Eileen Carroll

Eileen Carroll
Eileen Carroll is a mediator and deputy chief executive at CEDR. She is recognised as one of the pioneers of mediation techniques in the U.K and with over 20 years’ experience as a practising mediator, she is one of the most senior and highly regarded mediators in the country. Eileen’s mediation practice has a very broad commercial perspective, working with clients on claims relating to dozens of different sectors and activities. She has mediated disputes involving banks, insurance companies, media, multinationals, sovereign states and private individuals in the UK and internationally.

Leading in a Crisis

 In The Financial Times recently I was interested to read the former prime ministerial communications chief, Alistair Campbell, write in a relatively non-partisan style about leadership and tone in the adversity of the UK’s recent flooding,  “As the crisis...

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A CEDR Celebration: Eileen Carroll QC (Hon)

On Tuesday 30th April, Dr Karl Mackie CBE and CEDR Chambers hosted 200 guests to celebrate the award of Queens’ Counsel Honoris Causa to Deputy Chief Executive and mediator Eileen Carroll.QC (Hon) is the highest distinction awarded to those who have made a major...

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Time to back-pedal our ideas on apologies?

Was it just me or did apologies seem to be dominating the headlines last week?  Firstly it was the full page newspaper apology from Tesco in response to the horsemeat burger scandal closely followed by Lance Armstrong’s public apology on the Oprah Winfrey show...

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Climbing the Wall of Resolution

These past few days have been very exciting for me. I have been able to observer three of CEDR’s top mediators, Eileen Carroll, Stephen Bate and Nicholas Gould, in action. Observing a mediation is like being part of a reality TV show without ever having to be on...

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One – Love: Coaching at Wimbledon

Watching Andy Murray and Roger Federer in the Men’s finals at Wimbledon and the closing ceremony I was amazed.  The playing awe inspiring and although I was supporting Murray, Federer (holding the men’s record of 17 Grand Slam titles) was in a class of his...

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