Dec. 19, 2017
Strathclyde Mediation Clinic secures £20,000 grant
The University of Strathclyde Mediation Clinic has secured a grant worth over £20,000 from SafeDeposits Scotland Trust. This major grant will fund a new Housing Mediation Project to those involved in the housing sector –landlords, tenants, letting agents, etc – resolve disputes peacefully.
Strathclyde Law School hosts the Mediation Clinic as part of its LLM/MSc in Mediation and Conflict Resolution. Professor Alastair Hudson, Head of the Law School, explains, “This major initiative will build on the Clinic's well-deserved reputation for making real change to the lives of the people of Glasgow. There are few issues more important than housing. This initiative will help people – tenants and landlords – to resolve their problems quickly, cheaply and fairly. It also illustrates the commitment of Strathclyde Law School to its place in the community.”
Professor Douglas Brodie, Dean of Strathclyde’s Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Science, adds, “The University rightly prides itself on being a place of useful learning and this project aligns very closely with that founding vision.”
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Content added on 19th December 2017.
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