Dispute Resolver Directory

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Daniel Jordan
Sarah Noble
Eric Ross-Adjie

Solicitor Practising in Areas of general Commercial Property Banking and finance, Corporations Act, Business Sales and Acquisitions Experience as a Solicitor Eric has over 25 years experience in advising and assisting clients in resolving disputes through negitation, achieving commercial settlements, arbitration and mediation. Current Positions Member Law Society Panel of Mediators and Arbitrators, Western Australia Accredited Practitioner Member of LEADR, Westerna Australia Chapter Associated Member of IAMA since 2006 Membver Law Society of Western Australia Member of Law Council of Australia Member of Australian Institute of Management

Ashley Zhuo
Services offered across regional SA and online

Flexible dispute resolution and mediation solutions provided by Accredited Mediators through Centacare Catholic Country SA.

Please contact us to explore Mediation options and prices tailored to your needs

Mediation and Resolution Services

Centacare's Mediation and Resolution Service offers a suite of flexible dispute resolution services through facilitating voluntary, confidential discussion between the relevant people about the issues in dispute, managed by an independent mediator.

Services are tailored to your business or organisation's needs

Offering holistic wrap-around Employee Assistance Services alongside Mediation and Dispute Resolution services to assist with managing workplace conflict

We use technology capabilities to make the service more accessible, flexible and responsive

Our Mediators can facilitate video meetings to bring the service to you across regional and remote South Australia

Employee Counselling

We offer a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program which provides counselling to address the needs of organisations and their employees through a comprehensive range of services. At the core of which is short-term, professional counselling using evidence-based psychological interventions.

Counselling intervention is designed to identify and assist employees in resolving both work and personal issues at onset to prevent issues that may be adversely affecting employee performance and wellbeing.

Areas may include, but are not limited to:

  • Personal issues
  • Relationship issues
  • Work/personal stress
  • Interpersonal conflict
  • Working relationships
  • Substance abuse
  • Gambling
  • Grief and Loss
  • Trauma
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Financial problems

Education and Training

We have significant experience and expertise in developing and delivering tailored training and workshop packages. These are designed to assist organisations to promote understanding of workplace issues, and to assist managers and employees to develop practical skills and strategies to deal with workplace issues and situations.

Strategic Solutions to Workplace Conflict

Employee Assistance Program offers its organisations strategic solutions to workplace conflict through consultancy and coaching, including:

  • Mediation and dispute resolution 
  • Consultancy to design conflict management strategies, policies and procedures
  • Programs to develop knowledge and skills for managers to enable them to prevent and deal with situations which have the potential to develop into conflict
  • Coaching, where a coach works individually with a client to determine the current situation, set goals for the future, and plan ways to meet these goals. 
Dr Rosemary Howell
Sydney CBD

 

Rosemary is the Chairman of Strategic Action in Australia specialising in early intervention processes. She provides mediation, facilitation and coaching services nationally and internationally. She has served a term as Secretary-General of the Law Council of Australia. She is a Professorial Visiting Fellow at the University of New South Wales and a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne. Her doctorate investigates ‘How Lawyers Negotiate’. Who’s Who Legal 2019 identifies her as a Global Thought Leader in Mediation and she has recently been awarded Client Choice Australian Mediator of the Year by Lexicology.

Douja Elhajj
Perth south separation divorce
Dr Danielle Bozin
Brisbane and Australia wide

Danielle is a PhD qualified, nationally accredited mediator who is passionate about resolving conflict and working with clients to achieve long-term solutions. Her sensitive and calm approach supports clients to work through challenging situations with dignity, whilst empowering them to engage in interest-based negotiations with a focus on achieving creative agreements based on understanding and respect.

With a Law and Business Communications background Danielle can provide bespoke alternative dispute resolution utilising both mediation and design thinking processes.

