Tabitha Nice

Tabitha Nice


Tabitha qualified as a solicitor in 2005, after completing a BA in Politics and Sociology and an MA in International Peace and Security.  She worked as a litigator for a boutique London litigation firm representing claimants in insurance cases in the High Court, and in criminal injuries claims.  She then moved into the London insurance market working as a claims manager and then chief adjuster in aviation and then political risk claims for a Lloyd’s of London syndicate.  She managed claims, pre-litigation and litigated claims. She has therefore worked “for” and “against” the insurance market and knows first hand through years of experience that constructive, direct but confidential dialogue is the most effective form of dispute resolution.  She qualified as a mediator in 2012, and used those skills throughout all claims management discussions in addition to instigating mediations where she was a participant. She no longer practices law. 


  • CMC


Politics and Sociology, University of East Anglia, BA 2:1, International Peace and Security, King’s Collage London MA, Distinction;
CPE University of Westminster, Merit; LPC College of Law, Pass.



Tabitha Nice

Call Tabitha Nice

0207 5830444


What does a mediation session cost?

The fee is usually split equally between the parties, unless they agree otherwise. We have a fee for 2, 4, 6 or 8 hours that includes administration, preparation, travel and the mediation. The parties usually provide the venue.

Areas of mediation

We can offer mediators in the following areas, although the list is not prescriptive:

  • Civil litigation
  • Personal injury and clininical negligence
  • Legal disputes 
  • Property disputes 
  • Inheritance disputes 
  • Commercial litigation disputes 
  • Business disputes including family business 
  • Construction disputes 
  • Land disputes
  • S106 planning
  • Professional negligence
  • Occupational stress
  • Landlord and tenant
  • Neighbour disputes 
  • Insurance claims
  • Workplace disputes
  • Employment disputes
  • Contract disputes 
  • Consumer disputes 
  • Partnership disagreements
  • Boardroom disuputes 
  • Shareholder disagreements