Find a mediator - Czech Republic
This section of the portal helps you to find a mediator in the Czech Republic.
How to find a mediator in the Czech Republic ?
Contacts for mediators working in the Czech Republic may be found on various websites by entering the search term 'mediation'. A list of mediators in the Czech Mediators Association may be found on that organisation's website. A list of mediators and advocates is published on the Czech Bar Association website, and contacts may also be found on the website of the Union for Arbitration and Mediation Procedures of the Czech Republic. Contacts for the Probation and Mediation Service of the Czech Republic, acting within the remit of the relevant district courts, may be found on the Service's website. A list of mediators registered in accordance with Act No 202/2012 on mediation, held by the Ministry of Justice, is to be published shortly.
Is access to the Czech Republic mediators' register free of charge?
Yes, the mediators' register is free of charge.
How to find a mediator in the Czech Republic
Contacts for mediators working in the Czech Republic may be found on various websites by entering the search term 'mediation'.
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Last update: 02/07/2019