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Mediation Advocacy: Representing and Advising Clients in Mediation 2nd ed (eBook)


ISBN13: 9781526507945
Published: October 2018
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
Price: £67.50
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Mediation Advocacy: Representing Clients in Mediation reveals how to get the best out of mediation, taking the mediation advocate inside the process: from the initial consideration of mediation to settlement and beyond.

It teaches the legal, financial, psychological and practical dimensions of mediation. In using behavioural research, and practical experience, it explains what really happens at mediation, highlighting the traps to avoid, and shows mediation advocates how to negotiate effectively.

Whilst the core of the book is civil and commercial mediation, it also considers family, work place and community mediations, and shows the ways in which the processes differ.

Fully revised and updated, the new second edition will include:

  • A new chapter on ODR and online advocacy
  • Expanded chapter on mind traps and cognitive biases
  • Fuller examples of risk analysis
  • Updated scripts, flowcharts, precedents, check lists and visuals

Subjects:
Advocacy, eBooks, Mediation
Contents:
PART A: INTRODUCTION TO MEDIATION ADVOCACY AND THE MEDIATION PROCESS
Chapter 1: Negotiation framework
Chapter 2: What is mediation advocacy?
Chapter 3: What do clients want?
PART B: MEDIATION ADVOCACY SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES
Chapter 4: Negotiation fast track tactics
Chapter 5: What type of negotiator are you?
Chapter 6: How to avoid mind traps
Chapter 7: Mental preparation Chapter 8: Mediator's tricks
Chapter 9: How to build a mediation advocacy practice/business
PART C: THE MEDIATION
Chapter 10: How voluntary is mediation?
Chapter 11: How confidential in mediation?
Chapter 12: How do you choose a mediator, a team and a venue?
Chapter 13: Style wars: Who do you choose?
Chapter 14: The stages of the mediation day
Chapter 15: Physical preparation
Chapter 16: The Mediation Agreement
Chapter 17: The Settlement Agreement
Chapter 18: After the mediation
PART D: SELF ADVOCACY: REPRESENTING YOURSELF
Chapter 19: Self-Advocacy
PART E: DEVELOPMENTS
Chapter 20: Cross-cultural issues
Chapter 21: Online mediation/ODR
Chapter 22: What does the future look like?