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Volume 5 - No 1

Trois questions en matière d'intérêt (excerpt PDF)
Matthias Cazier-Darmois et Alexandre Rivière

Mediating the Dagbon chieftaincy conflict: the eminent chief approch (excerpt PDF)
Emmanuel Debrah

Who's the boss? Managing ethical dilemmas in workplace mediation and developing a contextualized reflective practice (excerpt PDF)
Jonathan Elston

Le droit mène à tout et partout. Louise Barrington : une avocate arbitre canadienne à Hong Kong (excerpt PDF)
Marie-Claude Rigaud

Comprendre la conciliation dans le processus de négociation collective au QUébec à travers le vécu d'acteurs syndicaux (excerpt PDF)
Marc-Antonin Hennebert et Marie-Josée Dupuis

La médiation dans l'union pour la Méditerranée : état des lieux et perspectives d'harmonisation (excerpt PDF)
Filali Osman

The Journal

The Journal of Arbitration and Mediation (the Journal) was the first bilingual peer-reviewed Canadian publication to focus exclusively on dispute prevention and resolution. It is a joint initiative of the Université de Sherbrooke, Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal, Faculty of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School and the Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution (at Osgoode Hall Law School). Since 2010, it has published some 50 texts dealing with a wide range of issues and concerns of central importance to the field.

The Journal’s mission is to encourage reflection and debate on issues of concern to both academics and practitioners interested in dispute prevention and resolution, including mediation and arbitration. More specifically, we aim to publish papers that present original and creative research in this field.

We are currently working on and interested to receive submissions that address:

  • Family Dispute Resolution
  • Legal Ethics and Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Dispute Resolution
  • Aboriginal Dispute Resolution Mechanisms
  • How Technology is Changing Dispute Resolution