Textbooks by The ADR Research Network in 2014

2014 was a busy year for the ADR Research Network in terms of research output.  To mark January 2015, here is a quick snapshot of some of textbooks produced by the network last year.  We will follow up with a post about 2014 journal articles in the not too distant future.

122057David Spencer and Samantha Hardy, Dispute Resolution in Australia: Cases, Commentary and Materials (Thomson Reuters, 3rd ed 2014).  Find out more about this book here.

9781862879744 Michael King, Arie Frieberg, Becky Batagol and Ross Hyams, Non-Adversarial Justice (Federation Press, 2nd ed 2014).  Find out more about this book here.

_au_-9780409334463-positive-professional-identititesRachael Field, James Duffy and Anna Huggins, Lawyering and Positive Professional Identities (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2014).  Find out more about this book here.

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About Mr James Duffy

James Duffy studied Commerce and Law at the University of Queensland, completing his studies in 2004. In 2005 James worked as an Associate to His Honour Judge Michael Shanahan DCJ and in 2006 worked as an Associate to His Honour Justice Glen Williams JA AO. After working briefly in private practice, James commenced sessional teaching at both The University of Queensland Business School (Accounting & Corporate Finance) and the QUT School of Law. James joined the QUT Faculty of Law as an Associate Lecturer in 2009 and completed his Masters of Law in 2011. Research Interests - Alternative Dispute Resolution - Non-Adversarial Justice - Psychology and the Law - Positive Psychology

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