The essays in this issue of the Law Journal have been written and presented as work in "dispute resolution." Consider the occasions for using this term in legal scholarship. Almost all commentary on law can plausibly be said to relate to disputes in one way or another. Yet, the term "dispute resolution" is most often used to refer to social scientific work that typically assumes a functional perspective cutting across formal and institutional lines.
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