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The Civil and Commercial Mediation Accreditation Scheme covers mediations arising from all types of civil and commercial disputes. While scheme members may have expertise in certain kinds of civil and commercial disputes, it is expected that they are able to demonstrate awareness and knowledge of general dispute resolution and mediation skills and issues.
The aim of the scheme is to provide quality service in the delivery of civil and commercial mediation for the benefit of the public and the profession, ensuring that the public and the profession are easily able to identify solicitors and Fellows of the Institute of Executives (FILEX) who are accredited by the Law Society.
Further details can be found in our Civil and Commercial Mediation Accreditation Scheme Guidance (PDF 151kb).
All members also agree to follow the Law Society Code of Practice for Civil and Commercial Mediation (PDF 120kb).
To view all current members of our Civil and Commercial Mediation Accreditation Scheme download a list of members (PDF 76kb), this list is updated each month. Members of the public can also search accredited members in their area by postcode through our accreditation site search.
The general scheme application criteria and guidance (PDF 125kb) is applicable to all Law Society accreditation schemes and should be read before starting the application process.
In order to complete the application process for the Civil and Commercial Mediation Accreditation Scheme, please follow the steps below:
We have also provided a list of our approved training course providers (PDF 50kb) for your information.
Completed forms should be sent to:
Law Society Operations AdminThe Law Society113 Chancery laneLondonWC2A 1PL
DX 56 London Chancery Lane
If you need any further guidance or support, please contact the Accreditation Unit on:
Telephone: 0207 320 5797 (lines are open 09:00 - 17:00 Monday to Friday) Email: email@example.com