Spotlight on two new dispute resolution books
19 November 2018
Sydney| 19 November 2018
7:00pm - 7:30pm
Resolution Institute is always pleased to promote new books that we consider of value to our members, often through our newsletter or other digital communications. In 2018, three of our members have authored DR books. Resolution Institute is pleased to take the opportunity of our Annual General Meeting, to hold an accompanying event to turn the spotlight onto these significant additions to the dispute resolution library.
Mediating with Families 4th edition (2018) by Mieke Brandon and Linda Fisher
Mediating with Families provides insights into the theory and practice of family mediation, considering the variety of family relationships, such as those between same-sex, de facto and married couples, parents and adolescents, extended family relationships, siblings and their elderly parents. This thoroughly revised edition captures a wide range of new developments in family mediation and addresses issues including power and control, family violence, the parties’ motivations, and self-determination capacity.
Dispute Resolution (2018) by Michael Mills
Designed as a practitioner's guide to successful alternative dispute resolution, this work focusses on choosing the optimal alternative to commercial litigation with the goal of achieving a successful outcome for all parties. Taking a results-oriented approach, Commercial Dispute Resolution encompasses negotiation, mediation and arbitration, including an Asian perspective on international arbitration.
About the authors
Mieke Brandon is a mediation trainer, mentor and researcher Mieke is a nationally accredited mediator, a family dispute resolution practitioner and an advanced practitioner with the Association of Conflict Resolvers (USA), as well as Senior Teaching and Research Member of Bond University, DRC. Mieke served on the Board of Resolution Institute from 2013-2015
Linda Fisher was a nationally accredited mediator and family dispute resolution practitioner for more than 35 years. During that time, Linda was a sought-after mediation trainer and coach, an editorial consultant to the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal as well as a past recipient of a Law Foundation of NSW Travelling Fellowship to the USA.
Michael Mills is a commercial lawyer and partner at Quinn Emanuel with a longstanding commitment to dispute resolution. Michael has been the lead defence lawyer for some of Australia’s largest and most complex disputes, as well as having crafted a number of innovative dispute solutions for the benefit of corporate clients, both here and overseas. Michael served on the Board of LEADR for more than 9 years, and as its Chair from 2003-2007. Michael has also had past roles as a Visiting Fellow of the University of Western Australia Law School, visiting lecturer at Stanford Law School and is an Advisory Board member for the RAND Institute of Civil Justice