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Bond Mediation Experts Win International Award

At a prestigious Mediation Dinner and International Awards Ceremony on 17 November at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel in London, Laurence Boulle and Miryana Nesic won the award for international Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) publications with their book, Mediator Skills and Techniques: Triangle of Influence (London: Bloomsbury Professional Books, 2010).

The black tie event was hosted by the London-based Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) and recognised the top international achievers in ADR and celebrated achievements from the last two decades. The event was attended by over 200 dignitaries from across the globe.

The judges for this year’s awards were Lord Woolf of Barnes, Sir Alex Jarett (CEDR Life President), Deborah Prince of Which, Noel Campbell of Holman Fenwick Willan, Patrick Deane of Nestle SA and Martin Josephs of COLT Group plc.

The other prize winners were Tokiso from Johannesburg which was awarded the international prize for initiatives in conflict management, the Scottish Mediation Network in Edinburgh, The Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse in Nigeria and Herbert Smith LLP, London, for their significant achievements in dispute resolution.

Laurence Boulle is Professor of Law at Bond and Director of the Mandela Institute in the School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and Miryana Nesic is a practising mediator based in London UK, an Adjunct Associate Professor, at Bond University and Visiting Professor of ADR at NLS in the UK.

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