You need the Flash 8 plugin to view this banner.
Bookmark and Share
Friday, September 18th 2020
You need the Flash 8 plugin to view this banner.
Guyana
Register

Enter your email address to receive FREE global mediation news



Unsubscribe

Sponsors





Find out more >>


Featured Global Network Partner



Find out more >>

Find out more >>




Home > Country profiles > Guyana > Articles > Article detail






Mediation to become ?an established culture? here

Saturday, 6th November 2011

<p>ACTING Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Carl Singh, chided lawyers last Friday morning for their unresponsiveness to mediation in Guyana, a process that could resolve legal matters quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively, but which lawyers have&nbsp;downplayed due to fear of &lsquo;hurting their pockets&rsquo;.&nbsp;</p><p>The first-ever mediation forum was held by the Mediation Institute of Guyana (MIG) at the Ocean View International Hotel at Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara for the purpose of encouraging greater use of the process as a means of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).</p><p>Please select the link below to read further.&nbsp;</p>


Web-link: http://www.guyanachronicleonline.com/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=...
Source: Guyana Chronicles Newspapers
Language: English
Contact: Telesha Persaud


< Back