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Nurturing Dispute Resolution Worldwide Through The Weinstein JAMS International Fellowship

Published October 1, 2018

China has a surprisingly long history of alternative dispute resolution. ‘‘We don’t even call it ‘alternative’ dispute resolution; it’s just dispute resolution and there are reports of early versions of mediation going back more than 3,000 years,’’ explains Andrew Wei-Min Lee, who previously served as a senior lecturer at Peking University Law School, where he taught classes on mediation, arbitration and other forms of ADR.

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