ABA Section publishes a new mediation ethics guidebook

A new book, "Mediation Ethics: A Practitioner's Guide," from the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution takes a practical, concise and coherent approach to mediation ethics to make lawyer-mediators better aware of their ethical obligations while serving as mediators.

Featuring the work of 15 mediation scholars, "Mediation Ethics" is an important and accessible addition to the literature on mediation ethics. It is edited by Omer Shapira, a senior lecturer and mediator who trains mediators in ethics and teaches law, alternative dispute resolution, mediation and mediation ethics at Ono Academic College in Israel. He has published extensively on mediation ethics and serves on several mediator ethics committees.

"Mediation Ethics: A Practitioner's Guide" is available as a paperback and eBook for $99.95.

To order a copy, visit www.shopaba.org.