Online Moot Court

Friday, December 20, 2002

The Internet sparks a wide range of disputes, but it also has the power to resolve them. Right now, the Internet is home to about 40 websites devoted to alternative dispute brokering. Now, the technology is catching the attention of law schools. This month, law students from around the world began "online-international-alternative-dispute-resolution-moot-court." OTM's Susan Kaplan offers a translation of the legal jargon.

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