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May issue of the journal out now

  • 1.  May issue of the journal out now

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    Posted 16-05-2023 03:00 PM

    the arbitrator & mediator - May 2023
    The May issue of the arbitrator & mediator vol. 42 no. (1) is now available on our website and includes articles, practitioner's notes, conference papers, case notes, book reviews, and for the first time – a student submission.
    This fantastic free resource brings together thinking from across the dispute resolution community and provides stimulating professional development. 
    Click here to access the latest edition
    The May edition brings together:

    Case notes

    - by Samantha Chiu, Jacob Elliott, Ryan Cable, Jemma Keys, Roxana Carrion and Karen Ingram

    A batch of articles

    - Dispute Resolution and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice
    Hanna Jaireth

    - Confidentiality in Mediation: When Can You Disclose Something Said in Mediation?
    Alicia Hill

    - Options for Clients When Property Mediation Results in Partial but Not Total Agreements
    Matthew Shepherd

    - Could the Duration of Mediation Conferences Be a Risk to the Voluntariness of Settlement Agreements?
    Rob Lilley

    Conference Papers

    - Emerging Trends in Dispute Resolution 
    The Hon Justice Julie K Ward

    - National Arbitration List – A Practical Look at the Last Two Years
    The Hon Justice Josh Wilson

    Practitioner's Notes

    - Ten Tips for the Mediation of Family Law Property Disputes 
    The Hon Justice Robert McClelland AO
    - Communicating Restorative Justice to the Public – How Could this be Improved?
    Christina Mārie Tay

    Book Reviews

    New Frontiers in Asia-Pacific International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
    Edited by Luke Nottage, Shahla Ali, Bruno Jetin and Nobumichi Teramura
    Jay Tseng
    - More Disputes and Differences – Essays on the History of Arbitration and its Continuing Relevance 
    by Derek Roebuck
    Phillip Greenham

    Student Submissions
    - Leaving the Door Open to Sue a Non-Lawyer Mediator Under the New Zealand Fair Trading Act 1986 and the Effects of Exclusion of Liability and Indemnity Clauses
    Asheeta Nandini 

    We welcome contributions throughout the year. Please email us at if you would like to make a submission.

     Read the May issue here

    Rukmini Sengupta Roy
    Resolution Institute