Why Mediate

Disadvantages of Mediation

Master of the Rolls, Sir Anthony Clarke has stated that there are few disadvantages of Mediation.

  1. typical ADR processes such as Mediation do not result in a judgement of the Court setting out the individual litigant's rights;
  2. mediation, unlike the litigation process does not enable a legal decision to be made.

It is generally believed by the judiciary however, that the requirement to gain a decision should only be required in the rarest of cases and that the vast majority of disputes should be solved using Alternative Dispute Resolution processes such as mediation.

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