Liz Law
Mediation

27 Reid Terrace
Edinburgh EH3 5JH

Tel: 0131 332 0008
Mob: 07901 851537

Qualifications

Mediation Supervision Training (September 2014) John Gray

The Facilitative Manager (October 2012) Kinharvie Institute

Scottish Vocational Qualification – Mediation Level IV
(September 2005)

BA (Hons) in Peace Studies 2:1, University of Bradford, Specialisation: Conflict Resolution. Dissertation ‘Conflict Mapping and the Ethics of Intervention: A critical Study of the Application of Conflict Resolution Theory to the Manningham Riots in Bradford in 1995’ (July 1999)

Community Mediation Skills, Open College Network (formerly Central Access Network), Levels 1-3 (May/June 1997)

PG Diploma in Counselling, Moray House Institute of Education, Edinburgh (September 1995)

PG Certificate in Counselling, Moray House Institute of Education, Edinburgh (September 1993)

IPM, Certificate in Personnel Practice, Napier College, Edinburgh (July 1992)

Professional Bodies

Scottish Mediation Network

Experience

My own experience of being supervised.

Throughout my career I have experienced a variety of types of supervision. Line management from light touch to micro management; supervision used to bully and to abrogate responsibility, regarded as an additional task. So I know the value of good supervision.

I have experienced skilled supervisors who engage, enhance and exchange knowledge, wisdom and experience. This has been in the form of one to one, group and peer supervision environments; through professional bodies, my workplace as well as when I have self-funded.

An able supervisor can make the difference between a healthy working environment and burnout. I aim to be that type of supervisor.

Freelance Consultant in Mediation – particularly Workplace Mediation, Conflict Resolution and Nonviolence. Trading under the name of Liz Law Mediation (present occupation)

Landlord/Tenant/Agent Mediator with Cyrenians in Edinburgh (June 2009 and ongoing p/t)

Assessor for Investing in Volunteers with Volunteer Development Scotland (2006-2011)

Research with Alison P Brown for Scottish Government  "The Scottish Executive and Alternative Dispute Resolution" (February 2007). 

Member of Scottish Mediation Network Board (2005-2007)

Scottish Centre for Non Violence – Co-ordinator, Peace & Justice Mediation and Faith Group Mediation in addition to other duties for SCNV (October 2002 to November 2005)

Disability Concilliation Service – Freelance Mediator

Edinburgh Community Mediation Service – Mediation Worker (August 1999 to October 2002)

Mediation and Reparation Service – Sessional Worker (2000)

Edinburgh Council for Single Homeless, Relief Worker
(October 1999-2000)

Bradford Community Mediation, West Yorkshire – Community Mediator for Bradford Metropolitan Council, working on neighbour disputes and with workplace mediations. Additionally involved in training new mediators and supervision
(November 1996-July 1999)

During the 80s and 90s Liz enjoyed a rich working experience in private industry, the public and independant sector, including the Ministry of Defence, major PLCs and voluntary organisations.  Her cross sectoral experience gives her a valuable insight into the diverse pressures facing organisations and staff and a special awareness of the effect of unaddressed conflict at all levels of the workplace.

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