As a mediator, you’ve probably come across the phrase “access to justice” when reading about or listening to discussions of mediation, but are you also familiar with the “procedural justice” aspect of mediation? And for the court-connected mediation programs that you mediate for…Do those programs collect data?
In this episode, Veronica talks with Nancy Welsh–the Frank W. Elliott, Jr. University Professor, Professor of Law and Director of the Dispute Resolution Program at Texas A&M University School of Law–about both procedural justice and data collection in court-connected mediation.
Questions answered during the episode include:
Links to resources mentioned in the show:
Sampling of Nancy’s Articles:
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