Date Published: 12:15:57 AM Thursday, 23-January-2020
Making Mediation Law focuses on regulatory aspects of mediation and provides a step-by-step guide to making mediation policy and law. Mediation law affects all parties and can take a variety of different forms, from private contracts and codes of conduct to legislation.For mediation law to be successful, it requires a set of principles and techniques. The authors of this book provide an exposition of those principles and techniques, encapsulating the regulatory aspects of mediation in a step-by-step guide. This easy-to-read, practical book draws on international research, policy, and practice, and it offers valuable advice to a wide audience involved in the lawmaking process. Given the universality of the topic, the book serves a broad audience, is written in practical terms, and is offered in English and Arabic. Each chapter enriches the theoretical discussion with practical case studies. The first part of the book focuses on common issues, definitions, and models of mediation.