This thesis examines judical mediation from a constitutional and jurisprudential perspective. More specifically, it asks whether Ch III of the Commonwealth Constitution limits the capacity of Australian judges to engage in judicial mediation and, if so, how this will afffect the development of judicial mediation in practice.
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Recommended CitationIain Field (2010) Judicial mediation and Ch III of the Commonwealth Constitution, PhD, ePublications@bond, Faculty of Law.
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