The arbitrator and mediator | Resolution Institute

Journal | May 2019 | Available for purchase & free for members



  • Overview of dispute resolution, suggestions, solutions and options – tips from a practitioner and options, Michael Mills
  • Facilitative mediation ethics: how does our own bias and awareness inform our work?, Mieke Brandon
  • Evidence in international commercial arbitration – Exploring a new framework, Hon. Peter Vickery QC FCIArb FACICA
  • The journey from babel to Pentecost: the significance of language in dispute resolution theory, Dr John Woodward B.Leg.S, LLM, MCIArb.
  • Psychological factors impacting on the design of online dispute resolution platforms, Laura Keily
  • Farm debt mediation in the evolving dispute resolution landscape, Hanna Jaireth
  • The enforceability of arbitration clauses involving actions in rem: a critical analysis of the rationale in Lawson v Gawith, James J Anson-Holland
  • If you sent the file to the litigation section you failed the client: managing conflict in the context of the South Australian Magistrates Court, Dr Andrew J Cannon AM
  • Sports arbitration – Consent, independence and impartiality, Elizabeth Brimer SC
  • All court up with justice: Prominence & fairness of ADR in sport (Tennis), Karolina M Wlodarczak

Case notes

  • Arb-med-arb: Follow the rules or face the costs, Erika Williams and Alex Nicolaidis
  • Out in the cold: WA Court of Appeal upholds freezing order against Spanish-owned construction company involved in arbitration, Elinor Buys and Erika Williams
  • Pakistan Reinsurance Company v Equitas Limited – English High Court September 2018, Nick Longley

Legislation update

  • Internationalising the International Arbitration Act, Erika Williams

Book reviews

  • Mediating with Families (Thomson Reuters, 4th ed., 2018), Margaret Halsmith
  • The Conflict Paradox: Seven Dilemmas at the Core of Disputes, Catherine Gillespie

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