Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal (ADRJ)

Evaluating dispute resolution theory and practice in Australia and overseas

About the Journal
The Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal (ISSN: 1441-7847) is a key resource for staying up to date in the area of alternative dispute resolution. The journal features articles covering the broad spectrum of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods, including mediation, arbitration, independent expert appraisal, negotiation and early neutral evaluation.

This is the only Australasian journal covering the theory, analysis and practice of dispute resolution in Australia and overseas.

Covering a diversity of topical matters relating to ADR within and outside the court system, Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes articles from a broad range of ADR practitioners, teachers and academics.

Case notes provide applied illustrations of how dispute resolution processes work in practice, making the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal a practical and essential resource.

General Editor
Ruth Charlton is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and an experienced lawyer mediator. Her publications include The Dispute Resolution Guidebook (LBC Information Services, 2000) and The Mediator’s Handbook (2nd ed, Lawbook Co, 2004), with Micheline Dewdney.

Chief Editorial Consultant
Sir Laurence Street, AC, KCMG, formerly Chief Justice of New South Wales

Special Editorial Consultant
Micheline Dewdney, BA, Dip Soc Stud, Dip Crim, MA (Hons), Dip Laws, Solicitor, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Lawyer Mediator

Editorial Consultants
Dr Tom Altobelli, Judge, Federal Circuit Court of Australia
Ms Linda Fisher, Linda Fisher & Associates Pty Limited, Dispute Resolution and Training Specialists, Sydney, NSW
Ms Maureen Garwood, Approved Family and Child Mediator under the Family Law Act 1975, Mediator and Negotiator – Just Resolutions, Melbourne
Mr Paul Lewis, Lawyer and Mediator, Sexton Family Law, Solicitors, Kirribilli, NSW
Ms Babette Smith, Mediator and ADR Consultant, Author, Journalist
Professor David Spencer, Deputy Provost, Australian Catholic University
Dr Gregory Tillett, Senior Research Fellow in Conflict Resolution, University of Western Sydney, Nepean

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Contents listing
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