The article focuses on mediation ethics in Australia and discusses issues raised by the ethic of neutrality including that contemporary mediation practice lacks a sufficiently developed theoretical structure. It highlights the developments in Australian mediation practice and reflects on the book "Beyond Neutrality: Confronting the Crisis in Conflict Resolution" by Bernard Mayer which is concerning neutrality in dispute resolution.
|Number of pages
|James Cook University Law Review
|Published - 1 Jan 2012