Presentations

Please click on the links below for presentations from the National Mediation Conference held in April 2019. Only those presentations with permission from the presenters have been included. The contributed abstract presentations in Concurrent Sessions are listed in the program grid below, as well as then in alphabetical order by the presenter’s last name. Some presentations did not have any audio visual slides so have not been uploaded.

Plenary Sessions:

Plenary 2: June Oscar AO: Mediation through my eyes: How an Indigenous approach to mediation keeps the peace, and keeps us strong
Plenary 3: Andrew Bickerdike: Family Law Reform. Opportunities, Risks and Vision
Plenary 5: Jeffery Hewitt: Decolonizing Through Wahkohtowin (kinship)
Plenary 8: Chris Marshall: Saying Sorry: the Power of Apology in Conflict Resolution
Plenary 9: Myrna Lewis: An Alternative View on Conflict
Plenary 10: John Braithwaite: Tempering Power and Peacemaking with Justice

Concurrent Sessions:

Monday 15 April 2019
Concurrent Session 1

Stream 1 – COURT CONNECTED DSD / TECH Stream 2 – RESEARCH Stream 3 – WORKPLACE & ORGANISATIONAL Stream 4 – PEACEBUILDING Stream 5 – PEACEBUILDING (INNOVATION) Stream 6 – FAMILY I Stream 7 – FAMILY II
Session 1.1 Session 1.2 Session 1.3 Session 1.4 Session 1.5 Session 1.6 Session 1.7
1150 – 1220
Mandatory pre-action mediation
Tania Sourdin
1150 – 1220
What should be required for reaccreditation of mediators?
Janet Barnes and Susan Douglas
1150 – 1220
Wake up! Conflict as an invitation: mindful conflict and team culture
Scott Dutton
1150 – 1220
Do no harm
Megan Morris and Leigh Robertson
1150 – 1220
“The ‘Mad’ the ‘Bad’ and the ‘Ugly’: a study of neighbourhood feuds
John Steele
1150 – 1220
Developmental feedback – Giving children under 5 a clearer voice in FDR
Tara Houseman and Libby Bragg
1150 – 1220
Parenting Co-ordination – A new application for your mediation skills?
Dr Anne Purcell and Cassandra Pullos

Concurrent Session 2

Stream 1 – COURT CONNECTED DSD / TECH Stream 2 – RESEARCH Stream 3 – WORKPLACE & ORGANISATIONAL Stream 4 – PEACEBUILDING Stream 5 – PEACEBUILDING (INNOVATION) Stream 6 – FAMILY I Stream 7 – FAMILY II
Session 2.1 Session 2.2 Session 2.3 Session 2.4 Session 2.5 Session 2.6 Session 2.7
1315 – 1335
Managing conflict in planning: Lawyers’ views on VCAT mediation/conferencing processes
Kathy Douglas1340 – 1400
Queensland Child Protection Conferencing   – challenges in facilitating a DR process
Gabriele Kuhnert and Andrew  Brayne


1405 – 1425
Post Orders Intervention program – a hybrid approach for court ordered families
Tara Houseman and Jill Russell

1315 – 1415
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION

Cross-examining self-determination through collaborative conversation
Laurence Boulle and Rachael Field

1315 – 1400
MINI WORKSHOP

Creating healthy workplaces – Understanding and addressing organizational culture dynamics and conflict
Ruth Sirman
1315 – 1415
MINI WORKSHOP
Mediating democracy: what Australia can learn from political dialogue in Bougainville
Serge Loode
1315 – 1415
MINI WORKSHOP

Deflate family conflict and elevate elder safety through eldercaring coordination
Linda Fieldstone, Sue Bronson and Michelle Morley
1315 – 1415
MINI WORKSHOP

Meeting with children a new approach to child inclusive practice
Jonathan Graham and Lorri Yasenik
1315 – 1415
MINI WORKSHOP

