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Putting families first through mediation and arbitration – Bruce Thiele

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Putting families first through mediation and arbitration – Bruce Thiele

 

Bruce Thiele, barrister of ADR Chambers (link) is working to provide more options for separating families to resolve disputes. Instead of working as a barrister in Court based disputes, Bruce is now working primarily as a mediator and arbitrator.

Bruce explains the difference between mediation and arbitration, and how an arbitration could provide families with a decision much faster, and for a lot less cost, than a Court application.

In addition to a thriving and well respected career as a solicitor and then barrister, Bruce has been a lifelong triathlete, focusing on Ironman Triathlons.

Bruce has completed 20 of these events, which involve a 3.86km swim, followed by a 180km bike ride, and finished off with a 42 kilometre run. Bruce has also qualified as a coach, and has helped plenty of other people to complete their training goals.

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