Dr Nicky McWilliam
Dr Nicky McWilliam is a mediator with Sydney Mediation Partnership, a mediation and dispute resolution practice in Sydney which she co-founded with her colleague Danielle Jaku-Greenfield. Nicky holds a Masters of Law in dispute resolution and PhD (majoring in mediation and dispute resolution) from UTS and also has undergraduate law and arts degrees from the University of Sydney. She has practised as a commercial lawyer in Sydney (with Allens) and in London working in the commercial and finance areas. Dr McWilliam is accredited with the National Accreditation Mediation System (NMAS) and is registered with the Commonwealth Attorney Generals Department as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP). She has experience in community, commercial, workplace, construction, family and general mediation and is currently involved with government, commercial and community organizations in relation to implementing community mediation programs in workplace, commercial and corrections communities. Nicky has been a part-time academic in the Faculty of Law at UTS and is currently working with the UTS Brennan Program volunteers on a peer mediation pilot program in the correctional community.
Dr Dan Fleming
Dr Dan Fleming is Group Manager – Ethics and Formation for St Vincent’s Health Australia, a role which sees him leading ethics education, advice and strategy as well as supporting formation across the St Vincent’s Health Australia network. Dan is an Associate Member of the Law | Health | Justice Research Centre, and a Visiting Fellow in the Faculty of Law. Dan holds a PhD in moral philosophy and theology, and is the author of over 30 publications in the areas of moral philosophy, theological ethics, moral education, religious education and theology. His forthcoming book Attentiveness to Vulnerability is due to be released in 2018.
Dr Elizabeth Tobin-Tyler
Elizabeth Tobin-Tyler, JD, MA, is an Associate Member of the UTS Law | Health | Justice Research Centre and an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Alpert Medical School and of Health Services, Policy and Practice at the Brown University School of Public Health. She is Co-Director of the Health Systems Science curriculum at the Alpert Medical School. She teaches in the areas of health policy, health equity and public health law and ethics. Her research focuses on the role of law and policy in the social determinants of health, community-based and health system interventions that address health disparities, and interprofessional medical-legal education. To read more about Dr Tobin-Tyler’s research see her profile.