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We have 55 ADR officials, which consist of 1 manager, Peter Causton and 54 mediators available. Their details can be found at
They were all appointed on a permanent basis after a rigorous interview to check competency. They are all qualified lawyers or mediators and comply with the EU code of conduct for mediators.
in practice, as we only deal with a small number of cases, the majority of cases are dealt with by the mediators listed below.
Training in distance mediation techniques (telephone and online) is provided to all panel members.
We will always allocate an ADR Official/mediator to the dispute based upon their knowledge, expertise and experience in the area, such as dealing with lawyers’ complaints or OfCom complaints about postal or communications services.
We are happy to mediate in English and French. We use google translate for emails.
All of our mediators are Civil Mediation Council Registered
Having spent many years litigating and having seen things from the judicial perspective, Peter is passionate about resolving disputes and so he set up ProMediate and Click2Resolve. Peter is an expert in professional indemnity law and is therefore heading up ProMediate’s Legal Complaints Service certified by CTSI to deal with complaints between lawyers and clients.
Mike has extensive experience of mediating small claims and is an expert in the field of insurance and workplace mediation.
Eve has trained as a barrister at law (non practising)
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