Australian Dispute Resolution Association
ADRA brings together dispute resolution practitioners and those with an interest in dispute resolution. Members of ADRA enjoy the benefits of membership and the opportunity to network with each other to share experiences and knowledge.
The Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators (AIFLAM) promotes the attractions of mediation and arbitration as a means of dispute resolution amongst both practitioners and the wider community.
Family Law Network Australia (FLNA) was established as a free information resource and referral service for those in need of assistance with family law issues such as separation and divorce. Family Law Network Australia provides information of a general nature only and does not constitute legal advice or replace the services of a family law lawyer.
The Law Society of South Australia provides professional services, resources, support and benefits to its members and the legal profession in general. It undertakes community education concerning the law and the legal profession and engages in activities designed to improve access to justice.
Resolution Institute is a vibrant community of mediators, arbitrators, adjudicators, restorative justice practitioners and other DR professionals. Created as a result of the integration of LEADR with IAMA in 2014, we are a not-for-profit organisation with more than 4,000 members in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region.
The Self Insurers of South Australia (SISA) is an incorporated association that represents most of South Australia’s largest private and public sector employers that are self-insured under the South Australian Return to Work Act 2014. Our membership represents about 38% of the State’s employment by remuneration.
Alison Shaw of SHAW Mediation successfully mediated a contract and building works dispute for one of our clients. I found the mediation to be useful in requiring the disputing parties to be in one place at one time, allowing each side to express their position (and even vent their frustrations) whilst being kept in line by an experienced mediator. It was by no means certain to me beforehand that the matter would resolve at the mediation, but Alison’s guidance and systematic approach facilitated a commercial settlement. I am confident the parties would not have reached a better outcome if they had gone to court. I rate highly the mediation process used by Alison Shaw in this matter, and would recommend her to other clients considering mediation in the future.Matthew Hawke