Danielle is a Senior Lecturer and researcher at Queensland University of Technology School of Law. She has over 15 years’ experience teaching Corporate Law, Family Law and Dispute Resolution. Danielle’s research is primarily concerned with examining the law’s effect on the mental and emotional health of those navigating the legal system. She is interested in exploring ways to lessen the impact of the anti-therapeutic outcomes produced by the law and legal processes using alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.

Danielle is Brisbane based but can travel to clients and conduct online mediation. To discuss her mediation and conflict resolution services, please contact her on 0424021858 or daniellebozin@outlook.com

David Rogers

Workplace relations practitioner with 20 years experience

Nadja Alexander
Lourindi Uneddu
Services offered across regional SA and Online

Flexible dispute resolution and mediation solutions provided by Accredited Mediators through Centacare Catholic Country SA.

Please contact us to explore Mediation options and prices tailored to your needs

Mediation and Resolution Services

Centacare's Mediation and Resolution Service offers a suite of flexible dispute resolution services through facilitating voluntary, confidential discussion between the relevant people about the issues in dispute, managed by an independent mediator.

  • Services are tailored to your business or organisation's needs
  • Offering holistic wrap-around Employee Assistance Services alongside Mediation and Dispute Resolution services to assist with managing workplace conflict
  • We use technology capabilities to make the service more accessible, flexible and responsive
  • Our Mediators can facilitate video meetings to bring the service to you across regional and remote South Australia

Employee Counselling

We offer a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program which provides counselling to address the needs of organisations and their employees through a comprehensive range of services. At the core of which is short-term, professional counselling using evidence-based psychological interventions.

Counselling intervention is designed to identify and assist employees in resolving both work and personal issues at onset to prevent issues that may be adversely affecting employee performance and wellbeing.

Areas may include, but are not limited to:

  • Personal issues
  • Relationship issues
  • Work/personal stress
  • Interpersonal conflict
  • Working relationships
  • Substance abuse
  • Gambling
  • Grief and Loss
  • Trauma
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Financial problems

Education and Training

We have significant experience and expertise in developing and delivering tailored training and workshop packages. These are designed to assist organisations to promote understanding of workplace issues, and to assist managers and employees to develop practical skills and strategies to deal with workplace issues and situations.

Strategic Solutions to Workplace Conflict

Employee Assistance Program offers its organisations strategic solutions to workplace conflict through consultancy and coaching, including:

  • Mediation and dispute resolution 
  • Consultancy to design conflict management strategies, policies and procedures
  • Programs to develop knowledge and skills for managers to enable them to prevent and deal with situations which have the potential to develop into conflict
  • Coaching, where a coach works individually with a client to determine the current situation, set goals for the future, and plan ways to meet these goals. 
Toby Boys

Toby specialises in Commercial Dispute Resolution and has experience as both a lawyer and mediator in a wide range of areas including contract and commercial, property, intellectual property, trade practices, corporate, insolvency, franchising and construction.

Ilknur Bayari
Sydney

Specialising in Family Dispute Resolution involving children and/or financial issues.

Mary Walker
Andrew Rakowski
Sarah Clarke
Malcolm Gracie

Solicitor: admitted 1987. Barrister: practising at NSW Bar since December 1988. Also admitted in Victoria, Queensland, Australian Capital Territory, Western Australia and Northern Territory. Member of the UK Bar since July 1992 (Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn). Principal areas of practice include commercial litigation, building and construction law and trade practices. Acted as Arbitrator of NSW District Court since 1998. Member of Supreme Court Arbitration and Early Neutral Evaluation Panel. Lieutenant in Royal Australian Navy Reserves: Legal Panel. Other professional memberships include the International Bar Association, Amnesty International, UNICEF and the International Commission of Jurists (Australian Section).

Nichole Orr
Newcastle - Hunter
Alicia Hill
Melbourne, Victoria

Assisting parties mediate, arbitrate, facilitte, conciliate or resolve commercial disputes across Australia.

Linx Macpherson
NSW mid north coast Coffs Harbour

Mediating in Central Australia, including remote Aboriginal communities for nine years.    I lived in Alice Springs for 18 years until early 2018.

