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Mediation in Family Disputes


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Preface to the 3rd edition; Prologue; What is family mediation?; The emergence of family mediation; The legal context; Conflicts and disputes; Negotiation and mediation; The mediator; The session and the strategies; When to mediate; Confidentiality; Children and the mediation process; Fairness; Epilogue; Bibliography; Index.

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Marian Roberts is qualified as a barrister, a social worker and has been in continuous practice as a family mediator since 1982. During the 1990s she was responsible for overseeing the creation and development of the National Family Mediation's professional practice framework and was co-manager of the first child protection mediation scheme to operate in the UK, funded by the Department of Health. She is a member of the Reunite Steering Group on Child Abduction and Mediation, a Governor of the UK College of Family Mediators and Chair of its Professional Standards Committee. She is also Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science and teaches additional Masters courses at the School of Oriental and African Studies and on the London University LL.M (Masters in Law) degree.

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