ADR & Mediation

Overview

Old Square Chambers offer a full range of mediation services, with CEDR and ADR Chambers accredited mediators at all levels of experience.

The Old Square Chambers mediation group is headed by Professor Roy Lewis, who has been a member of the Acas panel of mediators for some 25 years and is a leading mediation and arbitration practitioner in both collective and individual disputes.Using Old Square mediators provides clients with access to some of the leading names in the fields of employment and discrimination law, and personal injury and clinical negligence litigation.

All of our mediators have extensive experience of both trial litigation and mediation and many are also able to draw on judicial experience as fee-paid Employment Judges or Recorders.

Most of those named below sit in part-time judicial capacities:
  • Jane McNeill QC is a recorder;
  • Jane McNeill QC, Oliver Segal QC, Louise Chudleigh, Simon Cheetham and Rebecca Tuck are employment tribunal judges;
  • Professor Roy Lewis is deputy chair of the Central Arbitration Committee.


As well as providing a team of people to conduct mediations and other forms of ADR, members of Chambers have extensive and successful experience of representing parties as advocates in mediations and related activities.

Old Square Chambers operates from London and Bristol and has the capacity to conduct mediations in a suite of rooms at its own premises in London

For further details, including details of charging rates, please contact the clerksJames Wilkinson, Team Leader, 0207 269 0357 or Jenny O'Grady on 0207 269 0304.
 

Old Square Chambers offer a full range of mediation services, with CEDR and ADR Chambers accredited mediators at all levels of experience.

The Old Square Chambers mediation group is headed by Professor Roy Lewis, who has been a member of the Acas panel of mediators for some 25 years and is a leading mediation and arbitration practitioner in both collective and individual disputes.Using Old Square mediators provides clients with access to some of the leading names in the fields of employment and discrimination law, and personal injury and clinical negligence litigation.

All of our mediators have extensive experience of both trial litigation and mediation and many are also able to draw on judicial experience as fee-paid Employment Judges or Recorders.

Most of those named below sit in part-time judicial capacities:
  • Jane McNeill QC is a recorder;
  • Jane McNeill QC, Oliver Segal QC, Louise Chudleigh, Simon Cheetham and Rebecca Tuck are employment tribunal judges;
  • Professor Roy Lewis is deputy chair of the Central Arbitration Committee.


As well as providing a team of people to conduct mediations and other forms of ADR, members of Chambers have extensive and successful experience of representing parties as advocates in mediations and related activities.

Old Square Chambers operates from London and Bristol and has the capacity to conduct mediations in a suite of rooms at its own premises in London

For further details, including details of charging rates, please contact the clerksJames Wilkinson, Team Leader, 0207 269 0357 or Jenny O'Grady on 0207 269 0304.
 

  • A v. B Ltd [2013]: acted as mediator in case involving unfair dismissal, disability discrimination and whistle-blowing.
  • Mr and Mrs C v. D Constabulary [2013]: mediator in discrimination case.
  • E v. F police force [2013]: mediator in discrimination case.

The " good solid stable of barristers" at Old Square Chambers have been praised for "outstanding attention to detail and legal knowledge" in addition to "impressive advocacy skills and tactical awareness"

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