We provide all Australian accredited dispute resolvers with a free listing to help you promote your services to public bodies, corporations, lawyers, courts and members of the public seeking assistance to resolve their disputes. If you are an Nationally Accredited Mediator but your RMAB organisation has not publicly listed your details, we will.
As an accredited mediator, negotiator, arbitrator or expert, you can arrange your own listing here: Choose Your Listing
www.ADR.org.au is the place to find a qualified and accredited Alternative Dispute Resolution practitioner.
With over 1,400 professional resolvers listed with a range of dispute resolution skills, including Commercial Negotiators / Mediators / Arbitrators / Experts, we can help you find the right person. Just use the search functions on the right side of each page to locate the dispute resolver with the skills and experience you need.
Or you can go straight to a list of expert practitioners throughout Australia in each category, by selecting the PANELS menu.
A Nationally Accredited Mediator has attended a course of competence based training and met the threshold training, education and assessment requirements for accreditation. Find their listings here: Nationally Accredited Mediators
To become a Nationally Accredited Mediator you apply for accreditation through a Recognised Mediator Accrediting Body. An official Register of Nationally Accredited Mediators is maintained by the Mediator Standards Board.
Family Dispute Resolution Providers (FDRP) has been introduced by the Federal Government. These are skilled individuals with expertise in the resolution of family disputes, who have been accredited and registered by the Federal Attorney-Generals’ Department.
They are provided with a official Registration Number that is used when providing a notice to the Family Court. You can find a list of Family Dispute Resolution Providers that are in private practice here: FDRP.
Australian Dispute Resolvers
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