Mediation – The Brave New World

  • When: 30/06/2022 13:00 - 14:00
  • Where: Online
  • Summary: A free to members webinar
  • Details:

    Please note this event will now take place on 30 June 2022

    An essential webinar for anyone who is involved in taking cases to mediation. Our speakers Mark Mattison and Jeff Lewis will discuss:

    • remote mediation or in-person mediation – which is better?
    • lessons from using zoom or teams for mediations
    • is making mediation compulsory going to make a difference?

    Cost to attend:
    MLS Members: free of charge
    Non-members: £10.00 + VAT (£12.00)

    Please book your place using the form below, alternatively you can email

    By booking a place at this event you are agreeing to our terms and conditions details of which can be found here.



    About our speakers:

    Mark Mattison

    A civil and commercial mediator with over 20 years’ experience. Mark was a dispute resolution partner with Eversheds and its predecessor firm in Manchester for 27 years before taking early retirement. He is a past president of Manchester Law Society and past chairman of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators North West Branch





    Jeff Lewis

    Jeff has been a civil and commercial mediator for over 20 years. He is a founder member of North-West Mediation Solutions and a member of various mediation panels. He is Head of Litigation at Brabners and also sits as a Deputy District Judge. He is a Past President of Manchester Law Society and represents Manchester solicitors on the Council of the national Law Society.



    Mediation – The Brave New World webinar booking form
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