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Burdening Access to Justice: The Cost of Divorce Mediation on the Cheap, Carol J. King, St. John’s Law Review, Spring 1999
Procedural Justice Implications of ADR in Specialized Contexts: The Culture of Battering and the Role of Mediation in Domestic Violence Cases, Karla Fischer, Neil Vidmar and Rene Ellis, 46 Southern Methodist Law Review 2117, 1992
Yes, No and Maybe: Informed Decision Making About Divorce Mediation in the Presence of Domestic Violence, Nancy Ver Steegh, 9 William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law 145, Spring 2003
Note: The Dangers of Mediation in Domestic Violence Cases, Sarah Krieger, 8 Cardozo Women’s Law Journal 235, 2002
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Family Mediation: Screening for Domestic Abuse, Alison E. Gerencser, Florida State University Law Review, 1995
Toolkit to End Violence Against Women, National Advisory Council on Violence Against Women and the United States Department of Justice Violence Against Women Office
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Domestic Violence and Mediation: Responding to the Challenges of Crafting Effective Screens, Jane C. Murphy and Robert Rubinson, 35 Family Law Quarterly 53, Spring 2005
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