Research on Mediation Specialization in Japan

Yi HUANG

Abstract


Mediation is an important means for resolving disputes.
In modern time, with the development of Japanese
society, mediation system changes from traditional
type into modern one. Research on Japanese mediation
specialization mainly reflected in strong support from
legislation and proper arrangement. The professional
operation of Japanese mediation cannot only guarantee
mediation legal effect, but also can gain respect and trust.
Key words: Japan; Mediation; Specialization

Keywords


Japan; Mediation; Specialization



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720120803.3711

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