Henry Brown

Henry Brown

Henry Brown, a solicitor and mediator in the U.K., has been, and remains, one of the earliest and most committed proponents for mediation practice in both the civil/business and family contexts in the United Kingdom and Europe over the last 30 years. In addition to practice, he also teaches and writes extensively on ADR, including his most recent book co-authored with Arthur Marriott, Q.C., ADR Principles and Practice, Third Ed., 2011.




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Musings on Mediators, Pizza-Makers, and Humanity (03/02/15)
I began this article on the future of mediation practice at what I thought, reasonably enough, was the beginning. Discussing how I came to New York in 1985 to train with John Haynes on a new approach to managing disputes that at that time had not yet found its way to the United Kingdom where I practised as a solicitor. However, In the course of writing and reviewing this piece, it began to dawn on me that while the trip was my conscious recollection of the beginning, it was not the actual beginning of my attraction, engagement and investment in what has become a personally and professionally fulfilling career.