The Hong Kong Mediation Manual - Second Edition
Author(s): Nadja Alexander
The Hong Kong Mediation Manual draws upon diverse traditional and contemporary practices to offer a layered and nuanced view of mediation
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The Hong Kong Mediation Manual (formerly known as Mediation Practice and Process in Hong Kong) draws upon diverse traditional and contemporary practices to offer a layered and nuanced view of mediation, reflecting the internationality of Hong Kong. The chapters are comprehensive written and structured with useful illustrations, diagrams and figures that visually enhance and assist the reader to consolidate the wealth of information shared by the authors.
The second edition features a new chapter on mediation advocacy and all chapters have been extensively updated. There are two completely reworked chapters on the law on mediation in Hong Kong, incorporating relevant provisions of the Mediation Ordinance (Cap 620) and up-to-date Hong Kong and English case law. The chapter on mediation practice reflects the latest developments in Hong Kong, including the establishment and significance of HKMAAL. There are also discussions from around the world on mediation trends such as online dispute resolution, intercultural mediation, mediation models, process and skills.
Table of contents
1 Mediation and Conflict Resolution - Definitions
2 Mediation - Objectives, Values and Historical
3 The Mediation Meta-Model - A Framework for
4 Culture and Communication: When East Meets
5 Pre-mediation - Preliminaries, Preparation and
6 The Mediation Process and Post-mediation
7 Mediation Advocacy: What to Do and How to Do It
8 Mediation Practice in Hong Kong
9 The Legal Framework for Mediation: Part 1 - The Law Relevant to Professional Mediators, Pathways to Mediation, Process for Mediation
10 The Legal Framework for Mediation: Part 2 - Confidentiality and Other Rights and Obligations in Mediation
11 Online Dispute Resolution ('ODR')