Mediation: Principles, Process, Practice, 2nd edition
Mediation: Principles, Process, Practice provides a comprehensive and up-to-date account of mediation as it is currently practised in New Zealand.
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Mediation: Principles, Process, Practice reflects the rapid development in mediation over the past 10 years, including the growth and diversity of mediation practice, and the development of theory relating to mediation and associated processes. The textbook also focuses on the increased legalisation of mediation, and there is discussion of significant legislative and case law developments, particularly in relation to issues of confidentiality and "without prejudice".
Table of contents
PART I: MEDIATION PRINCIPLES
Chapter 1: Introduction to Mediation
Chapter 2: Origins, Values, and Objectives of Mediation
Chapter 3: Culture, Conflict, and Negotiation in Mediation
Chapter 4: Mediation, Justice, and the Legal System
PART II: THE MEDIATION PROCESS
Chapter 5: The Mediation Process
Chapter 6: Roles and Functions in Mediation
Chapter 7: Choice of Mediation and Mediator
PART III: THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF MEDIATION
Chapter 8: Court-Connected Mediation
Chapter 9: Mediation — The Public and Private Regimes
Chapter 10: Mediation Clauses, Agreements to Mediate, and Mediated Agreements
Chapter 11: Training, Accreditation, and Codes of Conduct in Mediation
Chapter 12: Mediator Liability and Immunity
Chapter 13: Mediation Confidentiality, Privacy, and Privilege
Chapter 14: Looking Back and Looking Forward