University of Florida – Levin College of Law
September 1, 1994
Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, Vol. 12, p. 111, 1994
This is an excerpt from an extensive work-in-progress dealing with mediator orientation and behavior.
Almost every conversation about «mediation» suffers from ambiguity. People have disparate visions of what mediation is or should be. Yet we lack a comprehensive system for describing these visions. This causes confusion when people try to choose between mediation and another process or grapple with how train, evaluate, regulate, or select mediators.
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