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Rosie Compton

Rosie Compton is an accredited mediator and registered with the Civil Mediation Council.Practising as a Civil / Commercial and Workplace / Employment mediator, she also brings more than sixteen years’ experience of a mediation approach to conflict resolution in troubleshooting roles at a very senior level in challenging London schools. She has also practised as an Architect and has RIBA part II qualifications. Her calm, professional, versatile and flexible approach will assist in settling disputes by enabling the development of fresh approaches to suit the needs of all participants. 

Committed to the highest standards within the practice of mediation, she offers dispute resolution in most areas. Rosie is passionate about the mediation process. She firmly believes there is always a way to reach a resolution, and is prepared to challenge the participants’ line of thought in a calm, approachable, helpful and respectful manner. Available for work anywhere, based in Central London, Rosie meets and works with clients in London and the South East and also further afield.   

She welcomes clients across all sectors and is able to assist with all types of disputes, including, (but not exclusively):

Civil and Commercial
Education, including Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Clinical negligence
Intellectual property
Media / Entertainment
Contractual and Consumer
Boundary Disputes
Professional Negligence
Inheritance and Probate
Human Rights
Workplace and Employment



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