Oregon Mediation Association
  



PO Box 40041
Portland, OR 97240
Phone: 503-872-9775

Guidelines for Mediators

Here you will find some of the rules and regulations related to the practice of Oregon mediators. The mediation venue most often defines which documents apply to a particular mediator.
 
All OMA members who are practitioners agree to abide by the OMA Core Standards of Mediation Practice. Mediators may be subject to other regulations, depending on their affiliation.
 

OMA Model Guidelines for Private Practice Mediator Education, Training and Experience

 

How are OMA’s Core Standards serving Oregon’s mediation community? The OMA Standards and Practices Committee is currently reviewing the Core Standards to determine if adjustments are needed at this time. Tell us your thoughts by taking this survey http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NCM7H88

 

OMA standards and guidelines are generally researched and developed by the Standards and Practices Committee prior to submission to the OMA board for approval. For more information about the OMA Standards & Practices Committee, click here. 

 

 OMA Complaint Process
OMA Voluntary Mediation Process for Resolving Disputes with OMA Mediators 

 
OMA Educational Tools
 
 
How to Become a Mediator

Other Relevant
Qualifications and Guidelines

Qualifications and training requirements for court connected mediators
 
ORS Chapter 36
Oregon statutes related to mediation
Oregon State Bar Rules of Professional Conduct 
For Lawyers as
Mediators. See Rule 2.4
 
Oregon Office of Community Dispute Resolution Rules 
Qualifications and training information for Community Dispute Resolution Centers
Consumer’s Guide to Mediation 
Selecting a mediator

 

Mediator Competency
History of Mediation in Oregon: Certification, Licensure and Enhancing Mediator Competency





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