The beauty of Robert Baruch Bush's research on ethics is that his conclusions grow out of the real life experiences of mediators.' Yes, his interpretation is influenced by his own biases, and yes, the Florida mediation scene, where he made his observations, is not a microcosm of the rest of the nation or the world; nevertheless, in spite of these limitations, he did a remarkable job of capturing the dilemmas that most mediators face.
Albie M. Davis,
Ethics: No One Ever Said It Would Be Easy: Bush's Contribution to Mediation Practice,
1994 J. Disp. Resol.
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