This paper is based on research sponsored by the National Institute for Dispute Resolution and by Hofstra University School of Law. The research involved interviews with roughly eighty mediators working in one of the three areas mentioned above. The mediators were asked to identify situations they had experienced in mediation that, in their view, raised difficult ethical dilemmas on which they felt the need for guidance by professional standards and program policy. This report summarizes and illustrates the findings of the research as to the major types of dilemmas practicing mediators are confronted with and analyzes these dilemmas and their interrelationships. It then offers some suggestions regarding policies that can help train and guide mediators on how to recognize and respond to these dilemmas in practice
Robert A. Baruch Bush,,
Study of Ethical Dilemmas and Policy Implications, A,
1994 J. Disp. Resol.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.missouri.edu/jdr/vol1994/iss1/4