Scholarly as well as readable, it is a book which will no doubt be regarded as essential reading for lawyers as well as meditators, who should lose no time in acquiring it.
Elizabeth Robson Taylor MA of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers, Reviews Editor, “The Barrister”, and Mediator
Irish contributors Conneely and O'Shea to Family Mediation: Contemporary Issues, in an excellent analysis, provide the Irish perspective and examine the development of family mediation in Ireland.
Keith Walsh, The Parchment
...this substantial and interesting collection of essays aims to provide a critical overview of current developments and research in family mediation in the UK and Ireland, to improve professional practice and enhance understanding of family mediation by expanding knowledge, and to engage 'scholars' and practitioners in actively exchanging ideas and collaborating. Overall it succeeds.
This impressive book is a must read for all dispute resolution practitioners particularly family mediators and all of those individuals and professionals who are stakeholders in the family justice system. The book is both an academic and theoretical tour de force
Dominic Raeside, Family Law in Partnership
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