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Culture is an aspect of the dispute resolution process that is gradually receiving more attention. But what exactly does culture mean in this context? Is cross-cultural dispute resolution a subject of interest only in the international setting, or is it also seen in the domestic context? Professor Ilhyung Lee of the University of Missouri will address these questions and encourage a more deliberate consideration of the culture component.
SPEAKER Ilhyung Lee, Director, Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution and Edward W. Hinton Professor of Law