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About Unilegal Consulting

About Unilegal Consulting

Unilegal Consulting Pty. Ltd., was established in 1999 by its sole director, Katherine Johnson, PhD.
It was established to accommodate the many dispute resolution services provided by Katherine over the years as:
  • workplace grievance disputes  Mediator,
  • an Employment Assistance Program (EAP) counselling psychologist
  • a critical incident debrief psychologist (Police and Fire incidents)
  • a practising barrister in Family, Industrial, Defamation and Commercial Law
  • a tutor/ lecturer in Dispute Resolution courses and Law courses for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students  at UTS, Macquarie, UWS,
  • an accredited  Mediator on various Government and non-Government Panels
  • a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP)
  • a Migration Agent until 2018
  • a Grade 3  Arbitrator until 2015
  • an accredited National Trainer /Educator Coach/ assessor of Mediators in Australia.
  • an accredited international Educator/ trainer of Mediators in PNG and in Mongolia

Unilegal Consulting Pty. Ltd. has sponsored many events over the years where Katherine has been a guest speaker at various National Conferences for Law and Mediation.

It continues to streamline its Dispute Resolution Services in Psychology, Education and Law as it looks for an interdisciplinary approach with which to handle disputes as agents for social change.

Katherine is a Founding Member of the Council for Alternate Dispute Resolvers (CADR), a Fellow of ADRA and a Fellow of Resolution Institute (RI).

Katherine has also been appointed as a Fellow of the World Mediation Organisation.

Invitation to Judge SULS Clayton Utz Senior Negotiations_JohnsonK

PAVE Peace

Unilegal has hosted many events for Pave Peace – an interest group of professionals meeting monthly in NSW Parliament House for the last 26 years to share their passionate interests thereby creating peace instead of just discussing issues around peace.

Katherine has been the founder and Co-ordinator of Pave Peace which has been awarded a Peace Pole that has been gifted to NSW Parliament House to enhance the reconciliation movement for our First Nations communities.