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The Power of Mediation

It was an early start on a grey rainy day for the 4 ½ – hour journey to the venue and on arrival I found that we had only 2 rooms booked – an office and a very cosy storage room no bigger than a cupboard.  This was a workplace dispute where the breakdown in […]

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What Might Artificial Intelligence Mean For Alternative Dispute Resolution?

This blog first appeared in the Kluwer Mediation Blog on August 30th and can be accessed here. Artificial Intelligence (AI), the notion that computerised systems can replace human thought processes and interactions, continues to gain traction in all areas of life including the legal profession and in particular in the field of dispute resolution. Lex […]

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The Value of Joint Sessions – Dynamic and Engaging

The recent 2018 biennial CEDR mediation audit reported mediators observing a significant resistance (25% of comments) to joint meetings at the start of a mediation day. The audit shows that this resistance appears to be largely driven by lawyers who argue that no purpose is served by these meetings as parties are already familiar with […]

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Future Leader Spotlight – Elliot Boakes

The CEDR New Dialogues programme is back following a successful inaugural training in October 2017 which saw 40 young leaders from the world’s of government, law, business and the voluntary sector receive training from CEDR. The CEDR New Dialogues programme offers a unique opportunity for young and emerging leaders to develop 21st Century, conflict management, […]

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Future Leader Spotlight – Ebunlomo Azeez

The CEDR New Dialogues programme is back following a successful inaugural training in October 2017 which saw 40 young leaders from the worlds of government, law, business and the voluntary sector receive expert training from CEDR. The CEDR New Dialogues programme offers a unique opportunity for young and emerging leaders to develop 21st Century conflict […]

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