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Brick Court’s John Sturrock pulled it all together in Edinburgh this last week hosting the International Academy of Mediators’ spring meeting.

The best and brightest of the global mediation community gathered and even got their own tartan to mark the event!

A fantastic program was on offer including Bothy Supper Conversations at local Old Town restaurants and pubs – for more go to #iamedinburgh2018

 

 

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Congratulations to William Wood QC who won the Mediator of the Year at the 2018 Who’s Who Legal Awards in London, Tuesday evening this week. Well done Bill! Tremendous recognition for a job well done. Full details can be found here.

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Aftercare, Chardonnay and Arizona

Sitting on a panel of mediators in front of an audience of US insurance lawyers last month the topic of mediation aftercare came up. The view on all sides was that when mediations do not settle on the day the mediator’s involvement in the days and weeks that follow is now routine and expected . […]

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Eat Toast In Bed – Go to Sleep With Crumbs

Sometimes in mediation, I ever so gently broach the subject of responsibility. Take a construction defect case, and maybe also a joint venture dispute. In private with the claimant party, I wonder out loud what measure of responsibility might be factored in for their part of the dispute they now found themselves consumed by. I explain this may […]

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A Baptism of Fire

Returning to London for a series of mediations this spring my cure for  jet-lag is a one-day Civil Justice Council workshop on the role of ADR in the civil justice system. 90 people packed into the ballroom of a central London hotel: High Court Judges, District Judges, Employment Judges, solicitors, barristers, arbitrators, mediators, the voluntary […]

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