Mediation: Principles, process, practiceLaw Faculty Publications
Date of this Version1-1-2005
AbstractPart One elucidates the historical foundations of mediation in different contexts and the theories and values underlying its modern applications. Part Two describes how mediation is conducted, in its many variations, with reference to the roles of mediators, parties, lawyers and the others involved in the process. Part Three describes the modern practice of mediation, in Australia and abroad, and analyses the numerous laws and cases that regulate aspects of the mediation process.
Citation InformationLaurence Boulle. Mediation: Principles, process, practice. 2ndChatswood(2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/laurence_boulle/43/