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Mediation by Judges: A New Phenomenon in the Transformation of Justice - Louise Otis, Eric H. Reiter

Judicial mediation—where mediation by sitting judges forms an integral part of the traditional adjudicative system, creating a truly hybrid system of justice—represents a new phenomenon that is transforming the relationship between society and the courts. This article draws on more than a decade of experience with the established judicial mediation program in Quebec—still unique in the world—which operates in all courts and tribunals to create a fully integrated hybrid system of justice. By integrating adjudication and mediation, mediation by judges is a radical reorientation of how justice is rendered. By combining flexibility and self-determination by the parties with the authority of the judicial role, judicial mediation is a powerful and efficient tool for conflict resolution, better adapted to the needs of litigants and society alike.

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