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Competence of a Mediator

When selecting a mediator to resolve a dispute one should determine the experience and knowledge of the mediator in disputes of the same nature.

It is useful to determine the ability of the mediator to remain neutral during the mediation process.  He/she should be able to move the parties through the process to a resolution or agreement in an efficient manner.  Information that may help finding a competent mediator may be obtained from professional mediation associations such as the Association of Conflict Resolution.

 

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