Six years as a trainer (under the national standards) for mediation accredited five day workshops in Darwin and Alice Springs and also training in remote Aboriginal communities in the NT and SA.   I was also contracted as a conciliator for the NT Anti-Discrimination Commission.

In 2018 I mediated on behalf of the Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria.

Since March 2019 I have been based in Coffs Harbour on the NSW mid north coast but also travel back to Central Australia for mediation work with Aboriginal communities.

My mediation experience has included:

  • Neighbours 
  • Schools
  • Workplace
  • Court appointed
  • Friends / family
  • Aboriginal communities  (including about royalties, families, prisons, burials, housing, agencies
  • Associations / clubs         

If desired by the parties I am open to working in a co-mediator environment.

Peter McNeill
Michael Hollingdale
Perth Western Australia

Commercial mediator offering a fixed fee mediation service following a preliminary conference by phone or face to face.

Preferred form of Mediation Agreement incorporates the Resolution Institute's Mediation Rules.

My usual fixed mediation fee is $5,500 inclusive of GST#. This includes:

  1. preparing Mediation Agreement;
  2. preliminary meeting, including agenda and minutes;
  3. reading parties' position papers and considering a moderate volume of materials in preparation; and
  4. one day mediation conference (up to 8 hours).

(#This fee may vary depending on the complexity and preparation time as assessed at the preliminary conference.)

My usual fixed fee for a half day mediation is $3,300 inclusive of GST. This includes:

  1. preparing Mediation Agreement;
  2. preliminary meeting, including agenda and minutes;
  3. reading parties' position papers and considering a small volume of materials in preparation; and
  4. mediation conference (up to 4 hours).

For mediations where the quantum in dispute is less than $50,000 a lower fixed fee may be agreed.

Facilitation fees will be assessed on initial in-take however the above rates will serve as a guide.

If applicable, the Resolution Institute's nomination fee will be added as a disbursement.

Ian Richards
South Australia, Northern Territory, Nationally - Online

About Ian
Ian is a Nationally Accredited Mediator under the NMAS, a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (Family Mediator), counsellor and an academic teacher in higher education.

What He Believes:

That everyone is different and understand that each person is the expert in their lives.
That people are holistic in their makeup, that is, everyone has physical, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects to their life.
That counselling or mediation should be a place to go to gain new tools, strategies and ideas that match the individual’s holistic makeup, and will help people move in the direction that is beneficial to their wellness.

His Values
Ian has a value of 3C’s.  Caring, Commitment, and Challenge.  That is he will:

do his best to care for people by actively listening to them in a non judgemental way.

commit to you by understanding your wants and wishes for counselling/mediation and work within ethical boundaries to help you achieve and or develop realistic outcomes.

at times, challenge your thoughts and ideas to facilitate a deeper understanding or to develop a path forward.  

 

Trevor Jolly
David Francis
Sydney and travel anywhere

I have over 40 years of experience in commercial disputes management and resolution. Having practised as a solicitor and barrister from 1970 to 2016 I have ceased to practice as a lawyer in order to focus on mediation, adjudication, arbitration and expert determination. I have been acting as an arbitrator of civil disputes for more than 30 years. I continue to do so and have also adjudicated Building Payment Act claims around Australia except South Australia since 2003. I have conducted expert determinations for commercial parties and industry bodies.
I was first exposed to mediation in 1991 which in 1993 inspired me to start formal studies in dispute resolution, mediation and negotiation as part of my UTS Masters of Law degree. In 1995 I became an accredited mediator.
In the several hundred disputes in which I have been the mediator I have worked with the parties to help them analyse the sources of their conflict, understand what an acceptable outcome would look like, encourage them in their decision-making to develop options for resolution and negotiation strategies and, if relevant and possible, maintain working relationships with the other party.
A big part of my professional life has been training - myself and others.
Lifelong learning is a given. I am energised intellectually and personally by the training opportunities I am fortunate enough to have and the people I meet while doing so.

