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Papadopoulou, Polyxeni
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2016-02-29T12:52:02Z
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2016-03-01T01:00:15Z
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2016-02-29
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/12457
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alternative dispute resolution
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mediation process
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lawyers as party representatives
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resistance
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role
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appropriateness
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Lawyers in Mediation
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masterThesis
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p.papadopoulou@ihu.edu.gr
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xeniapapad@hotmail.com
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xeniapapadopoulou89@gmail.com
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Dispute resolution (Law)
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Arbitration and award
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Mediation.
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Conflict management.
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, LLM in Transnational and European Commercial Law, Mediation, Arbitration and Energy Law
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2016-02-25
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This paper critically examines the role of lawyers in the mediation process only as party representatives not dealing with their role as mediators. To introduce the unfamiliar reader to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes, this thesis provides a general description of ADR characteristics and the various roles of lawyers in ADR legal practice. Following, it examines the major disincentives why lawyers may seek to resist mediation and then, it analyzes in detail the role or lawyers at every stage of the mediation process presenting what happens in the European and Greek mediation regime and identifying lawyers’ most common errors during advocacy. Subsequently, this research investigates the suitability of lawyers’ involvement within mediation making a recommendation for a more deliberative process in client counselling so as to a more effective use of mediation can be accomplished. Finally, the thesis tries to reach some conclusions about this ADR model as well as the strange and interactive relationship between attorneys and mediation. It is also worth stating that the findings for this dissertation were drawn from the literature and empirical studies in both common law and civil law countries.
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ABSTRACT ......................................................................................................................... I CONTENTS ...................................................................................................................... III INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................ 1 LAWYER RESISTANCE TO MEDIATION ............................................................................. 3 THE FACTORS OF THIS WIDESPREAD RESISTANCE .................................................................... 5 Lawyers’ Economic Disincentives ....................................................................... 5 Ignorance and Shared Cultural Traditions ......................................................... 7 Fears over the Efficiency of Mediation ............................................................ 12 Quality Objections ............................................................................................ 17 Biased Brain-Based Perceptual Processes........................................................ 18 TO SUM UP ................................................................................................................... 19 THE ROLE OF ATTORNEYS IN THE MEDIATION PROCESS .............................................. 21 A GENERAL REVIEW ....................................................................................................... 21 VARIOUS ROLES A LAWYER MIGHT UNDERTAKE IN MEDIATION ............................................... 22 Before Mediation ............................................................................................. 22 During Mediation ............................................................................................. 23 After Mediation ................................................................................................ 30 ATTORNEYS’ COMMON ERRORS IN MEDIATION ADVOCACY .................................................... 32 Failing to communicate ability and eagerness to try the case ........................ 32 Making aggressive "opening statements" ....................................................... 32 Mediating without all the appropriate parties ................................................ 33 Mediating with persons with insufficient authority ........................................ 33 Mediating too early or too late in the case ..................................................... 33 Setting aside inadequate time for the mediation ............................................ 33 Failing to adequately prepare the case ........................................................... 34 Failing to adequately prepare the client .......................................................... 34 Revealing a "bottom line" to the mediator ...................................................... 34 Failing to understand the status of a pending settlement .............................. 35 THE APPROPRIATENESS OF LAWYERS POPULATING THE MEDIATION FIELD AS PARTY REPRESENTATIVES .......................................................................................................... 36 THE WORTH OF LAWYER ADVOCACY .................................................................................. 36 STANDARD ADVERSARIAL LAWYERING IN MEDIATION ............................................................ 38 MEDIATION CLIENT COUNSELLING: THOUGHTS ABOUT A MORE DELIBERATIVE PROCESS ............... 39 CONCLUSIONS ................................................................................................................ 41 BIBLIOGRAPHY ............................................................................................................... 43 BOOKS ......................................................................................................................... 43 JOURNAL ARTICLES ......................................................................................................... 44 CONFERENCE PAPERS ...................................................................................................... 46 MSC THESIS .................................................................................................................. 46 LEGISLATION, LEGISLATIVE INSTRUMENTS AND CODES ........................................................... 46 ARTICLES ON WEBSITES ................................................................................................... 46
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Kaissis, Athanassios
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Kaissis, Athanassios
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Komnios, Komninos
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Papadopoulos, Thomas
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IHU
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ihu
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53
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