Arc Mediation News


Employee disputes, marriage break-down, farm family disputes and contract disputes all continue to happen throughout these difficult times caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Effective early dispute resolution is key to addressing these conflicts and the ARC Mediation team has responded to the needs of clients and those who find themselves […]

Online Mediation, a real alternative for dispute resolution during COVID-19 ...


Mediation using Video Conferencing with Dr Teresa Graham of ARC Mediation
Given the nature of the mediation process, the recent COVID-19 outbreak poses particular challenges to delivering our service. We’re taking the following steps to mitigate any chance our team has of contracting or spreading the virus. Client meetings will be by prior appointment only. Enquiries about mediation services should be […]

Response to Coronavirus COVID-19


Dr Roisin O’Shea, Partner Arc Mediation and Dr Sinead Conneely, Law Lecturer at Waterford Institute of Technology have released findings from their research in the District Court, published in the current issue of the Irish Journal of Family law. Citation: ‘Domestic Violence in the District Court’, Irish Journal of Family […]

Domestic Violence in the District Court – Empirical Study by ...



Arc Mediation was invited as one of 12 organisations to make submissions as stakeholders to the Joint Committee on Justice and Equality in relation to reform of the family law system, and in particular looking at the benefits of using mediation to resolve disputes. The committee report was launched today […]

Joint Committee on Justice and Equality recommends mediation for families ...


ARC Mediation will be involved in the Waterford Chamber of Commerce’ Regional Leaders Programme again for the 2019/20 enrolment. The programme features group and individual mentors who provide assistance, guidance and support to other Chamber members. As the Waterford Chamber CEO, Gerard Hurley, explained “The programme is designed to develop […]

Regional Leaders Programme 2019/20


Dr Roisin O’Shea and colleague Dr Sinead Conneely co-authored a piece on the findings from their research project,  ‘Innovative Family Mediation Research Initiative Embedded in the Community’, which has now been published in the U.S. published and Internationally-read Family Court Review, Vol 57 No. 3, Wiley Publishing. For more information […]

Dr Roisin O’Shea published in US Journal