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Potholes on the Road to Justice: Race and Mediation

Just Court ADR, October 17th, 2011

Mediation is about giving everyone a chance to share their stories, balancing power dynamics and leveling the playing field. But what if the ground on which we presume to build the field has holes too big to backfill sufficiently?

Those issues that lend themselves most to mediation in the court setting disproportionately impact (more…)

Court Mediation Prompts Pre-Filing Foreclosure Mediation Program

Just Court ADR, January 4th, 2011

Three years after the first foreclosure mediation program launched in Ohio, more jurisdictions are reporting their program statistics. Resolution Systems Institute has long advocated that courts should monitor and evaluate their own programs. Monitoring and evaluations provide a tool for identifying how to improve programs for parties, lawyers, and courts.

Now, evaluation is helping improve mediation services outside the courts. (more…)

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