Twisting arms: court referred and court linked mediation under judicial pressure

Genn, H., Fenn, P., Mason, M., Lane, A., Bechai, N., Gray, L. and Vencappa, D. 2007. Twisting arms: court referred and court linked mediation under judicial pressure. Ministry of Justice.

TitleTwisting arms: court referred and court linked mediation under judicial pressure
AuthorsGenn, H., Fenn, P., Mason, M., Lane, A., Bechai, N., Gray, L. and Vencappa, D.
Year2007
PublisherMinistry of Justice
Publication dates
Published2007
ISBN9781840990782
Web address (URL)http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20110201125714/http://www.justice.gov.uk/publications/docs/Twisting-arms-mediation-report-Genn-et-al.pdf
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