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Ann Milne: Quality Mediation Takes Time – Video

Mediators have an obligation to educate future mediators and the public about mediation and this is a process that takes time; some courts put pressure on mediators to settle in a certain number of sessions and this creates muscle mediation, or forcing the parties into settlement.

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Ann Milne

Ann Milne is former Executive Director of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. MORE >

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