17 October 2017, 14:30 - 17:00
Garden Court Chambers
57-60 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3LJ
In a dispute? With no time to think about solving it? And no money to sort it? Come and ask a panel of mediators how to bridge the dispute resolution gap.
Two panels, each with three expert mediators, will explore mediation as a practical and user-friendly alternative to litigating your dispute in court or tribunal.
Speakers will explore the mediation process across a variety of disputes, including workplace, business and disputes in the community.
The panels, chaired by Helen Curtis, a mediator and barrister at Garden Court Mediation, will share their insight and experiences, answer your questions and listen to your perspective on resolving disputes.
The panellists are all mediators with experience in different fields and all look forward to meeting you.
- Mike Lind
A solicitor and mediator, Mike influences the strategic development of dispute resolution processes and ran eBay’s first European Online Dispute Resolution pilot.
- Eve Pienaar
Legal and Governance Director of the RIBA, Eve specialises in property and professional negligence mediations as well as mediating workplace and community disputes. Over 25 years as a commercial solicitor and 10 years as a mediator, Eve has an acute perspective in identifying the different approaches of mediation and litigation and what can benefit clients the most.
- Beverly-Ann Rogers
Beverly-Ann Rogers is a senior chancery commercial barrister and a CEDR-accredited mediator since 1999, specialising in multi-party and cross-cultural disputes.
- Letitia Stenning
Helping people and organisations manage conflict and work better, Letitia is a workplace and community and SEND (special education needs and disability) mediator, conflict coach and trainer.
- John Sturrock QC
John is recognised as one of the leading mediators in the U.K., practising both from Edinburgh through Core Solutions and London via Brick Court. John has significant experience of a wide range of difficult situations and, in addition to his commercial mediation practice, works extensively in the political and policy worlds. He is recognised as a thought leader in the field.
- Stephen Walker
Stephen has been a client at mediations, a mediator advocate and is now an active mediator. He has written five books on how to get the best out of the mediation process and is ideally placed to walk clients through mediation.
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