Riskin’s Grid: Do You Need a Facilitator or an Evaluator?

Riskin’s Grid: Do You Need a Facilitator or an Evaluator?

Leonard Riskin is a renowned law professor and ADR scholar who taught at the University of Missouri during the ‘90s. During this time, Professor Riskin set out to observe mediations and write about the work of people who call themselves “mediators.” The result is what has been called “Riskin’s Grid” or “Riskin’s Grid of Mediation Techniques.”

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