Friday, May 1

The Edges of Orthodoxy in Mediation - John Wade's latest

The Edges of Orthodoxy in Mediation

'The writer finds less-than-orthodox [mediator] practices fascinating, while affirming that titillating tales of the fascinating fringe provide no legal relief from the hard work of sustaining competency in the orthodox foundations. Is this an argument for ‘anything goes’, as long as it leads to a signed settlement document?’ No. There are obviously shifting marketplace, ethical and legal limitations on the behaviours of mediators (see annexure A). Nevertheless, there is considerable diversity within the overlapping trilogy of boundaries...' [read more].

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