Intake-the jewel in the crown
Susan Hamilton-Green
1405 – 1450
MINI WORKSHOP

Dealing with difficult moments. Workplace mediation. How to deal with curve balls!
Zandy Fell
1430 – 1500
Judges as dispute resolvers: Lessons from the Canadian experience
Archie Zariski
1420 – 1450
The Consensus Accelerator: A new Australian technology changing the role of mediators
Andrew Wight
1420 – 1450
Saving face in mediation: Perspectives from a Chinese-Australian mediator
Cecily Zhu
1420 – 1450
Humanistic mediation – transformative mediation in France as developed by Jacqueline Morineau
Margaret Ross
1420 – 1450
Being Brave: The role of the Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner in Child-Inclusive FDR
Bianca Roche-Bolger and Belinda Taranto
1420 – 1450
It’s time to abolish the genuine effort certificate in family dispute resolution
Joshua Taylor

Concurrent Session 3

Stream 1 – COURT CONNECTED DSD / TECH Stream 2 – RESEARCH Stream 3 – WORKPLACE & ORGANISATIONAL Stream 4 – PEACEBUILDING Stream 5 – PEACEBUILDING (INNOVATION) Stream 6 – FAMILY I Stream 7 – FAMILY II
Session 3.1 Session 3.2 Session 3.3 Session 3.4 Session 3.5 Session 3.6 Session 3.7
1525 – 1555
Online mediation practice
Joe Al-Khayat
1525 – 1555
Looking to the horizon while developing a course in Dispute Resolution
Pauline Collins and Linda Kochanski
1525 – 1555
Reflecting the communities we serve – a need for more diverse services
Belinda Betham, Judy Dell and Peter Franks
1525 – 1555
Mediating societal conflicts: Identity, social inclusion, the rule of law and values
Lola Akin Ojelabi
1525 – 1625
MINI WORKSHOP
Pre-mediation formulations: how to turn a non-mentalized demand into a mentalized need
Jill Howieson
1525 – 1555
A Children’s Rights approach. Time to take the shackles off
Margaret Cameron
1525 – 1555
Mediator implicit bias, parenting matters and domestic violence
Eugene Hyman
1600 – 1620
*Procedural fairness and impartiality or unconscious bias in act or omission
Michelle Royal-Hebblewhite
1600 – 1620
Sociocultural forces and dispute resolution: Implications for research and training of mediators
Bobette Wolski


1625 – 1645
Beyond divorce: how legal professional culture affects the expansion of collaborative practice
Timothy Nugent
1600 – 1630
Why mediation works – managing the minefield of a building dispute
Rob Zikmann
1600 – 1630
ADR lessons from the art of poetry
David Bryson
1600 – 1630
More than mediation: The LACT legally assisted approach to effective FDR
Jessamy Downie and Anthea D’Emden Downie
1600 – 1630
MINI WORKSHOP

Working with emotional intelligence (EQ) in FDR. Collaborative Communication Skills
Paula Bruce
1630 – 1700
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION

Capacity to participate vs capacity to decide
Joanna Lezanski,  Brian Herd, Val Holden and Carmelle Peisah
1635 – 1705
Preparing parents for the challenge of ongoing child-focused shared parenting
John Potucek

Tuesday 16 April 2019
Concurrent Session 4

Stream 1 – COURT CONNECTED DSD / TECH Stream 2 – RESEARCH Stream 3 – WORKPLACE & ORGANISATIONAL Stream 4 – RESTORATIVE JUSTICE Stream 5 – ELDER MEDIATION & OTHER INNOVATIVE PRACTICES Stream 6 – FAMILY I Stream 7 – FAMILY II
Session 4.1 Session 4.2 Session 4.3 Session 4.4 Session 4.5 Session 4.6 Session 4.7
1045 – 1115
Using ADR techniques to enhance the integrity and utility of expert evidence
Fleur Kingham
1045 – 1105
Co-constructing the mediation conversation and lived experiences of mental health challenges
Athena Harris Ingall


1110 – 1130
Emotional intelligence in mediation practice
Susan Douglas


1135 – 1155
A creative approach to wellbeing in a conflict resolution workplace
Anna Hows
1045 – 1115
The New Zealand Mediation Market: The first comprehensive overview
Dr Grant Morris
1045 – 1115
INTERACTIVE PANEL

