William is a roster panellist for the Ontario College of
Teachers’ Investigation Committee.
He was a member of council for the Ontario College of Pharmacists
and was a member on its Discipline, Registration, Patient Relations,
and Inquiries, Complaints and Reports committees. He was also the
chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Group.
William is a chartered mediator and lecturer in the theory and
practice of dispute resolution especially, mediation, conciliation,
negotiations, and meeting facilitation (“ADR”). He has
an extensive background in investigation, ADR training and delivers
conflict management system design. he provides ADR advisory services
and workshops in three languages (English, French, Italian).
William has conducted thousands of mediations, facilitations and
other ADR events for governments, the private sector, NGOs, and
individuals. His expertise includes family mediation, workplace
conflict, personal injury, human rights, and community relations. He
holds several academic degrees including a Master of Arts
(Intercultural Mediation) from Sherbrooke University (Québec)
and a Master of Laws (Alternative Dispute Resolution) from Osgoode
Hall Law School, York University (Toronto) in addition to several
ADR certificates. He is a lecturer, teaching alternative dispute
resolution courses at St. Paul University, School of Conflict
Studies in Ottawa, Canada where he has lectured for several years.
He is a member of Family Mediation Canada (FMC), the Alternative
Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario (ADRIO) as well as the
Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada (ADRIC). He is an
accredited family mediator and is on the mediator roster for the
Canadian Human Rights Commission.