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343 Preston Street
Ottawa, ON K1S 1N4
Fax: (613) 249-7473
Recognized to Ontario Chapter for:
Civil/Commercial Mediation & Arbitration
Other ADR Services: ADR Systems Design, ADR Training Services, Facilitation, Fact Finding, Med-Arb, Mini-Trial, Neutral Evaluation
- Practice Commenced: 1996
- Total Mediations (as of May 2022): 6000
- Total Arbitrations (as of May 2022): 100
Roger Beaudry has mediated everything from simple one issue two party disputes to complex multi-party, multi-issue, multi-cultural disputes. His mediation practice focuses primarily on employment, labour, insurance, estate, corporate, commercial and professional malpractice disputes. Roger has been designated a Chartered Mediator (C.Med.) by the ADR Institute of Canada and is a member of the Regional Accreditation Committee for that designation. In addition to his private sector mediation practice, Roger has been on the mediation rosters of a number of organisations including the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the Canadian Human Rights Commission, the Ontario College of Teachers, the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario and the Ontario Mandatory Mediation Program.
Roger practices as an arbitrator in construction, commercial and labour matters. He has taught commercial arbitration and he currently teaches labour arbitration at the Faculty of Law of the University of Ottawa. He has been on the arbitration rosters of a number of organisations including the Canada Revenue Agency Roster of Independent Third Party Neutrals and the Tarion Warranty Corporation’s Builder Arbitration Forum. Roger has been designated a Chartered Arbitrator (C.Arb.) by the ADR Institute of Canada.
Roger has extensive experience providing various kinds of dispute prevention and resolution training, including Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). He lectures regularly on negotiation, mediation and arbitration and has been involved in designing numerous ADR training courses and in training mediators and providing negotiation training through various universities and organisations in various countries. In Canada he has done this mainly in association with the University of Windsor and the University of Ottawa law schools. In the United States and in Europe he taught in association with the University of Notre Dame Law School. In Australia he has worked with the La Trobe University Law School and the Graduate School of Management of the University of New South Wales. He has delivered and published numerous papers on ADR and is on the Editorial Board of the CCH ADR Forum.
As a lawyer Roger had a diversified civil litigation and labour law practice. He joined the Ottawa law firm of Nelligan O’Brien Payne in 1986. In 1997 Roger left the practice of law to work as a mediator, arbitrator and ADR consultant and trainer with the Stitt Feld Handy Group and ADR Chambers. He and Joy Noonan struck out on their own and founded APTUS Conflict Solutions Inc. in 2008.
- Disability Claims
- Estates & Trusts
- Family Businesses
- Health Care
- Human Rights Act
- Legal Malpractice
- Libel & Slander
- Medical Malpractice
- Product Liability
- Professional Liability
- Professional Malpractice
- Professional Negligence
- Sexual Harassment
- Workplace Rights
- Wrongful Death
- Wrongful Dismissal
A 1982 University of Ottawa law school gold medallist, Roger Beaudry went on to obtain a Master of Laws from the University of Toronto. The first two years of his career were as a law professor in the Faculty of Law of the University of Ottawa, teaching various subjects including Commercial Law, Evidence and Wills.
Memberships & Affiliations
As a member of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice Ottawa ADR Local Advisory Committee, Roger was actively involved in structuring and implementing court-connected mediation in the Ottawa Region. He is a member of the Ottawa Estate Mediation Committee, which is charged with overseeing court-connected mediation in estate matters. He is the Chair of the Local Mediation Committee appointed by the Attorney General of Ontario for the Ottawa under Rule 24.1 of the Rules of Civil Procedure. Roger is a past member of the Board of Directors of the ADR Institute of Ontario.