Corpus ID: 142162074

Lawyers, Clients and Mediation

@article{NolanHaley1999LawyersCA,
  title={Lawyers, Clients and Mediation},
  author={Jacqueline M. Nolan-Haley},
  journal={Notre Dame Law Review},
  year={1999},
  volume={73},
  pages={1369}
}
That the growth of mediation practice is changing the practice of law is obvious. The inability of many lawyers to understand the conceptual differences between adversarial lawyering and mediation practice strongly suggests the need to develop a theory of "good" representational mediation practice that takes into account competing client interests. On the one hand, lawyers must encourage client voice and participation. At the same time, however, the demands of professionalism require that… Expand
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