Strathclyde's Mediation Services
The Mediation Clinic provides a free mediation service in which experienced practitioners work alongside trainee mediators to help people resolve disputes without going to court or tribunal.
Strathclyde is known as the ‘place of useful learning’ and is proud to serve the wider community. The Mediation Clinic aims to have a positive impact on society by helping to embed a mediatory approach within the Scottish justice system.
The Mediation Clinic is part of the Law School at Strathclyde in the city centre of Glasgow. It is Directed and Supervised by Charlie Irvine, Course Leader of the LLM/MSc in Mediation and Conflict Resolution.
Mediation and Covid-19
We are able to conduct mediation via telephone, Skype and Zoom. This form of mediation provides a fast, convenient and safe way to resolve disputes and can bring much-needed closure during the crisis. Face to face mediation may be able to be accommodated on request.Our intake process remains the same by telephone and Zoom. Our staff and volunteers are working hybrid so please contact email@example.com with telephone contact details and we will aim to call you back as soon as we can. More information on Mediation using Technology.
Equality and Diversity
University of Strathclyde is committed to achieving equality of opportunity throughout its activities. The Mediation Clinic seeks to promote equality and diversity among its mediators and those who use its services.
What our clients think
I found the whole process to be friendly and extremely helpful.
The mediators were extremely helpful and supportive. I am very thankful I chose mediation.
Great service - very satisfied.