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Author of Book 1 – Theory. Mediation Quest: Making Sense of Loss. The Re-Constructionist model of Mediation: an example of Democracy in action in a Relational World. Book 2: Guidelines for Practitioners Mediation Quest: Making Sense of Loss. The Re-Constructionist model of Mediation. MediationQuest.com.au The author is a practising barrister working on various Government panels and an accredited mediator under the NMAS. She is currently the Co-President of the Australian Dis-pute Resolution Association (ADRA), Co-Founder of the Dispute Resolution and Psychology Interest group of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), a Guardian Ad Litem and presenter at various conferences on various topics in Dispute Resolution. She has been a trainer of mediators for several years and is currently the Co-ordinator of the Mongolian Family Law Project about which an address was delivered to the National Mediation Conference in Canberra on 16th April 2019. The full text of the article was later delivered in an address to the Learned Friends Conference in Seville, in July 2019.
Unilegal Consulting Pty. Ltd. (ACN: 059 697 675; ABN: 86 059 697 675).
Aim: to provides dispute resolution and consulting services in relational matters. Responsibilities include: assist managers to resolve local workplace grievances in a confidential, fair, objective and timely manner; assist executive leadership in the implementation of remedial action and decision making; negotiating and mediating financial matters including loans, leases and purchases; and all manner of Family Dispute Resolution as an accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP).
Demonstrated excellence in negotiation and advocacy skills; General Practice includes briefs in Industrial Law, Family Law, Equity, Local Court matters, personal injury, commercial law, criminal law but specialise in migration matters and immigration law (Migration Agent No: 000 1454.)
Skills include: demonstrated ability in Mediation and Dispute Resolution; vast experience in lecturing, training and assessment of mediators. General Practice includes a total of over 3000 hours of Mediation in the following areas:
Industrial relations, workplace grievance, building and construction, commercial and corporate, family dispute resolution (FDRP), family provision, de facto provisions, farm debt, migration law, and workers’ compensation law.
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