Tony Guise attends the latest civil justice reform event

The Johnson Fielding Building at the University of Leicester sits in an elevated location, elegant and imposing. The building, like the 37 acres that surround it, was a gift from Thomas Johnson Fielding in 1919 “in the cause of higher education” as the memorial tablet in the vestibule records. Today, the building houses the Faculties of Law and Criminology - home to the University’s “Dispute Resolution Cluster” – a unique catalyst for the study of dispute resolution. Within their ranks are to be found well-known academics, Professor Pablo Cortes and Associate Professor Masood Ahmed. A fitting venue then to host an afternoon seminar celebrating “The Role of [A]DR and Neutral Evaluation in the Refo...

Tony Guise

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