Lola Akin Ojelabi
The first Part for 2015 of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: “Is Hong Kong ready for med-arb?” – David Kwok; “Ethics and the mediation community” – Jonathan Crowe; “Family violence in culturally and linguistically diverse communities: An evaluation of a family relationship centre” – Helen Cleak, Alikki Vernon, Lola Akin Ojelabi and Tom Fisher; “Conflict coaching in Indigenous Australian settings – sharing the lessons from mediation” – Susan Medway; “Self-determination in Australian facilitative mediation: How to avoid complaints” – Mieke Brandon; and “Emotion and its role in negotiation – valuable tool or unnecessary hindrance?” – Jayr Teng.
The last Part in Volume 22 of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes several interesting articles related to dispute resolution in Australia and internationally. There are articles on the challenges faced by student ombuds in Australian universities, the legislative, policy, case law and institutional developments in international arbitration in Australia since 2010, impugning expert determinations and the merits of international arbitration-related legal frameworks, plus much more.
The August 2011 issue of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal is filled with interesting articles on dispute resolution across various topics, including alternative dispute resolution, family dispute resolution, arbitration of corporate governance-related disputes and much more.
The May 2011 Issue of the Australian Dispute Resolution Journal includes articles on a diverse range of topics, including judicial mediation, corporation disputes, internal workplace mediation, FDR practitioners, access to justice, Chinese mediation and civil justice reform.