Meet the people of ADR Education

Brin Hamilton, Associate

Brin Hamilton is a conflict consultant, mediator, arbitrator, facilitator, and human resources professional. She is an ardent educator and teaches people of all ages and backgrounds in a variety of organizational and community settings in order to build their capacity to develop lasting and meaningful relationships. She is passionate about helping others navigate conflict through effective communication and alternate dispute resolution.

Brin has been an Associate Faculty member at Royal Roads University since 2016 in the School of Humanitarian Studies. She currently serves as President on the ADR Institute of British Columbia (ADRBC) Board of Directors, and as a member of the ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC) Board of Directors.

Brin holds a Masters of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Management from Royal Roads University and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Saskatchewan. She is a Qualified Mediator (Q. Med.), Qualified Arbitrator (Q. Arb.), and a Certified Professional in Human Resources (CPHR).

Brin lives in Vancouver with her husband, their four young children and dog, and her jungle of houseplants. She enjoys spending her free time outside with her family.

The presenter showed skill in weaving between theory and practice... from theoretical examples to sensitive hot topics.

ADR's approach is exceptional. They are able to take a complex subject and distill it into digestible components

Teaching methods are fantastic!

The team was effective. Our case was set for a two week trial but was mediated in one day!

I've seen a lot of manuals for this kind of thing in my time, and this one is by far the best.

Very accomplished presenters excited about what they are teaching...easy to be with and very approachable.

Excellent facilitating. Keeping on track, taking control at the appropriate times.

For our staff to see how the skills can be used specifically in their work makes them take notice.

Your ability to customize the course so it was directly relevant to the work we do made it all the more useful.