Scot Wheelhouse
Robert Heath
Melbourne and Dubai
Donna Ross
Melbourne CBD and surrounds

I am a mediator, arbitrator and solicitor, admitted in Victoria and New York. I have both common and civil law degrees and extensive ADR, corporate and litigation experience across several continents. While I serve as a neutral and counsel in ADR proceedings, I also draft dispute resolution clauses, represent parties in contract and settlement negotiations as well as in mediations and arbitrations. I advise businesses in preventive DR and help them manage disputes as early as possible to achieve better commercial outcomes.

 

 

 

 

Yula Blecher
Michael Stewart

Targeted, effective solutions to complex conflicts including investigation, evaluation and report, recommended interventions including counselling, coaching, mentoring, custom-designed workshops, mediation and facilitated meetings.

Clare Burford
paul wellington

Curtin University School of Architecture Construction and Planning ; sessional lecturer in construction law Royal Australian Institute of Architects Archicentre : participating architect Royal Australian Institute of Architects WA Executive Director (1993 - 1996) Paul Wellington Pty Ltd Architects Melbourne and Perth (1984 - 2005) see web site on www.paulwellington.com

Catherine Smith
Vlado Joseph Dancevic
Geelong Region Melbourne CBD

Highly experienced in accounting, financial planning, finance, investment and business management I now bring this expertise to the practice of mediation and dispute resolution.

I have over 40 years’ experience in accounting, finance, financial planning, investment, business advisory and business management. This has not only provided me with a solid foundation in those fields but also extensive experience in negotiation and dispute resolution. I have now brought these skills into, and formalised my practice of, mediation through National Accreditation under the National Mediator Accreditation Standards (NMAS).

The many decades in work, business and society in general has brought me into contact with people from all walks of life and I have been called on to help resolve many and varied disputes. I believe that my qualities are most suitable for dispute resolution. They include: flexibility; patience; sensitivity; perseverance; objectivity; tact; adaptability; open-mindedness; active listening; rapport- building; empathy. I have faith in the process of mediation in the resolution of disputes and understand that to achieve success one must be prepared for the unexpected.

 

Daan Spijer
Melbourne & suburbs

Understanding in the face of conflict.

Bringing more than 45 years of experience in law, psychotherapy, IT, business and organisational management to the understanding and resolution of disputes. I have also trained, and worked for 15 years, in psychotherapy.

During the COVID-19 isolation and distancing, I can conduct mediation and family dispute resolution on-line.

I live on the Mornington Peninsula and I am available to assist you anywhere around Melbourne and its suburbs, as well as all over Victoria and Tasmania.

See more about me and what I bring to my practice at www.DSMediation.com.au 

James Wilson
Ann Fitzpatrick
David Yuille
Susan Leech
Sydney’s Inner West visiting country locations

With 20 years of construction industry experience, Susan offers an excellent option to mediate disputes about renovations and payments for building work. As an engineer and experienced construction professional, she has a thorough understanding of technical issues. Additionally, she has extensive experience in dealing with the people and culture of the building and construction industry. Using these foundations, Susan is adept in assisting her clients to wisely resolve their disputes.

Rob Nicholls

Dr Rob Nicholls is a media and telecommunications specialist who has had an extensive career concentrating on technology, regulatory and business strategy. Rob’s mediation practice focuses on the resolution of disputes associated with information and communications technologies. This includes intellectual property disputes. He has particular skills in dealing with issues that relate to access and interconnection regulation of networked industries. Rob is the Independent Telecommunications Adjudicator in Australia. This is a role that requires him to make expert determinations in disputes between Telstra and its wholesale customers for regulated services. He has been an expert witness in proceedings in Australia and overseas. In addition to his dispute resolution practice, Rob is a consultant in the telecommunications and media space. He is a sessional lecturer in e-commerce law at Macquarie University and in International Political Economy at UNSW. Rob has published a large number of papers as well as book chapters and is the co-author of the Radiocommunications Commentary in Communications, Law and Policy. Originally a telecommunications engineer, Rob is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Rob’s PhD thesis at UNSW investigated broadcasting regulation in Australia. He also holds a Masters degree in international relations from UNSW and a Bachelors degree (with honours) in electronics and communications engineering from the University of Birmingham

