The latest Part of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: “Re-appraising Mediation’s Value of Self-determination” – Laurence Boulle and Rachael Field; “Issues of Justice in Mediated Outcomes for Survivors of Sexual Abuse in State Care?” – Louise Marie Mc Donald and Patrick O’Leary; “The Danger in Prescribing the Publication of International Commercial Arbitration Awards in Order to Cure a Stagnating Common Law” – Michael Elliott; “Bringing Children Metaphorically into the Room: Strategies FDRPs can Use to Focus Parents on their Children’s Best Interests” – Donna Cooper; “Client Case Management: Does It Compromise the FDR Practitioner?” – Mieke Brandon and Linda Kochanski; “Expert Determination as Dispute Resolution in New Zealand” – Shane Campbell; “Silent Parties in Arbitration: Does Rinehart v Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd Open the Door for Increased Third-party Participation in Arbitral Proceedings?” – Andrew L Mason; and “Nation Building through Mediation: The Mongolia Experience” – Katherine Johnson. It also contains the following sections: Editorial – Ruth Charlton; Case Notes: “Lack of Capacity to Enter a Mediated Settlement Agreement; and Good Faith & Satisfactory Mediation under the Farm Debt Mediation Act; and Mediation Media Watch” – David Spencer; and Book Review: “Dispute Resolution: A practitioner’s guide to successful alternative Dispute Resolution”, by Michael Mills – Reviewed by Mieke Brandon and Elizabeth Rosa.
The latest Part of the Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice includes the following articles: “Three contemporary issues in civil litigation: Discovery, expert evidence, and alternative dispute resolution” – The Honourable Thomas Frederick Bathurst AC; “Civil justice: Haves, have-nots and what to do about them” – Justice Stephen Kós; and “Disaster & resilience: The Canterbury earthquakes and their legal aftermath” – Justice Stephen Kós. Also in this Part are the editorial Comments on “Experts and Opinion Evidence” – Damien J Cremean; and “A Question of Malice: United Kingdom Supreme Court Justices Split 5-4 in Willers v Joyce (Executors of Albert Gubay Deceased)  UKSC 43” – Roderick Joyce.
The latest Part of the Journal of Judicial Administration includes the following articles: “Assessing the adequacy of judicial complements” – Judith Bellis, Catherine McKinnon and David Murchie; “Inefficiencies of court administration despite participants’ goodwill” – Ludmila Stern, Uldis Ozolins and Sandra Hale; “Justice and technological innovation” – Tania Sourdin. There is also a review of the following book: “Non-Adversarial Justice” by Michael King, Arie Freiberg, Becky Batagol and Ross Hyams.
The latest Part of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: “International arbitration in Australia: 2014/2015 in review” – Albert Monichino QC and Alex Fawke; “The (im)propriety of judicial mediation – David Kwok; “All the way with ADR: Further endorsement of ADR in litigation” – Tina Popa; “Religious tribunals and courts of law – are their decisions or procedural determinations subject to review by secular courts?” – Nadav Prawer; “Mediation of property division in late stage Family law matters: A procedural initiative” – Marilyn Scott; “Emotion in mediation” – Ken Skinner; and “Applying findings from neuroscience to inform and enhance mediator skills” – Craig Smith. It also contains Case notes: “Intervening in mediation; the right to public over private mediation; and mediation media watch” – David Spencer.
The Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice is vital reading for all civil dispute practitioners. It uniquely brings together analysis and discussion of many issues in practice, procedure and litigation, and provides a forum to address fundamental change in those areas. The Journal has a broad, practical scope, and is now welcoming articles, comments, case notes and ...more
The first ever issue of the Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice includes several interesting articles and sections on a wide range of topics. There are articles on the importance of early identification of issues in litigation, efficiency and cost in different legal cultures, security for costs against impecunious plaintiffs and preliminary discovery, discovery to identify a party and non-party discovery. There is also a book review and a Comments section. This new journal is not to be missed!
The April 2011 issue of Journal of Judicial Administration contains articles on court governance, Queensland’s self-representation services and improving access to justice. It also includes the Table of Authors and the Index for Volume 20.