North Carolina Law Review

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A2J/A2K: Access to Justice, Access to Knowledge, and Economic Inequalities in Open Courts and Arbitration

March 21, 2018

96 N.C. L. Rev. 605 (2018) 


Courts and arbitration are creatures of our own making, refashioned regularly through politics producing legal change. By toggling back and forth in this Article between court-based adjudication, arbitration, and other forms of ADR, I show the degree to which the processes interact, how practices, regulations, and constitutional doctrine shape—and reshape—the normative expectations of each, and why a retrieval of public processes, consistent with protection of individuals’ privacy, is imperative for the body politic.



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