This book is a compendium of articles elaborated by teachers of all the partner universities. The contents and sequence of all the articles is approved by unanimity by the project team. Each article can be read on its own. The aim of the authors of the book was to collect in a single edition a wide range of articles on subjects directly related to mediation. Therefore the reader has a choice to select either an article on subject of his interest, or to explore all the articles, thus getting acquainted with a broad spectrum of application of mediation tools in law, culture and psychology.
In addition to the articles published in the book, authors have also elaborated supplementary materials – either Power Point presentations or distributive materials for the students, as well as self-evaluation questions.

                                                                                           

AUTHORS             INTRODUCTION

1. Legal Regulation of Mediation and Involved Institutions: Latvia
Dana Rone

   


2. Legal Regulation of Mediation and Involved Institutions: Lithuania
Vigita Vebraite

   


3. Legal Regulation of Mediation and Involved Institutions: Estonia
Maria Claudia Solarte-Vásquez


4. Legal Regulation of Mediation and Involved Institutions: Italy
Francesco Pesce


5.The Wider Context: an Introduction to Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution
Maria Claudia Solarte-Vásquez


6. The Role of Nationality and Culture in Conflict Management
Tarmo Tuisk

           


7. International and EU Perspective on Mediation: Mediation and Fundamental Right of Access to Justice
Francesco Pesce

   


8. International and EU Perspective on Mediation: The 2008/52 Directive on Mediation on Civil and Commercial Matters
Laura Carpaneto


9. International and EU Perspectives on Mediation: Mediation as a Tool for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes
Chiara Cellerino

   


10. International and EU Perspective on Mediation: The EU Digital Agenda and Online Mediation in the Digital Single Market and the UNCITRAL’s Working Group III on Online Dispute Resolution
Stefano Dominelli

  


11. International and EU Perspective on Mediation: Common Principles in Cross-Border Family Mediation
Stefano Dominelli

     


12. International and EU Perspective on Mediation: Mediation in Civil and Commercial Matters: Private International Law Issues
Ilaria Queirolo


13. Phases of Mediation
Dana Rone

   


14. Mediation Principles
Neringa Toleikyte

   


15. Skills of the Mediator
Dana Rone

   


16. Psychological Aspects of the Family Mediation
Elena Giulia Montorsi

   


Moot mediation description


references

Reference, Dr.Iur. Gatis Litvins, Lecturer at Turiba University, Latvia

Reference, Phd Inese Druviete, Riga Graduate School of Law, Latvia

Reference, Julia B.Radanova, Attorney-at-Law and mediator, Bulgaria

Reference, Marija Bliuvaite, Phd Candidate at Vilnius University, Lithuania


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