Dispute Resolution] Research Network, Professor Mariana Hernandez Crespo. This recording is a collaboration between the UST School of Law and the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.

The UST International ADR Research Network is a research program designed to create inclusive problem-solving models that utilize social capital 1 and consensus-building techniques (i.e., dispute-resolution processes that include the voices of all stakeholders, especially the disenfranchised members of a community). In a pilot project in Brazil, 2 participants examined the different options available to maximize the dispute-resolution process, including the multi-door courthouse conceived by Frank Sander. The multi-door courthouse is an innovative institution that routes incoming court cases to the most appropriate methods of dispute resolution, saving time and ...
 
 
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