Brin Hamilton is a mediator (Q.Med), arbitrator (Q.Arb), facilitator, investigator, a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR), and the owner of Vancouver and Whistler-based Malu Conflict Consulting. She is an executive member of the Board of Directors for the ADR Institute of British Columbia (ADRBC), as well as an Associate Faculty with the School of Humanitarian Studies, Conflict Analysis and Management program at Royal Roads University. She is passionate about helping others navigate conflict in organizational, personal, and community contexts, through effective communication and alternative dispute resolution. Brin holds a B Comm degree from the University of Saskatchewan and an MA in Conflict Analysis and Management from RRU.
The Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of British Columbia’s (ADRBC) Interactive online Arbitrator Training Course provides both lawyers and non-lawyers with the basic skills necessary to become an effective Arbitrator. The course provides an introduction to the basic principles of law governing contract law, an intensive review of the conduct of arbitration proceedings, the BC Arbitration Act, and the commonly used rules of procedure. Additionally, students will learn how to conduct a hearing and how to write a reasoned award.