Resources for Further Reading

ConsensusDocs Guided Choice Guidelines page 10

Paul Lurie’s Articles

Who’s Who Legal (with Jeremy Lack)

The Seven Principles of ..FINAL

Guided Choice:  Early Mediated Settlements and/or Customized Arbitrations

Paul Lurie on Guided Choice in JACCL & CLJ

Using the Guided Choice Process to Reduce the Cost of Resolving Disputes


The Lawyers’ Obligation to Advise Clients of Dispute Resolution Options (with Sharon Press)

On Professional Practice page proofs_july 11 (2)

Using the Guided Process to Reduce the Cost of Resolving Disputes

CPR Alternatives Using Guided Choice

Tom Stipanowich Articles

Commercial Arbitration and Settlement: Empirical Insights into the Roles Arbitrators Play, which leads off the new Penn State Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation.   The role of arbitrators in setting the stage for settlement has received relatively little attention despite the fact that, as our survey shows, the rate of pre-award and pre-hearing settlement is increasing.  Moreover, different arbitrators are experiencing very different rates of settlement and have different attitudes toward their roles in settlement.  However, the survey shows that many arbitrators are engaged in activities that have an impact on settlement. Please go to the following link and click the button to download the article:

The final published version of our analysis of the Fortune 1,000 Corporate Counsel Survey, Living with ADR, will lead off the new volume of the Harvard Negotiation Law Review.   The published version may be found at the following link: