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ADR: Principles and Practice, 3rd Edition
ISBN/ISSN/Product Number: L16830-E3
Product Type: Book
Number of Volumes: 1 volume bound
Binding: hardcover
Publication Date: 2011-12-31
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell (U.K.)
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Description
ADR: Principles and Practice is an essential Alternative Dispute Resolution title. The third edition covers theory, principles and practice of ADR, especially mediation, providing understanding, guidance and authority. It explores and integrates models of practice and negotiation generally; examines strategies; provides precedents; assists practitioners, policy makers and the judiciary in addressing the issues affecting practice. It introduces the psychology of dispute resolution and working with high conflict parties, and generally provides an encyclopedic work of reference for practitioners and students. CONTENTSChapter 1: Analyzing ADR Chapter 2: The dispute resolution toolkit: a process overviewChapter 3: ADR philosophies and motivation: common values and differencesChapter 4: NegotiationChapter 5: ADR and the courtsChapter 6: ArbitrationChapter 7: Contractual adjudication and other adjudicatory processesChapter 8: Mediation – General principlesChapter 9: Mediation – Practice overviewChapter 10: Civil and commercial mediationChapter 11: Divorce and other family mediationChapter 12: Neighborhood and community mediation Chapter 13: Restorative justice and practicesChapter 14: Workplace and employment dispute resolutionChapter 15: Environmental and public issue mediationChapter 16: Mediator attributes, skills and rolesChapter 17: Lawyers' role representing parties in mediation Chapter 18: Non-binding ADR evaluative processesChapter 19: Hybrid processes – Med-arb, arb-med, neutral fact-finding expert and ombudsmanChapter 20: Collaborative processesChapter 21: Introduction to dispute resolution psychologyChapter 22: Working with high conflict partiesChapter 23: Confidentiality and privilegeChapter 24: Ethics and values, fairness and power
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About the Author
Henry Brown is a solicitor, mediator and trainer, now retired from legal practice. Co-author of ADR Principles & Practice (First Edition 1993, Second Edition 1999), he has been involved in the establishment of various mediation training programmes including the initial training faculty of CEDR, co-founding the Family Mediators Association (of which he is a Vice-President) and establishing the mediation programme for Resolution.
Arthur L. Marriott QC is the Head of Chambers at 12 Gray's Inn Square. He is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales and of the Supreme Court of Hong Kong. His practice focuses on international arbitration and commercial litigation. He is the co-author of ADR Principles and Practice (First Edition 1993, Second Edition 1999), and a co-editor of, and author in, Bernstein's Handbook of Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice (3rd edition.).
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