Washington Law Review
This Article first examines the use of ODR [online dispute resolution] as a tool for private sector dispute resolution. It explores some of the reasons for a slower rate of uptake in business-to-consumer e-commerce disputes. The Article then suggests that a new and innovative use for ODR may be for public sector dispute resolution—between governments and citizens. The use of technology for public dispute resolution may promote access to justice in the administrative context.
Government-to-Citizen Online Dispute Resolution: A Preliminary Inquiry,
79 Wash. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uw.edu/wlr/vol79/iss1/11