Washington University Journal of Law & Policy
Craver calls for a greater recognition that mediation as a form of dispute resolution is essentially akin to assisted negotiation, and argues that this form of dispute settlement should be utilized more frequently in disputes among members of a community. Craver suggests that successful mediation can help assuage community members of the typical negative social pressure associated with inter-community litigation, and provides that such mediation can enhance the psychological well-being of the negotiating parties. This Article explores the best practices for mediators that are engaged in resolving community disputes.
Charles B. Craver,
The Use of Mediation to Resolve Community Disputes,
Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y