Effective dispute resolution (DR) processes must fit the unique circumstances of a dispute and the particular needs and dynamics of parties. DR practitioners must be mindful of these complex variables when designing the process. This article outlines practical tips and tools for DR practitioners in designing effective DR processes, and considers the important role of party advisors in assisting their clients. It provides a useful table outlining various process elements that can be considered and adjusted by practitioners and advisors.
Read full article here: Design in Dispute Resolution Practice
|Helen Shurven: Member, National Native Title Tribunal|
|Clair Berman-Robinson: Practice Manager, National Native Title Tribunal|