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The purpose of court-connected mediation from the legal perspective


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Rundle, OC (2007) The purpose of court-connected mediation from the legal perspective. Bond University Dispute Resolution Centre, Queensland, Australia.

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The divergence of mediation practice from dominant paradigms of mediation is widely recognised.
Mediation practice within the context of general civil litigation is particularly prone to
diverge from the dominant theoretical notion of mediation. It is likely that the perspectives of legal
participants, who are influenced by the legal world view, contribute to this divergence. Lawyer
perceptions of the purpose of court-connected mediation are likely to align with the goals of the
formal civil justice system.

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Publisher: Bond University Dispute Resolution Centre
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© 2007 the Bond University Dispute Resolution Centre, Faculty of Law, Bond University, and the author.

Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2008 15:44
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2010 03:00
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