Romania's Mediation Law

The Romanian Parliament enacted its mediation law on May 16, 2006, to provide the Romanian public with an efficient and cost-effective alternative to litigation, meet international standards, and to lighten the workload of the Courts of First Instance. All aspects of mediation in Romania are supervised, coordinated, and managed by the Mediation Council, which is an autonomous public interest body established pursuant to the provisions of the Law.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

How does Romania mediation law regulate mediators?
To what areas of law does the mediation law apply?
What have been the criticisms of the provisions and application of the mediation law?
What group is the most resistant to the new mediation law in Romania?


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