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"American journal of Mediation" from Civil Trial Mediators.

The American College of Civil Trial Mediators (ACCTM; Orlando, FL) has begun the publication of the "American Journal of Mediation," an annual journal focusing on ethical and professionals standards of mediation practice and the growth and efficacy of alternative dispute resolution systems.

The ACCTM said the journal was created to serve "a high level of experience in the national dispute resolution community." The first two issues include articles on: the case for mediated case management; formal mediation in professional sports; disaster mediation and conflict coordination; good faith in mediation; protecting mediation communications in federal courts; using mediation to resolve environmental and natural resources disputes; invisible barriers to mediation; the role of mediation in trademark disputes; and, the mediator's role in the family business.

The ACCTM is a non-profit organization involved in mediation, conflict management and alternative dispute resolution, and produces related publications, ADR educational programs and research and seminars. Other publications produced by ACCTM include "How ADR Works," "Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice Guide" and "Navigating the Mediation Process."
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Date:Sep 1, 2008
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