Construction of a Diversified Dispute Settlement Mechanism - A Case Study of Court Mediation



Currently the Chinese society is in transition with various social conflicts and disputes highlighted. A diversified dispute settlement mechanism should be explored. Based on the objective evaluation and rational analysis of our country’s court mediation mechanism, this article advocates to promote the institutionalization of mediation, play the positive function of court mediation, and promote the function transformation and mechanism construction of court mediation under the legal rules and legal order.


Diversified dispute settlement mechanism; Court mediation; Court annexed diversified mediation

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