Miglė Žukauskaitė-Tatorė

Mediator & Researcher


Miglė is a lawyer and an active state-certified mediator. She is also a scientific expert on mediation, having concentrated on comparative aspects of laws on mediation in many European jurisdictions during her PhD research and her work with the CEPEJ Working Group on Mediation.
  • A certified mediator and mediation trainer, actively mediating family disputes in a virtual and in-person environment
  • A member of 2020 Class of Weinstein JAMS International Fellows, consisting of 12 dispute resolution professionals selected annually from around the globe to come to the US and study ADR practices and processes
  • A PhD candidate and a lecturer at the Faculty of Law in Vilnius University, Lithuania, focusing on mandatory mediation and its relationship with the right to judicial protection
  • Served as a scientific expert to the working group on mediation at the Council of Europe, European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ), leading the drafting of the European Handbook for Mediation Law-making adopted by CEPEJ
  • Vice-President of Education, International with INADR, organizing international mediation and negotiation competitions for students all over the world along with other educational events promoting peace-making globally.

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