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Mediation: An A-Z Guide.


Mediation: An A-Z Guide

Stephen Walker



542 pages


Bloomsbury Professional


The information in this book has been curated, says Walker, comparing it to Google. Readers do not have to scroll through screen after screen of Search Engine Optimization and Sponsored Entries to find what they need. It is alphabetical. The information is for anyone who is interested in or involved in mediation, including people in disputes who know nothing about the law or mediation, clients who want to understand more clearly what their lawyers are telling them, lawyers who go to mediation and need a vade mecum, lawyers who avoid mediation but would like to feel comfortable when it comes up, non-lawyers who go to mediation and need a crib sheet, and students. The information is crisp, in short sentences and paragraphs. The entries are heavily cross-referenced. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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