This article seeks to bring the submerged issue of arbitration's relationship to democracy to the surface of the mandatory arbitration debate. Its goal is relatively modest: To recognize and articulate the relationship between democracy and arbitration as an issue worth considering, to analyze the democratic character of arbitration and to suggest some implications of this assessment.
Richard C. Reuben,
Democracy and Dispute Resolution: The Problem of Arbitration,
67 Law and Contemporary Problems
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol67/iss1/11