Private judging in California

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ADR Bulletin ADR Bulletin | Number 7 Volume 1 Article 3 1-1-1999 Private judging in California Lillian Corbin This Article is brought to you by ePublications@bond . It has been accepted for inclusion in ADR Bulletin by an authorized administrator of ePublications@bond. For more information, please contact Bond University's Repository Coordinator . Recommended Citation Corbin, Lillian (1999) "Private judging in California," ADR Bulletin : Vol. 1: No. 7, Article 3. Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/adr/vol1/iss7/3
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96 ............................................................................................................................................ vol 1 no 7, December/January 1999 The ADR Bulletin Although nearly half of the American states provide some form of private judging, none does so as extensively as California. This state first made provision for a private judge system in the California Code of Civil Procedure in 1872 but little use was made of it until the 1970s. Presently, by virtue of art VI, s 21 of the
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