Its Sources, Limits and Identity
Mediation and the European Legal Culture
Abstract: The paper begins with a brief introduction to the topic of conflict, norms used for its resolution and mediation as a way to deal with it. Its purpose then is to point out and argue the thesis, that mediation and its development in legal area corresponds with such features that are said to be distinctive for “European constitutional culture”. Hence, the institution of mediation and its extending within contemporary legal systems – in legislation as well as in decision-making process – may be viewed as a form of expression of the changes outgoing in European legal culture as well as in a role of the state in conflict resolving.
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