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Debate: “Mediation rarely succeeds and adds unnecessary costs to a case”

As the changes to the justice system take hold and the cuts are being felt the Courts are placing an increasing emphasis on alternative methods of dispute resolution.  Is mediation the way forward for all cases or is it unnecessary, adding an additional, un-needed, step in resolving conflicts?

Radcliffe Chambers will be hosting a Debate on this topic in Central London on the 22nd October.

There will be a panel of mediators including: Jonathan Winegarten, who has recently returned to Chambers following his retirement as Chief Master, Chancery Division; Robert Pearce QC; Francesca Quint and David di Mambro

The debating teams will be:

Dov Ohrenstein and Wendy Mathers

Katherine McQuail and Josh Lewison

The event has been registered for 1 CPD point.

Registration will commence at 5.30pm with the Seminar starting at 6pm followed by a drinks reception at 7pm.

If you would like to attend please register via the Seminar Registration form.