New Zealand mediator and IAM Fellow, Deborah Clapshaw shares her observations on lawyers behaving badly in mediation – published in this week’s NZLawyer Magazine Online.
Deborah, a leading mediator, has a sophisticated take on lawyer behaviours in mediation touching on the empathiser, the abuser, the reciprocator, the liker and all stations in between.
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