Workplace and Family Mediation Services


Neil Roberts is a Nationally Accredited Mediator under the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS) and a registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP) with the Attorney General's Department.  He is a former Cabinet Minister in the Queensland Government, holding the challenging portfolios of Police, Corrective Services and Emergency Services.

Neil has extensive government, community engagement, industrial relations and crisis management experience which he brings to the table during his mediation sessions.  He holds a Master of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Business (Industrial Relations Major) and a Graduate Certificate in Dispute Resolution.

Neil undertook his mediation training and accreditation with the Dispute Resolution Branch (Department of Justice and Attorney General). He completed his family dispute resolution practitioner training with Bond University. Neil’s industrial relations experience extended over a period of ten years where he actively engaged in negotiation, conciliation & arbitration processes, advocacy and training. He has a strong commitment to collaboration and co-operative problem-solving.

Neil believes that parties in dispute are best able to resolve their differences if they better understand each other’s interests and needs.

As a senior Cabinet Minister, Neil played a significant role in the Queensland Government leadership team during some of Queensland’s worst natural disasters. His level head, often in times of crisis, earned him the respect of those who have worked with him.

Neil is a Practitioner Member of the Resolution Institute (formerly LEADR Association of Dispute Resolvers).


CONTACT DETAILS: Phone: 07 3040 9995 or Email:

Terms and Conditions: Payment for services is on date of delivery, unless otherwise arranged.

Refunds Policy: A refund of any payment made in advance by the client may be made where a service or appointment is cancelled by either the client or the mediator. If a service or appointment is cancelled by the mediator, a  refund will be made to the client for any services not provided, less any costs reasonably incurred by the mediator in good faith (eg venue fees, travel costs).  If a service or appointment is cancelled by the client, then a refund will be made to the client less any unrefundable costs incurred by the Mediatior in connection with the service or appointment (eg. venue fees, travel costs).


Neil Roberts - Mediator - Workplace & Family