Developing a restorative city
Tania Sourdin
1045 – 1115
Elder Mediation and Screening for Elder Abuse
Dale Bagshaw
1045 – 1115
Relationships Australia legally assisted culturally appropriate FDR supporting cultural considerations in mediation
Lea-anne Meehan and Mohamed Abdi
1045 – 1115
“Bringing it back to the kids”: Practitioners navigating the mediation experience
Emily Stevens and Aditi Lohan
1120 – 1150
VCAT and DSCV – A collaborative evidence-based approach to mediation
Charlene Price and Kelly Charlton
1120 – 1150
Is NZ’s employment dispute resolution system accessible to all?
Peter Franks
1120 – 1150
Challenges and future directions for restorative justice with adults in Queensland
Richard Dening
1120 – 1150
When to use family meetings vs elder mediation to manage elder abuse
Catherine Hayden
1120 – 1150
The intersection of family violence and family dispute resolution: Implications for practice
Judge Joe Harman
1120 – 1150
Advanced practice issues for Family Dispute Resolution practitioners
Danielle Jaku-Greenfield, Nicole Ash and Miriam Ziegler
1155 – 1225
Old dogs, new tricks – training mediators in new models of mediation
Peter Johnstone and Ashley Eastall
1200 – 1230
Priorities, Perspectives and Personalities™ – Disentangling intentions, choices, impacts and conflicts
Ruth Sirman
1155 – 1225
Innovative tools for conflict management by organisational leaders
Susan Raines
1155 – 1225
Is there a place for restorative justice in civil mediation?
Susan Douglas
1155 – 1225
How elder mediation differs? Family consultants and mediators working together
Nicola Byrne
1155 – 1225
Lengthy legal disputes in the family law court and harm to children
Graeme Westaway
1155 – 1225
Purposeful reflective practice; Using FDR Supervision to support the development of artistry
Jodie Grant

Concurrent Session 5

Stream 1 – COURT CONNECTED DSD / TECH Stream 2 – RESEARCH Stream 3 – WORKPLACE & ORGANISATIONAL Stream 4 – RESTORATIVE JUSTICE Stream 5 – ELDER MEDIATION & OTHER INNOVATIVE PRACTICES Stream 6 – FAMILY I Stream 7 – FAMILY II
Session 5.1 Session 5.2 Session 5.3 Session 5.4 Session 5.5 Session 5.6 Session 5.7

1330 – 1400 CXLD

1405 – 1435
Mediation in practice: Australian and Jordanian perspectives compared
Wesam Faisal Al Shawawreh

 

1330 – 1430
MINI WORKSHOP

Communication skills for mediators
Janet Barnes
1330 – 1430
MINI WORKSHOP

The importance of intake meetings in workplace mediations
Elizabeth Rosa
1330 – 1430
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION

Restorative innovations: facilitating in the aftermath of sexual violence
Jane Bolitho, Amanda Lutz and Carolyn Worth
1330 – 1430
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Ageing and Age-Related Issues: Innovative Approaches
Dale Bagshaw, Judy McCann Beranger, Greg McCann Beranger
1330 – 1430
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION

Mediating inter-parental hatred after parental separation: Recent insights
Bruce Smyth and Lawrie Moloney
1330 – 1430
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION

The A-Z of FDR: A tool kit for professional excellence
Valerie Matsumoto and Amanda  Duigan
1440 – 1510
Challenges and privilege in making a difference! Preparing parents for COC participation
Gabriele Kuhnert and Andrew Brayne
1435 – 1505
Going fast and slow: Time and its impact on parties in mediation
Sala Sihombing
1435 – 1505
Resolving conflict – Prisms & dimensions
Noelene Salmon
1435 – 1505
Tip-toeing toward restorative practices in youth detention: Introducing ‘Couch time circles’
Sonia Muller
1435 – 1505
INTERACTIVE PANEL

Elder mediation ethics and mediator impartiality
Raymond Brazil, Judith Blayden and Fran Doyle
1435 – 1505
A Neuroscientific approach: Working with emotionally reactive clients
Anjali Naran and Tamara Penny
1435 – 1505
Exploring power dynamics and dignity of risk in family mediation
Tracey Chapman and Mary Brindley

