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    Looking for an ACCREDITED Dispute Resolution practitioner?

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    Hard to find someone who really STANDS OUT?

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    We have all dispute resolvers LISTED by their Associations.

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    So that you can select the RIGHT PERSON for your dispute.

Australia's largest list of Accredited Dispute Resolution practitioners

List yourself for free

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: Free listing

Find an ADR practitioner in Australia

www.ADR.org.au is the place to find a qualified and accredited Alternative Dispute Resolution practitioner.  Now with over 1,400 professional resolvers listed throughout Australia with a range of dispute resolution skills, including:

  • Commercial Negotiators and business Facilitators
  • Conciliators, Collaborative Professionals and Conflict Coaches
  • Mediators, Nationally Accredited Mediators, FDRP and Farm Debt mediators
  • Certified Arbitrators, Family Law Arbitrators and International Arbitrators
  • Expert determiners and Expert witnesses

Businesses, community organisations, government agencies and individuals, who are looking for professional assistance to help them resolve their disputes, can find the right person here.  You can make use of the various search functions on the right side of each page to locate the dispute resolver with the skills and experience you need.

Looking for a Nationally Accredited Mediator?

A Nationally Accredited Mediator is someone who has attended a  course of competence based training as prescribed by Mediator Accreditation Approval Standards, passed a written skills assessment of mediator competence and agreed to undertake ongoing training as a mediator to comply with the scheme Practice Standards.

You can find their listings here: Nationally Accredited Mediators

Looking for a Family Dispute Resolution Provider?

A system for the accreditation of Family Dispute Resolution Providers (FDRP) has been introduced by the Federal Government. Here is a listing of private FDRP.

These individuals who have been trained, and whose skills have been attested to, are entitled to be registered by the Federal Attorney-General as FDRP and provided with a Registration Number to be used when requested by a participant to give a notice to the Family Law Court.

Australian Dispute Resolvers

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