Mediation firm with Cork and Dublin offices expands

27 January 2016
By Tom Collins

RoundTable Mediation, one of Ireland’s leading dispute resolution, investigation and mediation providers, has announced the appointment of Alan Watson of Mediator at their Dublin office.

A graduate of the NUI Edward M. Kennedy Institute for Conflict Intervention (Maynooth), Alan is certified by the Mediator’s Institute of Ireland (MII) and holds postgraduate qualifications in Mediation & Conflict Intervention as well as training with European Security & Defense College on Mediation and Dialogue skills for CSDP Crisis Management Activities.

Alan brings a wealth of experience to his role at RoundTable Mediation, with over 35 years experience in senior management and financial advisory roles, within the Banking and Insurance Industry. Alan is highly qualified and experienced in Commercial, workplace and family mediation, as well as mediation in international sports. A seasoned negotiator, Alan is dedicated to providing solutions through Alternative Dispute Resolution.

DC 05/11/2015  Alan Watson, Mediator at RoundTable Mediation (Dublin).  Pic: Diane Cusack
Alan Watson, Mediator at RoundTable Mediation
Pic: Diane Cusack

“In the last year, RoundTable has experienced significant growth in our services at both Dublin and Cork offices. We expect this growth to continue in 2016, and with key hires of mediation consultants that have significant experience in business and in relationship mediation, we are becoming the “go-to” company for those facing conflicts in workplace or family situations. We are delighted that Alan has joined the RoundTable team and welcome his professionalism at our Dublin office,” said Ber Barry-Murray, Managing Director, RoundTable Mediation.

“I am delighted to join the team at RoundTable Mediation and welcome the opportunity to bring resolution to dispute in the workplace and in relationships. I am excited at the prospect of joining a company with such a great reputation nationally and internationally in the all aspects of mediation, workplace investigations and training.”

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