Bookings can only be made through email or telephone correspondence with Mr Fraser QC or his personal assistant. Please do not attempt to book a mediation through the ‘Calendar’ link as this will be unsuccessful.
Please follow the steps below:
- Review the ‘Calendar’ link to determine Mr Fraser QC’s availability.
- Ensure the other parties to the mediation are available on the nominated date.
- Contact Mr Fraser QC’s assistant on 3236 3127 or by email at email@example.com to book a mediation.
- Include in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org the title of the matter, the names of the parties, and legal representatives, and details of other persons who will be attending the mediation, any request as to venue, and any requirements for the tax invoice.
- A confirmation email containing Mr Fraser QC’s Cost Disclosure Letter (view here) and Mediation Agreement (view here) will be sent once the mediation is successfully booked.
- If the parties consider a preliminary meeting is desirable then that should be raised so arrangements can be made.
- If a mediation date cannot be confirmed, due to the nature of the matter or the number of parties involved, a Provisional mediation date more than 21 days in advance may be booked.
- This Provisional date will secure the mediation date for 7 days. At the end of this time contact will be made with the parties to ascertain whether the Provisional date is still suitable. A Provisional date can be confirmed at any point by the parties through email or telephone contact prior to the end of the 7 day period. If the parties cannot be reached or the date is unable to be confirmed for any reason the Provisional booking will be removed.
- Only one Provisional date per mediation can be obtained at one time.
- Parties are asked to give as much notice as possible of their intention to cancel a mediation.
- If sufficient notice is given (14 days) an alternative date for the mediation can be booked without incurring additional fees.
- Cancellation or adjournment of the mediation within fourteen (14) days of the date appointed for the mediation is not sufficient notice and a fee will be payable in accordance with the terms of the Cost Disclosure Letter.