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Evaluating Collaborative Law in the Australian Context

December 2, 2020 Document

This 2015 article by Dr Henry Kha, Lecturer in Law at Macquarie University, makes for interesting reading.  It highlights just how far the collaborative process has come in the last 5 years and how far we have come as a community.  Notably, many of the “problems with Collaborative Law” identified by Dr Kha in the article have been and are continuing to be addressed by the Collaborative Community.

Evaluating Collaborative Law in the Australian context

 

This article was first published by Thomson Reuters in the Australian Dispute Resolution Journal – 2015 26(3) Australian Dispute Resolution Journal, 178,183.

 

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