Bill has a mediated full-time for the last 25 years. His practice is both UK and international. He mediates across the whole range of commercial and civil disputes, ranging up to multi-billion pound in value, and including almost every sector of business and law.
Parties include national governments, public companies, public bodies/authorities, private companies and firms, pressure groups and individuals.
Bill's international mediation practice has covered disputes/parties from UK, Ireland, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Malta, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Greece, Romania, Estonia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, Poland, Belarus, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Israel, Morocco, Egypt, Lebanon, Tunisia, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Japan, China, Taiwan, USA, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Cayman Islands and elsewhere.
Bill also has significant experience as a mediator in religious and political conflicts.
University of Durham, Honours degree in Law (1984) The College of Law, Solicitors Professional Exams (1985) Mediation Training 1993 and subsequent
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Bill has acted as mediation/conflict resolution adviser to the Governments of Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria and Slovakia, and also to the World Bank and the European Commission. Bill has represented the UK at UN negotiations. Bill is special adviser on conflict and reconciliation to the Archbishop of Canterbury. Bill is a member of numerous international mediation panels (eg Singapore International Mediation Centre). Bill is on the Advisory Boards of: - the All Party Parliamentary Group on Conflict Issues in the British Parliament; - the Ukrainian Mediation Centre. Bill is a mediation expert with the United Nations and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Bill trains and mentors mediators widely.