In January this year I wrote ‘Should Scotland have a Mediation Act? The Irish Experience.’ This was published in Scottish Legal News and in the online edition of the Law Society of Scotland Journal. In February I made my own submission to the Justice committee’s consideration of ADR with regard to mediation. In April I
I was delighted to take part in a CPD course provided by May Millward, project officer of Scottish Mediation (SM) which is the professional body for mediation in Scotland, on 11 September 2018, the aim of which was to disseminate information about, and knowledge of, the Third Sector Mediation Project (TSMP) provided to all third
Four Models of Mediation and their practical application in Commercial Mediation in Scotland I was delighted to be invited by David Armstrong Solicitor and Litigation Partner at Lindsays solicitors in Glasgow to provide a CPD presentation on commercial mediation in practice from their Glasgow office and video linked to their Dundee and Edinburgh offices simultaneously.
An open letter to Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland on aspects of conflict resolution, negotiation and mediation. By Paul Kirkwood, sometime litigation solicitor turned mediator. Dear Nicola, I had the good fortune to be present at the Scottish parliament on Saturday, 12 May 2018 when William Ury, international negotiator and mediator, and co-author of
Kearns Solicitors, based in Caerphilly, Wales have set up what is now a UK wide panel of mediators-Kearns Mediation. I am delighted to have been appointed to provide the Scottish representation on their panel, meaning that Kearns are now able to provide a pan-British Isles mediation service, covering all regions of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland