Critical Reflections on the Proposal for a Mediation Act for Scotland
journal contributionposted on 2020-03-03, 15:55 authored by Masood Ahmed
This article critically analyses the recent proposal to introduce a Mediation (Scotland) Bill. The proposed Bill aims to introduce a novel process of court-initiated mediation that will oblige litigating parties to attend a mandatory Mediation Information Session. Adopting a comparative approach with the English and Irish civil justice systems, this article analyses the key elements of the proposed Bill and makes proposals to improve it.
CitationThe Modern Law Review, Volume 83, Issue 3, May 2020, Pages 614-636
Author affiliationLeicester Law School
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