If you are looking for one book to guide you through the arbitration process, look no further than the NITA classic Arbitration Advocacy, 2nd Edition.
Authors John W. Cooley and Steven Lubet have combined their experiences in the courtroom and classroom to bring you a detailed and in-depth guide to arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution. This comprehensive text is designed to help readers understand and master arbitration and ADR from beginning to end. Arbitration Advocacy has been written for ADR practitioners, ADR neutrals and arbitrators, CLE organizations and participants, and teachers and students.
The book takes readers through the entire arbitration process, with chapters on general description of ADR and arbitration, pre-arbitration considerations, advocacy during arbitration hearings, and effective advocacy in cyberarbitration. Chapter 5 includes adapted sections of the NITA bestseller Modern Trial Advocacy, which discuss trial advocacy principles that pertain to arbitration hearings.
In-text charts supplement the material as the reader works through the book, helping to break down the content. The 200+ page appendix includes:
- Checklists that detail key elements of chapters 2-6
- American Arbitration Advocacy rules
- Uniform and Federal Arbitration Acts
- JAMS Rules and Procedures
- Selected ABA Rules of Professional Conduct
- and much more!