Jerry Roscoe began his career as a litigator. “I noticed from clients’ perspectives that even when they won, litigation could be a destructive process. As the advocate, I realized that all the energy consumed by the trial experience was rarely recovered.” Roscoe’s final case as an advocate was in 1988, and his dispute resolution practice began to take off in the early 1990s.
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