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About the Book This Book, is originally a Ph.D. thesis in Comparative Industrial Relations Laws from Ahmad Ibrahim Faculty of Laws (AIKOL), International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). The project looks into comparative advantages of mediation in resolving industrial disputes in Liberia with the aim at deriving some enhancement precedents from the following Common Law Jurisdictions; the UK, New Zealand and Malaysia. The research explores the substantive and procedural laws of mediation in Liberia, and subsequently examines the effectiveness of those laws. It concludes that though mediation, which is a tool of amicable methods of disputes resolution is encouraged by the Liberian Labour jurisprudence, there are still lots of substantive and procedural loopholes to be addressed. For instance, there is the need for an ADR legislation or at least, a Mediation Act to regulate and standardise practices of ADR. There is also the need to introduce the Court-Annexed Mediation System (CAMS) as an auxiliary to reduce backlog cases of labour disputes at the Court's docket. Finally, the project further encourages academics to consider researching in the area of ADR and labour law.