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Why I became a Mediator

I am delighted to have joined the panel of mediators at IPOS Mediation (formerly In Place of Strife). IPOS is one of the oldest and best-known mediation chambers in the UK, and arranges hundreds of ...

Paola’s blog: Cognitive biases and Coronavirus

Today I'm delighted to publish the first of an occasional series of guest blogs. Here, Paola Lombardi, a behavioural economist, explores what's really going on in our thoughts in a time of crisis. Paola's blog: ...

In The Media

Blind trusts – raising more questions than they answer?

Is a blind trust a helpful way for politicians, and others in public office, to manage the risk of perceived conflicts of interest? Blind trusts might not be perfect, but they do separate a politician's ...

Unexplained Wealth Orders – Trapped by the Trappings of Wealth?

Spear's have published a blog that I wrote about Unexplained Wealth Orders. There is still a great deal of uncertainty about this relatively new kind of confiscation order, but they shouldn't be seen as a ...
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