Newsletter – March 2011
What are the main Methods / Styles of Mediation? – Part 2
In our January Newsletter we outlined the names that are generally attributed to the different traditional methods or styles of mediation.
In this article we take a further look at how some other juristractions, like Mediation Council of Illinois & Florida’s professional standards for mediators deal with the issue of varing styles of Mediation.
Mandatory Mediation Introduced in the UK for all Divorcing Couples
Divorcing couples will be referred to mediation to sort out most disputes before they are allowed to use the courts, the government has announced.
Justice Minister Jonathan Djanogly said mediation was “a quicker, cheaper and more amicable alternative” to the over-worked family courts. “Mediation already helps thousands of legally aided people across England and Wales every year, but I am concerned those funding their own court actions are missing out on the benefits it can bring.
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“A very Interesting introduction to Mediation, Mindsets & the lawyers role within the process” – Kellie Butler BL – Barrister
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