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Court Mediation Reform

Efficiency, Confidence and Perceptions of Justice

Shahla F. Ali

As judiciaries advance, exploring how court mediation programs can provide opportunities for party-directed reconciliation whilst ensuring access to formal legal channels requires careful investigation. Court Mediation Reform explores comparative empirical findings in order to examine the association between court mediation structure and perceptions of justice, efficiency and confidence in courts.
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Efficiency, Confidence and Perceptions of Justice

Shahla F. Ali

FIGURES

  I.1  Percentage of regions experiencing positive change over a five-year period in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice by voluntary/mandatory programme type
13.1  Percentage of practitioners rating very high/high perceptions of efficiency, confidence and fairness in court mediation by programme type
13.2  Region of practice
13.3  Experience with court mediation
13.4  Court mediation cost coverage

TABLES

  3.1  Mediation outcomes under the Small Claims Mediation Scheme
  3.2  Success rates of ADR in cases involving government departments and agencies
  3.3  UK rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
  4.1  Hong Kong rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
  5.1  France’s rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
  6.1  The Netherlands’ rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
  7.1  Successful mediated cases in various courts of Malaysia in 2011
  7.2  Malaysia’s rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
  8.1  Programme features of specific mandatory mediation programmes in 12 US federal districts
  8.2  United States’ rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
  9.1  Australia’s rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
10.1  Italy’s rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
11.1  Breakdown by types of disputes of judicial-mediated civil cases at the first instance level of the PRC courts
11.2  Breakdown of civil cases closed at the first instance level of the PRC courts
11.3  China’s rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
12.1  India’s rankings: developments in efficiency, confidence and perceptions of justice, 2011–2016
13.1  Rationale for court mediation by programme type, 2015–2017
13.2  Confidence in mediation programme by programme type, 2015–2017
13.3  Fairness of mediation programme by programme type, 2015–2017
13.4  Efficiency of mediation programme by programme type, 2015–2017
13.5  Key achievements in mandatory and voluntary programmes, 2015–2017
13.6  Key challenges in mandatory and voluntary programmes, 2015–2017
13.7  Suggestions for improvement of mandatory and voluntary mediation programmes