Concurrent Session 6

Stream 1 – COURT CONNECTED DSD / TECH Stream 2 – RESEARCH Stream 3 – WORKPLACE & ORGANISATIONAL Stream 4 – RESTORATIVE JUSTICE Stream 5 – ELDER MEDIATION & OTHER INNOVATIVE PRACTICES Stream 6 – FAMILY I Stream 7 – FAMILY II
Session 6.1 Session 6.2 Session 6.3 Session 6.4 Session 6.5 Session 6.6 Session 6.7
1620 – 1650
Using ODR software to conduct simulations for students at Victoria University
John Zeleznikow
1620 – 1650
Conflict management and engagement skills: The key to organisational success
Claire Holland and Amaya Mo
1620-1720
INTERACTIVE PANEL

Building community through  effective intake processes in Family Law  in Mongolia
Katherine Johnson, Laurence Boulle, Judge Joe Harman and Helen Miedjinski
1620 – 1650
Mediating international child abduction cases alongside court: What’s the upside?
Freia Carlton
1620 – 1650
Findings of Queensland’s Supported Elder Mediation Project
Richard Dening
1620 – 1720
MINI WORKSHOP

Analytical interviewing: A method of moving through blocked stages of FDRP resolution
Peter Richard-Herbert
1620 – 1650
Family Mediation Coaching: Assisting clients to shift from being defensive to responsive
Katelyn Betti
1655 – 1725
Speak safely: new technologies, richer data, effective resolution
Shirli Kirschner and Jack Murray
1655 – 1725
Walking the tightrope: Exploring the relationship between confidentiality and disputant participation
John Woodward
1655 – 1725
Restorative Environmental Justice?
Miranda Forsyth
1655 – 1725
Mediating advanced care arrangements while supporting a shared understanding
Megan Morris and Kirsten Stein
1655 – 1725
The development and application of Peace Jurisprudence in the family and commercial courts
Vasheist Kokaram

Wednesday 17 April 2019
Concurrent Session 7

Stream 1 – COURT CONNECTED DSD / TECH / COMMUNITY Stream 2 – RESEARCH Stream 3 – WORKPLACE & ORGANISATIONAL / INNOVATION Stream 4 – FAMILY III Stream 5 – CONCILIATION; INDIGENOUS APPROACHES Stream 6 – FAMILY I Stream 7 – FAMILY II
Session 7.1 Session 7.2 Session 7.3 Session 7.4 Session 7.5 Session 7.6 Session 7.7
1030 – 1100
Old ‘ethics’ in new bottles? Examining the ethical difficulties in court ODR
Dorcas Quek Anderson
1030 – 1100
Should emotions be considered in the design and delivery of mediation training?
Emma-May Litchfield
1030 – 1100
UNCITRAL Singapore Convention – Mediation’s Big Bang: Can mediation challenge arbitration’s dominance?
Sala Sihombing
1030 – 1100
Workplace ADR meets FDR: Exploring where workplace and family issues collide
Jodie Grant and Zandy Fell
1030 – 1100
Conciliation – Hiding in plain Sight – ADRAC’s National Study
Jeremy Gormly SC
1030 – 1100
Does the use of Post Separation Parenting Coaches improve Family Dispute Resolution?
Joanne Law
1030 – 1100
Approaches to understanding culture in a mediation context
Paula Glassborow
1105 – 1135
Innovative approaches to resolving and preventing tax disputes
Damien Browne
1105 – 1135
INTERACTIVE PANEL

What mediators say they want mediation researchers to investigate
Alysoun Boyle
1105 – 1135
Mediating engaging return to work agreements for employees experiencing mental ill-health
Linley Cornish
1105 – 1135
Position Papers at mediation – what’s the point?
Matthew Shepherd
1105 – 1135
Indigenous relationality for conflict management and decision-making
Morgan Brigg and Dr Mary Graham
1105 – 1135
Relationships Australia Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) Outcomes Study: Preliminary insights
Aditi Lohan and Jelena Milic
1105 – 1135
Conceptual to concrete: Tools, process adaptations for culturally responsive mediators / FDRPs
Robyn Hooworth
1140 – 1240
MINI WORKSHOP
Support persons in mediation: inspiring or dispiriting?
Janice McLeay & Paul McLeay
1140 – 1210
A study into the place of Dispute Resolution in Australian legal education
Kathy Douglas
1140 – 1210
A case for coaching: Influencing cultural change in the Australian Taxation Office
Tina Hoyer and Claire Holland
1140 – 1210
CANCELLED
1140 – 1210
Indigenous-led interventions to prevent violence against women
Chay Brown and Desmond Campbell
1140 – 1210
Effective Family Dispute Resolution in property matters: Relationships Australia’s National Study
Genevieve Heard
1140 – 1210
The challenge of faith based Family Dispute Resolution
John Zeleznikow
1215 – 1245
Mediating in the age of complexity – A new approach
Greg Rooney
1215 – 1245
Mediator must cause no harm
Sharin Ruba
1215 – 1245
The Rock Star of Family Dispute Resolution – Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice
Fiona Kirkman and Matthew Shepherd
1215 – 1245
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION
Indigenous Approaches
1215 – 1245
Over the horizon: Medium-longer term outcomes for Family Dispute Resolution clients
Becky Batagol and Graeme Westaway
1215 – 1245
Diversity matters: Key learnings in using interpreters in Legally-Assisted Family Dispute Resolution
Mohamed Abdi

