June 12, 2021

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A viable solution for reducing Barbados’ case backlog?

Alicia Nicholls

Burgeoning case backlogs have forced many Commonwealth Caribbean countries to take a harder look at the promotion of alternative dispute resolution techniques as opposed to litigation to solving disputes. This article discusses whether alternative dispute resolution (ADR) offers a viable solution for reducing Barbados’ large case backlog. Full article available here: ADR A viable solution for reducing Barbados case backlog_Nicholls.

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The Caribbean Trade Law and Development Blog is owned and was founded by Alicia Nicholls, B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc. (Dist.), LL.B. (Hons), a Caribbean-based trade and development consultant. She writes and presents regularly on trade and development matters affecting the Caribbean and other small states. You can follow her on Twitter @LicyLaw. All views expressed on this Blog are Alicia's personal views and do NOT necessarily reflect the views of any institution or entity with which she may from time to time be affiliated.

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