Migrating Away From Traditional Models Of Mediation

Migrating Away From Traditional Models Of Mediation

Mediation is often viewed by lawyers as a “this” or “that” on the spectrum from facilitative to evaluative. In reality, experienced neutrals view mediation as a process customized to the needs of the parties in a particular case.

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