Robin Bramley is a Director of Consensus Mediation, highly sought-after for his range of dispute resolution skills, which include mediation and arbitration, as well as expert witness work. He is particularly skilled in resolving farming and property disputes, which often involve family or close inter-personal relationships.
Maggie Kennedy is a solicitor and founded Consensus Mediation in 1999. She is highly experienced in the resolution of commercial and private client disputes and has both broad and specialist experience enabling her to negotiate across a wide range of issues and specialisms. A perceptive mediator, bright, approachable, and commercially astute.
Iain Goldrein's extraordinarily wide professional experience affords him skills to mediate in a wide range of disputes including commercial, family, privacy and the media, insurance, genetics related issues, pharmaceutical product liability, employment, solicitor's and professional negligence, medical disputes including health trusts and clinical negligence, personal injury, human rights, administrative law matters and engineering issues.
Anthony Glaister is a seasoned mediator of over 20 years, with additional skills as an arbitrator and adjudicator. He mediates in the main in property, partnership and building disputes. His penchant for highly emotive disputes make him particularly suited to partnership and family ones, setting high store to developing good rapport with parties and their representatives.
David Hooper has over 30 years’ experience in business and property consultancy, during which he has helped clients to deal with most of the difficulties likely to be encountered in property, business and the farming sector. David now combines mediation with arbitration and expert witness work. He brings a clear, analytical approach to achieve focus and imaginative, lateral thought to help parties find new solutions.
Before reading for the Bar, she was for many years an airline pilot and instructor (CPL/ATPL)
Michele is familiar with a vast range of aviation issues such as flight safety, air accident investigation, engineering issues, airport operation, pilot operation and conduct, management issues, human resources and finance; and regulatory issues.
Chris Makin has been a chartered accountant since 1969, and was a partner or principal continuously from 1971 to 2003, from sole practitioner to head of litigation in a national firm. He now provides mediation and forensic accountancy services nationwide. The combination of his mediation and expert witness work convinces him that mediation is a far better way of resolving disputes than litigation.
Associate Director of Consensus Mediation, Jan Scrine is a well-qualified Human Resources professional, having held Board appointments in blue chip companies. She formally qualified as a mediator in 2003. Jan has skills in mentoring and coaching, with an empathic but practical approach. She has long experience of resolving ‘people’ matters, both contractual and behavioural, and is accustomed to dealing with conflicts and disputes between staff members and their colleagues, their managers or their employers.
Ian Williams is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor specialising in Project and Cost Management with more than 33 years experience in the construction industry.
Ian Williams is a native Welsh speaker and can readily mediate in either Welsh or English.