Journal Volume 2003 No. 2

SYMPOSIUM  
Correspondences and Contradictions in International and Domestic Conflict Resolution: Lessons from General Theory and Varied Contexts Carrie Menkel-Meadow 319
Context and Pretext in Conflict Resolution Kevin Avruch 353
Context, Yes! And Theory, Yes! Morton Deutsch 367
Taking Dispute Resolution Theory Seriously at Home and Abroad: Prospects and Limitations Bryant G. Garth 377
Problem-Solving Negotiation: Northern Ireland's Experience with the Women’s Coalition Jacqueline Nolan-Haley, Bronagh Hinds 387
A General Theory on Disputes and Conflicts Raymond Shonholtz 403
Response to Carrie Menkel-Meadow’s "Correspondences and Contradictions in International and Domestic Conflict Resolution: Lessons from General Theory and Varied Contexts" Wallace Warfield 417

ARTICLE  
Evaluative Dispute Resolution Under Uncertainty: An Empirical Look at Bayes’ Theorem and the Expected Value of Perfect Information Gregory Todd Jones, Douglas H. Yarn 427

STUDENT ARTICLE  
Is State Law Looking for Trouble?: The Federal Arbitration Act Flexes its Preemptive Muscle Robert Hollis, Sarah E. Kerner, Alexa Irene Pearson, Ryan G. Vacca 463

STATE LEGISLATIVE UPDATE  
State Legislative Update Mark G. Boyko 505

COMMENT  
Use of Neutral Fact-Finding to Preserve Exclusive Rights and Uphold the Disclosure Purpose of the Patent System Brian Panka 531

NOTES  
An ADR Clause by Any Other Name Might Smell as Sweet: England’s High Court of Justice Queens Bench Attempts and Fails to Define What is Not an Enforceable ADR Clause Alyson Carrel 547
Applying the Eligibility Rule in Securities Arbitration: Resolving Circuit Court Conflict Regarding the Proper Role of Arbitrators and Courts James D. Hughes 565
The Tie that Doesn’t Bind: Fifth Circuit Rules that Non-Signatory Agents Can’t Compel Arbitration as Individuals Keisha I. Patrick 583