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Pro-bono Mediation Service

Our Pro-bono mediation service, designed to provide accessible and high-quality mediation assistance quickly to organisations and people who are serving our community.

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Three60 Consult has a team of highly experienced and capable mediators. We offer private mediation services for employment matters including for employment relationship problems, personal grievances, interpretation disputes and collective bargaining impasses. As part of our commitment to serving our community, we provide these mediation services for free to eligible parties.

How will this Service Work:

The pro bono mediation service is offered to people or organisations within our community who do public good and who may not otherwise have the ability to access or engage with our private mediation services to resolve their conflict. If your case qualifies, we will match you with one of our experienced mediators, who will guide you through the mediation process.

Contact Us

Whilst we are located in Auckland, our clients are based throughout Australia, Auckland, Christchurch and everywhere in between. If you’re outside of Auckland and need employment relations advice, advocacy or assistance, we travel or work remotely. Give us a call, send an email to the office, or email a member of our team (from Our People page) and we will promptly answer your query.

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