Digital Family Justice

From Alternative Dispute Resolution to Online Dispute Resolution?

Mavis Maclean (Redaktør) ; Bregje Dijksterhuis (Redaktør)

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A timely and comprehensive collection examining the increasing role of IT as an alternative to traditional legal services in delivering family justice.

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Introduction
Mavis Maclean and Bregje Dijksterhuis
PART A
DIGITAL FAMILY JUSTICE: POLITICAL AND PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTS FOR CHANGE
(1) The Political Landscape
1. 'My Problem, My Solution'? Private Ordering and Self-help in British Columbia, Canada
Rachel Treloar
2. Choosing Paths to Dispute Resolution in Post-Communist Poland
Malgorzata Fuszara and Jacek Kurczewski
3. Competing Logics, Norms and World Visions: The Family Justice System in Turkey
Verda Irtis
(2) The Professional Landscape
4. Legal Help by Student Lawyers: Harnessing the Thinking Behind Digital Expert Systems
Lisa Webley
5. Mediation in Germany - The Possibilities for and Limits of Mediation
Adelheid Kuhne and Barbara Willenbacher
6. Different Forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution: The Framework for Family Mediation in Spain
Teresa Piconto Novales, Elena Lauroba, Cristina Merino and Marcos Loredo Colunga

PART B
THE DEVELOPMENT OF DIGITAL FAMILY JUSTICE
7. Family Justice in France: Two Dimensions of Digitisation
Benoit Bastard
8. From ADR to ODR in Scots Family Justice: No Clear Direction of Travel
Jane Mair
9. Representations of Family Justice in Online Communities
Leanne Smith
10. Digital Pathways in Australian Family Law: An Initial Snapshot
Belinda Fehlberg and Bruce Smyth

PART C
THE WAY AHEAD
11. The Online Divorce Resolution Tool 'Rechtwijzer uit Elkaar' Examined
Bregje Dijksterhuis
12. The Digital Contribution to Reforming the Traditional Family Justice System in England and Wales: Reaching for the Best of Both Worlds?
Mavis Maclean
13. A Short Case Study: A Considered and Collaborative Approach to Digital Delivery in England and Wales
Alexy Buck, Alejandra Diaz and Kate Gregory-Smith

Om forfatteren

Mavis Maclean is co-founder of the Oxford Centre for Family Law and Policy, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, Oxford University and Senior Research Fellow of St Hilda's College, Oxford.
Bregje Dijksterhuis is Assistant Professor at Utrecht University.