Mediation (I) What to do and when to do it?

This ½ hour lecture sets out the parameters of a legal practitioners’ duty under The Mediation Act. It highlights the various sections of the Act which the Solicitor must comply with before, during and after the Mediation. The lecture refers to the carious rules of Court and sets out how a client should be prepared for Mediation. There is also reference to the new Mediation Board for Personal Injuries under the PIRB Act 2022.

The lecture covers a number of topics, including:

  • Benefits of Mediation
  • The Mediation Act 2017
  • Duties of a Solicitor
  • Rules of Court
  • Costs
  • The Mediation Agreement
  • Structure of the Mediation
  • PIRB Act 2022

Teaching method:  

e-Lecture, PowerPoint;

Duration & pricing:

  • Net-Duration: 1 hour

To book this lecture please refer to: 2024 Legal CPD programme

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