Concurrent Session 8

Stream 1 – COURT CONNECTED DSD / TECH / COMMUNITY Stream 2 – RESEARCH Stream 3 – WORKPLACE & ORGANISATIONAL / INNOVATION Stream 4 – FAMILY III Stream 5 – CONCILIATION; INDIGENOUS APPROACHES Stream 6 – FAMILY I Stream 7 – FAMILY II
Session 8.1 Session 8.2 Session 8.3 Session 8.4 Session 8.5 Session 8.6 Session 8.7
1345 – 1445
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION

An evidence-based approach to party-centric community dispute resolution
Danielle Hutchinson-Jones
1345 – 1445
INTERACTIVE PANEL

Street law and mediation education
Veronika Vanisova
1345 – 1415
MINI WORKSHOP
Early intervention mediation in commercial and workplace disputes
Vasantha Stesin and Carol Lapeyre
1345 – 1445
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION

Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice  (ICP) – the opportunities and challenges
David Roberts, Jackie Jones and Simeon Levin
1345 – 1445
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION
Indigenous Approaches
1345 – 1445
MINI WORKSHOP

Mediating property disputes
Sue Armstrong
1345 – 1445
MINI WORKSHOP

It takes a village: Broadening ‘Family’ in FDR and mediation
Natasha Belmont
1450 – 1520
How can mediators ensure greater accessibility to dispute resolution for clients?
Jen Hitchman
1450 – 1605
PhD Research Session
COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION
‘The future of Mediation Research’
Joanne Clarke 1450 – 1505
Judge Joe Harman 1505 – 1520
Jackie Weinberg 1520 – 1535
John Woodward 1535 – 1550
Alysoun Boyle 1550 – 1605
  1450 – 1520
Supporting adolescents and their parents with communication coaching and facilitated conversations
Janine Brissett
1450 – 1520
Peacemaking practices among the Wik and Wik Waya People of Aurukun
Keri Tamwoy and Philip Venables
1450 – 1520
Why am I going to a mediation?
Philip Theobald
1450 – 1520
Palliative care for dying relationships – FDR beyond dispute resolution
Andi Doerr and Adrien March

Concurrent Session 9

Stream 1 – COURT CONNECTED DSD / TECH / COMMUNITY Stream 3 – WORKPLACE & ORGANISATIONAL / INNOVATION Stream 4 – FAMILY III Stream 5 – CONCILIATION; INDIGENOUS APPROACHES   Stream 7 – FAMILY II
Session 9.1   Session 9.3 Session 9.4 Session 9.5   Session 9.7
1550 – 1620
Mediation of sports disputes
Peter Agardy
1550 – 1620
Custom made dispute resolution: leading the way in innovative DR in Government
Lisa Smiles
1550 – 1610
Mediator cultural competence and continuing professional development: Mediating effectively with Chinese parties
Ning Han
1550 – 1620
The deep wisdom of peace building: why not Indigenous DR?
Helen Bishop and Toni Bauman
1550 – 1620
Need more positivity and understanding in intimate relationships: Mediation maybe the answer
Mieke Brandon

 

