University of Baltimore Journal of International Law


Based upon the theory of justice, founded on reciprocal and co-operative recognition, this study seeks to demonstrate that there are alternative means of dispute resolution within the spheres of family and work, which produce binding decisions that are accepted by the parties to the conflict as fair. At the same time, it also seeks to demonstrate that certain conflicts cannot be withdrawn from the pur-view and judgment of the State Judiciary System, with the goal of reestablishing the confidence that individuals have in the decision-making system of the state legal system.



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