Principles Of Negotiation And Mediation

  • Date Published 16/01/2019
Principles Of Negotiation And Mediation
Principles Of Negotiation And Mediation

The fact that conflict is a constant feature of human existence is not perplexing; settlement of conflict in a manner that would engender lasting peace and harmony in any relationship remains a challenge to the uninitiated in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes. ADR is rapidly growing in popularity, and preference for it is the reason that it provides alternative ways of resolving conflicts away from the regular litigation, which is fraught with various drawbacks. Negotiation and Mediation are two key ADR processes, which are mainly preferred. ADR in general and Mediation in particular received a boost with the establishment in 2002 of the Lagos State Multi-Door Courthouse (LMCD). The LMDC is the first Court-connected ADR Centre in Africa. The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja and other states like Abia, Akwa-Ibom, Kaduna and Kano have established their Multi-Door Courthouses, while several other states are at different levels of establishing theirs. These Multi-Door Courthouses have provided the platform for the practice of various ADR processes

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Book Chapters

  • Preliminary PagesPreliminary Pages
  • Chapter 1Anatomy Of Conflict
  • Chapter 2The Competent Mediator
  • Chapter 3Bringing Parties To Settlement: The Role Of The Adr Judge
  • Chapter 4Dynamics Of International Conciliation
  • Chapter 5Online Negotiation And Mediation
  • Chapter 6Practical Skills In Mediation
  • Chapter 7Ethical Considerations And Code Of Conduct For Mediators
  • Chapter 8Mediating To Resolve Family Conflicts
  • Chapter 9Court Mandated Mediation: Lessons Learned In The Lagos Multi-door Courthouse
  • Chapter 10The Multi-door Courthouse Concept: Taking Lawyers Out Of The Court?
  • Chapter 11Gender And Cultural Issues In Negotiation And Mediation
  • Chapter 12Confidentiality In Mediation Proceedings
  • Chapter 13Mediating Workplace Dispute
  • General IndexGeneral Index
  • Table Of CasesTable Of Cases

Principles Of Negotiation And Mediation

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