Prepared by Maria R. Volpe, Ph.D. & Nickie Phillips, Ph.D.
City University of New York Dispute Resolution Consortium (CUNY DRC)
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 899 Tenth Ave., 5th Floor, NY, NY 10019
Phone: 212/237-8692 Fax: 212/237-8646
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