Don't know your BATNA from your WATNA from your ZOPA? Think PATNA is a type of rice? Not sure what Cellar Blindness is? Or what FDRs/DI Ps/ LIPs are? Mediation: An A-Z Guide tells you, distilling practical information, informed comment and useful advice and tips. Over 500 entries provide curated information on practical mediation topics guiding you through the thicket of mediation jargon. Mediation: An A-Z Guide ensures you have no need to feel nervous about mediation because you: will understand what is being said will have the knowledge and confidence to use the buzz words Whether you are a mediator, a representative, a client, a lawyer or a nonlawyer you will find what you are looking for. Portable and practical and with an easy-to-read, punchy style and user-friendly format this is more than just a dictionary. Entries follow the same pattern: Topic Heading Definition Comment In practice - bullet points nail the everyday application of the topic See also - for internal cross references Follow up - for further sourcesÜber den Autor:
Stephen Walker practices as a civil and commercial mediator and has conducted over 300 civil and commercial mediations. He has undertaken specialised training in family and workplace mediation and advanced training with MATA and is dual certified in the USA through INADR. Stephen is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitration and also a visiting lecturer in mediation at Kings College London. He was also a judge at the ICI International Mediation Competition in Paris in 2014 and 2015; and a speaker and panelist at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Dispute Appointment Convention in November 2014 and the ADR Group's Annual Oxford Conference in 2014. Publications * Mediaton Advocacy: Representing Clients in Mediation (Bloomsbury Professional, 2015) * Contributor to How to Master Commercial Mediation (David Richbell, Bloomsbury Professional, 2014) - chapter on mediating shareholder disputes and warranty claims * Advising and Representing Clients At Mediation (co-written with David Smith, Wildy Practice Guide, 2013)
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