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Keep control of the process

You choose the mediator, the venue and the timing. You decide whether you want to settle or not, no one imposes a decision on you.

Get rid of conflicts without going to court

Mediation is informal, no one is on trial and everybody gets to say what they want to say.

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Save travel and overcome time differences by mediating from your own home or office. 

Reboot stalled negotiations

An expert mediator can identify the obstacles and help you clear them.

Mediation is quick, flexible and good value
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Stephen Walker Portrait

I am ranked in the top 40 mediators in Chambers and the Legal 500. I am dual accredited by the ADR Group in the UK and by INADR in the USA and registered with the Civil Mediation Council and the International Mediation Institute (IMI). I am a visiting lecturer on Mediation on the Masters degree in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution at King's College London. I have written 5 books on how to get the best out of mediation for Bloomsbury and Wildy.

  • “reliable no-nonsense mediator" 
  • "ideal for cases where clients just need a deal"
  • "good-humoured"
  • “comes up to speed quickly on matters of fact and law"

    Legal 500 - 2017


  • “creative and pragmatic style" 
  • "very patient and realistic in his assessment of what settlement might be achievable and tactful in guiding clients towards an achievable solution"

    Chambers UK - 2018
He has an easy dialogue with the parties and they quickly respect him and speak freely to him. He is a friendly and approachable and people are at ease reviewing their stance with him. This cooperative atmosphere enables the parties to become objective, helps them ditch the personal attacks and get onto pragmatic deal-making.

Senior Partner and Mediator -
Monday, March 26th, 2018

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