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Embracing Mediation: A Boon for Judiciary Efficiency

The new justice reforms bring a new era of efficiency in the court system.

Through mediation, the MOJ expects to free nearly 5,000 sitting days a year, significantly reducing waiting times for complex cases.

Not only does this present an opportunity for the judiciary to work more effectively, but it also opens doors for parties to achieve swift and less stressful resolutions.

Efficiency in justice is not just about speed, it's about making the process more human, more approachable. That's the promise of mediation.

notes Mediator and Podcaster, Gregory Hunt. We will report more on this in the coming week. In the meantime, if you have a mediation enquiry please visit for more guidance and assistance from Gregg.

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