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Good Faith, Bad Faith? Making an Effort in Dispute Resolution
The concept and meaning of good faith in negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes, together with an articulation of what actions are required to comply with a good faithExpand
Do Judges Need to Be Human? The Implications of Technology for Responsive Judging
Judicial responsiveness requires judges to act from the perspective of conscious legal rationality and also with intuition, empathy and compassion. To what extent will the judicial role change inExpand
Mediation styles and their impact: lessons from the Supreme and County Courts of Victoria research project
What do disputants want in a mediation process and what do they get? How does the process shape disputant perceptions and outcomes? This article explores research into the various mediation processesExpand
Supporting discretionary decision-making with information technology: a case study in the criminal sentencing jurisdiction
A number of increasingly sophisticated technologies are now being used to support complex decision-making in a range of contexts. This paper reports on a project undertaken to provide decisionExpand
The Promise and Reality of Online Dispute Resolution in Australia
It is clear that Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) has grown significantly in response to local and international factors within Australia over the past decade. This growth is partly attributable to aExpand
ODR: An Australian perspective on the digital divide
Changing and emerging technologies have considerable relevance to the continuing evolution of ADR processes. At present, technology supplements and supports the operation of many dispute resolutionExpand
COVID-19, Technology and Family Dispute Resolution
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unparalleled disruption to the Australian legal system, particularly in the family law domain. Those commencing or considering commencing the separation process areExpand