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Mediation Advocacy is based on the following principles

Lawyers and clients negotiate

  • The negotiated outcome of a dispute is generally more satisfactory, more effective, more workable, more flexible and more durable than a decision made by a court or other institution.
  • The parties should be able to control the process and the results themselves.
  • The parties should be supported by their professional representatives and advisers in order to achieve a solution which also meets their true needs and interests.
  • Parties should also pay attention to helping the opposing party to safeguard their needs while preserving their own.
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The "European Mediation Academy" (emeac) was approved as an IMI Qualifying Assessment Program by the International Mediators Institute (IMI)  in January 2019. 
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Victor Schachter, a well-known business mediator and distinguished ex-lawyer from the United States, a great partner Law Firm Fenwick & West LLP, Silicon Valley, California and President of the "Foundation for Sustainable Rule of Law Initiatives"  was spüeaking in Zagreb about the chance for attornes to see mediation as an opportunity. He made it interesting, attractive, straightforward and clear for Croatian lawyers how mediation can simultaneously increase the profitability and satisfaction of attorneys in everyday work.
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