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The role of the lawyer in the mediation process

As family lawyers, we are used to referring parties to mediation, but it is rare for us to have insight into what actually goes on at those sessions and the importance of the conversations that take place there. Mary Raymont and Margaret Kelly-Edwards took the participants of this workshop, “The role of the lawyer in the mediation process”, swiftly into the world of role play, only too familiar to those who are qualified as mediators.

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Hybrid Mediation

Resolution members are committed to keeping issues that arise between couples on a relationship breakdown out of court. One of the ways in which our members achieve this is through hybrid mediation. Hybrid mediation brings together the best of both the family and the civil mediation models.

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Hybrid Mediation

In 2018 Henry Brown wrote an outline and training programme to offer a hybrid model encompassing individual meetings with clients that is inclusive of separate confidences. The first course was held in London in February of 2018, co-presented by Henry Brown, Suzanne Kingston and Karin Walker.

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How remote mediation is allowing me to offer flexibility to clients

Necessity breeds creativity, and the current challenges have opened up a new way of working that suits a lot of clients very well. The coronavirus has a lot to answer for. Never in a million years did I picture being able to do my job from home. From the restrictions that were put upon us all, I have been able to adapt the way I work and offer a more flexible approach to suit my clients’ needs.

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