“Globalisation has changed the face of litigation immensely. This reinforces the struggle for adjudicatory authority. As stated by a Professor Emeritus of History and a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School ”a movement towards substantive justice, outside the procedural norms of the legal system, has evolved into a movement for procedural reform of the judicial system’ for which disputants find easily accessible.”

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Globalisation has changed the face of litigation immensely. This reinforces the struggle for adjudicatory authority. As stated by a Professor Emeritus of History and a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School ”a movement towards substantive justice, outside the procedural norms of the legal system, has evolved into a movement for procedural reform of the judicial system’ for which disputants find easily accessible[1].

The promotion of ADR can be viewed as an integral part of the ADR movement: when properly considered, it becomes obvious ADR is less an alternative and more of a means of restoring and infringing the litigation system and encouraging the judicial process, particularly where it is supported by the public justice system through the provision of in-court schemes[2]. Accordingly, it has been emphasised by an ADR advocate that the ‘alternatives’ have come at a moment where there is a renewed self-consciousness about the…

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