Mohamed Abdi: Diversity matters: Key learnings in using interpreters in Legally-Assisted Family Dispute Resolution
Peter Agardy: Mediation of sports disputes
Sue Armstrong: Mediating property disputes
Janet Barnes: Communication skills for mediators
Becky Batagol: Over the horizon: Medium- longer term outcomes for Family Dispute Resolution clients
Natasha Belmont: It takes a village: Broadening ‘Family’ in FDR and mediation
Belinda Betham: Reflecting the communities we serve – a need for more diverse services
Katelyn Betti: Family Mediation Coaching: Assisting clients to shift from being defensive to responsive
Helen Bishop: The deep wisdom of peace building: why not Indigenous DR?
Alysoun Boyle: What mediators say they want mediation researchers to investigate
Mieke Brandon: Need more positivity and understanding in intimate relationships: Mediation maybe the answer
Raymond Brazil: Elder mediation ethics and mediator impartiality
Janine Brissett: Supporting adolescents and their parents with communication coaching and facilitated conversations
Chay Brown: Indigenous-led interventions to prevent violence against women
Damien Browne: Innovative approaches to resolving and preventing tax disputes
David Bryson: ADR lessons from the art of poetry
Nicola Byrne: How elder mediation differs? Family consultants and mediators working together
Margaret Cameron: A Children’s Rights approach. Time to take the shackles off
Freia Carlton: Mediating international child abduction cases alongside court: What’s the upside?
Tracey Chapman: Exploring power dynamics and dignity of risk in family mediation
Pauline Collins: Looking to the horizon while developing a course in Dispute Resolution
Linley Cornish: Mediating engaging return to work agreements for employees experiencing mental ill-health
Richard Dening: Challenges and future directions for restorative justice with adults in Queensland
Richard Dening: Findings of Queensland’s Supported Elder Mediation Project
Susan Douglas: Emotional intelligence in mediation practice
Susan Douglas: Is there a place for restorative justice in civil mediation?
Jessamy Downie: More than mediation: The LACT legally assisted approach to effective FDR
Zandy Fell: Dealing with difficult moments. Workplace mediation. How to deal with curve balls!
Laurence Boulle: Cross-examining self-determination through collaborative conversation
Linda Fieldstone: Deflate family conflict and elevate elder safety through eldercaring coordination
Miranda Forsyth: Restorative Environmental Justice?
Peter Franks: Is NZ’s employment dispute resolution system accessible to all?
Paula Glassborow: Approaches to understanding culture in a mediation context
Jeremy Gormly: Conciliation – Hiding in Plain Sight – ADRAC’s National Study
Jonathan Graham: Meeting with children a new approach to child inclusive practice
Jodie Grant: Purposeful reflective practice; Using FDR Supervision to support the development of artistry
Jodie Grant: Workplace ADR meets FDR: Exploring where workplace and family issues collide
Susan Hamilton-Green: Intake-the jewel in the crown
Ning Han: Mediator cultural competence and continuing professional development: Mediating effectively with Chinese parties
Joe Harman: The intersection of family violence and family dispute resolution: Implications for practice
Athena Harris Ingall: Co-constructing the mediation conversation and lived experiences of mental health challenges
Catherine Hayden: When to use family meetings vs elder mediation to manage elder abuse
Genevieve Heard: Effective Family Dispute Resolution in property matters: Relationships Australia’s National Study
Jen Hitchman: How can mediators ensure greater accessibility to dispute resolution for clients?
Claire Holland: Conflict management and engagement skills: The key to organisational success
Tara Houseman: Developmental feedback – Giving children under 5 a clearer voice in FDR
Tara Houseman: Post Orders Intervention program – a hybrid approach for court ordered families
Anna Hows: A creative approach to wellbeing in a conflict resolution workplace
Tina Hoyer: A case for coaching: Influencing cultural change in the Australian Taxation Office
Danielle Hutchinson-Jones: An evidence-based approach to party-centric community dispute resolution
Eugene Hyman: Mediator implicit bias, parenting matters and domestic violence
Danielle Jaku-Greenfield: Advanced practice issues for Family Dispute Resolution practitioners
Katherine Johnson: Building community through effective intake processes in Family Law in Mongolia
Peter Johnstone: Old dogs, new tricks – training mediators in new models of mediation
