Pamela Lyall – Facilitator and Mediator, 8.30 – 10.00 am 1 November 2017, Brodies LLP, Aberdeen (Bacon rolls provided)
Pamela Lyall, a well-known face around the mediation scene, was one of the early promoters and practitioners of mediation and is teaming up with the Northern Chapter of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (who aim to promote all sorts of dispute resolution) to try and demystify the process and show how it works.
This will be done through a role play exercise (roles played by others) where Pamela will identify good and bad practice. That will help attendees to:
(i) See the skills used in resolving disagreements and disputes;
(ii) Understand how mediation works; and
(iii) Learn how mediation can help to solve a range of problems.
Pamela is Scotland’s leading female commercial mediator having been accredited as a mediator by CEDR in 2000. She has mediated in over 200 disputes concerned with commercial contracts. Pamela’s style is proactive, realistic and pragmatic as well as positive. Her perseverance in keeping the parties working towards a mutually acceptable outcome has been highlighted.
Time: Registration 8.00 am. Workshop: 8.30 am to 10.30 am followed by Q&A with Pamela Lyall and networking
Please book your place by contacting the Honorary Secretary, Leigh Herd by email to CIARBS@shepwedd.com