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International Developments In Mediation (Internationale Entwicklungen Der Gerichtsnahen Mediation), Nadja Alexander May 2003

International Developments In Mediation (Internationale Entwicklungen Der Gerichtsnahen Mediation), Nadja Alexander

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From Common Law To Civil Law Jurisdictions: Court Adr On The Move In Germany, Nadja Alexander Dec 2001

From Common Law To Civil Law Jurisdictions: Court Adr On The Move In Germany, Nadja Alexander

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In Australia today, ADR processes are recognised not only as a distinct system of dispute resolution, but also as a system that interacts interdependently with the legal system. This is most clearly demonstrated in the context of court-related mediation, which is increasingly seen as an effective way to increase access to, participation in, and satisfaction with the way legal disputes are resolved. Cappelletti categorises ADR as the third wave in the worldwide access-to-justice movement. ADR provides a different approach and a different sort of justice for solving disputes — what Cappelletti labels ‘co-existential justice’.


German Law Paves The Way For Mandatory Mediation, Nadja Alexander Feb 2000

German Law Paves The Way For Mandatory Mediation, Nadja Alexander

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Effective as of 1 January 2000, the Federal Government of Germany has introduced legislation permitting all German states (Laender) to introduce mandatory court-connected mediation with respect to certain kinds of civil disputes.


Within The Civil Law Tradition, Nadja Alexander Jul 1999

Within The Civil Law Tradition, Nadja Alexander

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A review of the international literature on ADR reveals a wide spectrum of dispute resolution processes practised throughout the world. It also demonstrates significant differences among different countries’ application of ADR procedures; for example, mediation.