Issue 65 of the Open Edition Journals includes a very interesting article by Philippe Charrier researcher at the Max Weber Center (CNRS) and teacher at the Université Lumière Lyon 2, which we have included in our library.
Available only in French, its title is: "Judicial mediation in France: Institutional innovation and professional practices of judges" and it has three sections:
- Prescribing mediation: an institutional innovation
- Two models of prescribing magistrates
This is an interesting analysis that deals with judicial mediation as an institutional innovation, on the one hand by describing the local and sometimes unique devices that we can observe in the courts, on the other hand, by study the judges’ positions—the main judicial mediation prescribers—regarding judicial mediation.
You can read it on this link