BarADR accredited mediators
Our BarADR approved mediators are highly trained and nationally accredited in mediation—a non-litigious means of resolving a dispute.
What is mediation?
Mediators seek to resolve disputes outside the courtroom through amicable, constructive, alternative negotiations. The mediator facilitates negotiation between both parties, helping each consider and devise ways to reach a mutually agreeable solution. The mediator affords all parties an opportunity to put forward their point of view and voice issues concerning them. The mediation takes place in private, and the session is always confidential.
Need a BarADR approved mediator?
If you need assistance through mediation, the Bar Association recommends using a barrister ADR practitioner, who is accredited by BarADR to act as a mediator under the National Mediator Accreditation Scheme (NMAS).
Find a Barrister ADR Practitioner now through the following lists
- General Accredited Mediators List
- General Approved Arbitrators List
- Family Law Arbitrators (excerpt from r 67B List)
- Family Law Mediators and FDRPs List
For more information, contact us at BarADR@nswbar.asn.au.