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Alternative Dispute Resolution

Study Aids

Books

The following books, available at the Georgia State College of Law Library, are an excellent source of information on arbitration in general, or Georgia arbitration specifically.  The list is by no means comprehensive.  You can find additional books in GIL.

CRS Reports

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) serves the Congress throughout the legislative process by providing comprehensive and reliable legislative research and analysis that are timely, objective, authoritative, and confidential, thereby contributing to an informed national legislature.

Law Reviews and Periodicals

Below are some Journals that focus on ADR issues.  The list is not comprehensive.  You can also find articles through Index to Legal Periodicals, LegalTrac, or Hein Online among other sources.

Treatises

The following treatises, available at the Georgia State College of Law Library, are an excellent source of comprehensive information on arbitration.  Treatises are alphabetically ordered by title.

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