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This page tells you how to find a mediator in Portugal.

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How to find a mediator in Portugal

The Directorate-General for Justice Policy (DGPJ) does not provide information on how to find a mediator. Where public mediation services are required, the applicable national legislation requires a mediator to be selected automatically from the lists of mediators.

The DGPJ website provides information about mediation, arbitration proceedings, institutional arbitration and justices of the peace (julgados de paz).

Is access to the mediators database free of charge?

Yes, access to the database is free of charge.

Mediators database archives

The DGPJ website contains information dating back to October 2008.

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Directorate-General for Justice Policy

Last update: 15/11/2021

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