Sir Terence Etherton, Master of the Rolls Civil Justice Memorial Lecture 2018 and Digital Justice Reform

SIR TERENCE ETHERTON, MASTER OF THE ROLLS CIVIL JUSTICE AFTER JACKSON CONKERTON MEMORIAL LECTURE 2018 LIVERPOOL LAW SOCIETY, 15 MARCH 2018 See full text: https://bit.ly/2G6HWBA "I have only been able to touch upon a number of ongoing and future reforms. There are, of course, others, not least the ongoing development of our Business and Property Courts …

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Decalogue of Good Practices for Electronic Mediation

Quality training must provide mediation professionals with the skills and abilities that reflect the times in which we live. Among other aspects, this means becoming familiar with the electronic environment and with asynchronous communications in real time. For this reason, every effort must be made to ensure that the training received by these professionals meets the criteria of the …

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Legal Framework and Harmonization of ADR/ODR Methods

Quantitative and qualitative benefits are emerging from ADR/ODR methods but the lack of legal and technical interoperability, the uncertainty about the value of the outcomes obtained through these methods, and the proliferation of many heterogeneous and fragmented practices, regulations and rules, especially in cross border disputes, do not contribute to creating an atmosphere of trust. …

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Mediation, Legal framework and Comparative Law

After an initial overview of socioeconomic data in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Asia and Europe, and after an analysis of the current regulatory provisions pertaining to the process of mediation, this study proceeds to identify a number of principles and standards that have contributed to the progressive definition of the concept …

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