Student Mediation Service and Peer Mediation
The Mediation Clinic offers a Peer Mediation Service, which is FREE to all CCCU students to help resolve problems.
Issues that mediation can assist with include:
problems with neighbours
problems with other students
issues students might have with their employers off campus
An integral part of the Law and Criminal Justice Department's misson is to train students in alternative dispute resolution methods and provide them with opportunities to gain practical experience of the process. Any LLB student studying for a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD) must take the compulsory module "Theory of Dispute Resolution" in year 2 of their studies and one of the optional practical ADR modules in year 3. They can then provide peer mediation under the supervision of an accredited and experienced mediator.
Please contact:email@example.com or on 01227-863026
This initiative is strongly supported by the Christ Church Student Union. For futher information contact Ellie Martin at: firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01227-782272
The Mediation Clinic website was designed and edited by Filipe De Sousa, who graduated from CCCU in 2011 with first class honours in Computing Studies.