A follow-up empirical analysis of Scottish construction clients' interaction with mediation

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Although across many jurisdictions, mediation’s origins (in the modern sense at least1) often lay in the dispute areas of family and community matters, in recent years the process has begun to take root in the arena of construction disputes (for an international review of developments see Brooker and Wilkinson 2010). In contrast to traditional means of resolving disputes, it is contended that mediation may be a quicker, cheaper, less adversarial and more harmonious form of dispute resolution than traditional methods.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)349-368
Number of pages21
JournalCivil Justice Quarterly
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2013


  • empirical analysis
  • scottish construction clients
  • mediation
  • interaction
  • construction law
  • adjudication
  • scotland
  • construction disputes
  • lawyers
  • legal profession

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