Dealing with the challenges of court-connected mediation
20 June 2017
Tuesday 20 June
Where do the values of principled negotiation intersect with the traditional justice system?
Join the Newcastle Chapter to learn more about the challenges of court-connected mediations and how to work better with lawyers representing clients at mediation.
During this presentation, University of New South Wales PhD candidate John Woodward will be sharing findings from his current research in relation to lawyers' attitudes and behaviours in court-connected mediation.
Resolution Institute thanks Interrelate who are generously hosting this event.
About John Woodward
John is a solicitor with more than 30 years’ experience in commercial litigation practice. He is an NMAS-accredited mediator, a member of the Australian Dispute Resolution Network, a sessional lecturer in law and a PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales. John holds a Master of Laws in Dispute Resolution from UNSW and is a member of Resolution Institute and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. His research is in the area of lawyers’ engagement with court-connected mediation. He is a regular contributor to peer reviewed DR journals.