Fleur Kingham: Using ADR techniques to enhance the integrity and utility of expert evidence
Shirli Kirschner: Speak safely: new technologies, richer data, effective resolution
Vasheist Kokaram: The development and application of Peace Jurisprudence in the family and commercial courts
Gabriele Kuhnert: Queensland Child Protection Conferencing – challenges in facilitating a DR process
Gabriele Kuhnert: Challenges and privilege in making a difference! Preparing parents for COC participation
Joanne Law: Does the use of Post Separation Parenting Coaches improve Family Dispute Resolution?
Joanna Lezanski: Capacity to participate vs capacity to decide
Emma-May Litchfield: Should emotions be considered in the design and delivery of mediation training?
Serge Loode: Mediating democracy: what Australia can learn from political dialogue in Bougainville
Adrien March: Palliative care for dying relationships – FDR beyond dispute resolution
Janice McLeay: Support persons in mediation: inspiring or dispiriting?
Lea-Anne Meehan: Relationships Australia legally assisted culturally appropriate FDR supporting cultural considerations in mediation
Megan Morris: Do no harm
Grant Morris: The New Zealand Mediation Market: The first comprehensive overview
Megan Morris: Mediating advanced care arrangements while supporting a shared understanding
Sonia Muller: Tip-toeing toward restorative practices in youth detention: Introducing ‘Couch time circles’
Anjali Naran: A Neuroscientific approach: Working with emotionally reactive clients
Timothy Nugent: Beyond divorce: how legal professional culture affects the expansion of collaborative practice
John Potucek: Preparing parents for the challenge of ongoing child-focused shared parenting
Kelly Charlton: VCAT and DSCV – A collaborative evidence-based approach to mediation
Anne Purcell: Parenting Co-ordination – A new application for your mediation skills?
Dorcas Quek Anderson: Old “ethics” in new bottles? Examining the ethical difficulties in court ODR
Susan Raines: Innovative tools for conflict management by organisational leaders
Peter Richard-Herbert: Analytical interviewing: A method of moving through blocked stages of FDRP resolution
David Roberts: Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice (ICP) – the opportunities and challenges
Bianca Roche-Bolger: Being Brave: The role of the Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner in Child-Inclusive FDR
Elizabeth Rosa: The importance of intake meetings in workplace mediations
Margaret Ross: Humanistic mediation – transformative mediation in France as developed by Jacqueline Morineau
Michelle Royal-Hebblewhite: Procedural fairness and impartiality or unconscious bias in act or omission
Sharin Ruba: Mediator must cause no harm
Noelene Salmon: Resolving conflict – Prisms & dimensions
Wesam Shawawreh: Mediation in practice: Australian and Jordanian perspectives compared
Matthew Shepherd: Position Papers at mediation – what’s the point?
Sala Sihombing: Going fast and slow: Time and its impact on parties in mediation
Sala Sihombing: UNCITRAL Singapore Convention – Mediation’s Big Bang: Can mediation challenge arbitration’s dominance?
Ruth Sirman: Creating healthy workplaces – Understanding and addressing organisational culture dynamics and conflict
Ruth Sirman: Priorities, Perspectives and Personalities™ – Disentangling intentions, choices, impacts and conflicts
Lisa Smiles: Custom made dispute resolution: leading the way in innovative DR in Government
Tania Sourdin: Mandatory pre action mediation
Tania Sourdin: Developing a restorative city
John Steele: “The ‘Mad’, the ‘Bad’ and the Ugly”: a study of neighbourhood feuds
Vasantha Stesin: Early intervention mediation in commercial and workplace disputes
Joshua Taylor: It’s time to abolish the genuine effort certificate in family dispute resolution
Philip Theobald: Why am I going to a mediation?
Graeme Westaway: Lengthy legal disputes in the family law court and harm to children
Andrew Wight: The Consensus Accelerator: A new Australian technology changing the role of mediators
Bobette Wolski: Sociocultural forces and dispute resolution: Implications for research and training of mediators
John Woodward: Walking the tightrope: Exploring the relationship between confidentiality and disputant participation
Archie Zariski: Judges as dispute resolvers: Lessons from the Canadian experience
John Zeleznikow: Using ODR software to conduct simulations for students at Victoria University
John Zeleznikow: The challenge of faith based Family Dispute Resolution
Cecily Zhu: Saving face in mediation: Perspectives from a Chinese-Australian mediator
Rob Zikmann: Why mediation works – managing the minefield of a building dispute