Belinda Crawford
Sydney/Parramatta/The Hills

Crawford Mediation & Arbitration offers efficient and dignified family law solutions with an Accredited Specialist in Family Law with 20 years experience.  Belinda is the Principal at Crawford Mediation & Arbitration and a former Senior Registrar and Registrar of the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia.  She worked across the Sydney and Parramatta Registries of the Court for 15 years and prior to that, worked in private practice.  Belinda knows only too well the challenges and stresses associated with contested Family Law proceedings and has a passion for assisting parties to resolve their disputes with reduced cost, stress and delay.

Matthew Maxwell
Kiama, South Coast NSW

Mediation, Family Dispute Resolution (FDRP) and Conflict Resolution.

Maxwell Parker Dispute Resolution is a private dispute resolution practice; providing clients with confidential, cost-effective and timely services to resolve a wide range of disputes.

​Based in Kiama, NSW we provide Mediation, Conflict Resolution and Family Dispute services to clients throughout the South Coast, Illawarra. and Regional NSW. As a nationally accredited provider  (NMAS and FDRP) of mediation services we work Australia-wide, upon request.

​Our mediations and conflict resolution work is typically conducted face-to-face; however, we also offer web-based online meetings as well as teleconference facilities. We will often use a combination of these technologies when working with clients.

Please do not hesitate to contact us at info@maxwellparker.com.au or call Matthew Maxwell direct on 0403 436 453.

John Nunns
Melbourne

Experienced in commercial, construction, estate, small-medium family business enterprise (including farming) disputes. Barrister for over 40 years, specialising (over 25 years) in advice and representation in Commercial, Property, and Building and Trusts, Equity, Probate and Estate  disputes relating to commercial contracts generally and real property (sales, leases, mortgages), guarantees, sale of businesses, professional liability, insurance, sale/lease of goods and equipment (including performance and suitability for purpose), product liability, building and engineering, copyright, trusts, succession, administration of estates and family provision, companies and partnership. Experienced practising accredited Arbitrator and Mediator conducting arbitrations and mediations in these areas for over 24 years.

Stuart Carr

Business Advisor, Mentor, Advisor, General Management.

Gregory Burton SC FCIArb FRI
Sydney experienced senior counsel

Experienced  Senior Counsel, mediator, arbitrator, expert determiner. auDA domain name dispute determiner.

Advocacy (trial and appellate) and specialist advice, conducting and appearing in mediations and arbitrations, auDA domain name dispute determiner (chair of 3-member panels and single-member panel), expert determiner.

Accredited/registered with statutory and private panels including NMAS, Resolution Institute Advanced Mediators Panel, Australian Disputes Centre, ACICA, CIArb, Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration.

Practice and dispute resolution areas: commercial and corporate, finance and securities, insolvency, insurance, equity, trusts, property (including IP and IT), competition law, succession, administrative law, associations and organisations, charities, employment law, contracts, torts and negligence, professional liability; personal injury (for mediations and arbitrations).

Dr Richard Whitwell CPA Lawyer Mediator
Canberra and Queanbeyan
Jaswant Deo

40 years Total in Design, Engineering, Construction, Manufacturing and Dispute Resolution.

Anne Ardagh
Vicky McIver
Based in Victoria

Vicky McIver is an accomplished, mediator and facilitator. She is a long-term Board Director and Management Consultant.  She has carried out many workplace investigations and mediations.  On a strategic level she has facilitated and developed many successful organisational strategies and change management plans.  She has also carried out many Board and organisational reviews.

Vicky founded Arrus Knoble Management consultants (Aus) in 1999 which is linked to the NZ company which was established in 1995.  The aim of Arrus Knoble is to work with individuals and organisations to improve their performance.

Giles Coakes
Stephen Herrick