Happy end of 2019 to all our followers!
- We clocked over 20,000 views by over 13,000 visitors to our adrresearch.net WordPress site, another record of annual growth since we started it in 2013.
- This is our 65th post for the year, showing that we have kept to our commitment to regular posting. A big thank you to all our monthly blog editors who take responsibility for organising at least one post per week.
- 2019 readers accessed adrresearch.net from Australia, the UK, USA, Canada, India, New Zealand, Ireland, Singapore, South Africa, Hong Kong, Germany, Kenya, Spain and many more.
- @ADRResearch on Twitter has 1,590 followers.
The most frequent place for people to visit the ADRRN was on our home page, but the other popular posts, with over 300 reads each during 2019, were:
- There is a time and place for mediation but a bullying allegation in the workplace is not one by Carmelene Greco, a student from the Faculty of Law at Monash University.
- Can Judges Mediate? CASE NOTE: Wardman v Macquarie Bank by Olivia Rundle, Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania.
- The Empty Idea of Mediator Impartiality by Jonathan Crowe and Rachael Field, Professors at Bond University.
- Power of Parties in Mediation: What is the Mediator’s Role? by Robert Angyal SC, barrister, mediator and arbitrator.
- The Dispute Tree or the Dispute Pyramid by Kate Curnow, now in house counsel in private practice.
- The Central Role of Party Self-Determination in Mediation Ethics by Rachael Field and Jonathan Crowe, Professors at Bond University.
- Unpacking the “adversarial advocate” by Olivia Rundle, Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania.
Some of the above posts were made some years ago. Thank you for engaging with our short ideas on here!
Contributions to the ADRRN WordPress blog can be made by anyone in the dispute resolution research community (ie you!). Please read Blogging Basics for Beginners and send your draft post to the Editor in Chief, who will be able to advise the monthly blog editor and coordinate timing. Editor in Chief is Olivia Rundle until February 2020 when Nussen Ainsworth takes the reigns.
We’ll be back in January with more posts based upon papers workshopped at our 8th Roundtable in early December.