RATUL , Guwahati,Assam IN email@example.com 02/28/09
THANKYOU FOR YOUR RESORCEFUL WRITTING.IN INDIA MEDIATION IS A NEW AREA AND JUDICIARY HAS GIVEN EMPHASIS IN ORDER TO REDUCE THE BURDEN OF OVERLOADING OF LITIGATION..I AM AN ADVOCATE AND A MEMBER OF THE INDIAN LAW INSTITUTE,NEW DELHI.ASSAM CHAPTER OF THIS INSTITUTE ORGANISED A WORKSHOP ON MEDIATION AND PLEA BURGAINING.I HAVE FOUND IT TO BE REALLY FRUITFUL FOR ALL INCLUDING THE LITTIGANTS IN PARTICULAR.
Zena Zumeta, Ann Arbor MI 02/08/09
Very interesting and thought provoking! Thank you so much for writing this.
Anthony , Leeds UK 02/05/09
I liked the succinct way Fredrike Bannick covers how we can measure our competence before, during and after our mediations. The best detailed article I have read on how we rate mediators is written by Amanda Bucklow on London and you will see it at www.amandabucklow.co.uk. When asking for feedback I like to remind users about the qualities to look for.
emmy , Warsaw 02/05/09
Your article titled "supermediator" is very interesting. It has inspired me to start writing a follow-up using another theory in Psychology which might be useful in mediation,and particularly complimentory to your ideas.However, I am not a supermediator, but I have faith in my instictively given strategy to help make difference in lives of others.