The Case For (and Against) Compulsory Court-Annexed Mediation in Hong Kong
Asian Law Institute (ASLI) Conference, Singapore, May 2008
23 Pages Posted: 6 Jul 2013
Date Written: 2008
This paper examines the development of mediation in Hong Kong to date before turning to the approach of several other common law jurisdictions to compulsory mediation. It then examines the advantages and disadvantages of compulsion and concludes with what lessons, if any, the Hong Kong experience may have for other jurisdictions.
Keywords: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Mediation, Hong Kong, Comparative law
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