Volunteer Mediator

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Oklahoma State University - Oklahoma City

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Become a volunteer mediator after completion of training and certification through the Supreme Court of Oklahoma. Mediating offers volunteers the opportunity to be a neutral third-party for those in dispute with the goal of resolving conflict outside of formal court proceedings. This service is free to the public and allows for parties to save time and costs related to litigation while promoting healthy communication and leveraging self-empowerment to resolve issues.

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900 N. Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73107, US

Mission Statement

Oklahoma County Early Settlement Mediation commits to providing exceptional service to the citizens, courts, and legal representatives of the county in resolving disputes. We commit to the provision of free, professional and compassionate mediation to those in need while maintaining collaborative and nurturing relationships with our volunteer mediators. We will strive to consistently surpass expectations and assist the courts in promoting efficiency while minimizing time and money spent in legal processes.


Early Settlement Mediation is a non-profit program funded by the Supreme Court of Oklahoma and sponsored by OSU-OKC. Volunteer mediators with the program serve as neutral third-parties to community members in dispute with the goal of settling issues outside of formal court proceedings. This process allows for those in conflict to be empowered to resolve their own problems while saving time and money associated with litigation.


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900 N. Portland AvenueOklahoma City, OK 73107



  • Critical Thinking
  • Multi-Tasking
  • People Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Relationship Building
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • After training and certification, 10 hours per year are required to maintain active certification
  • Completion of training and certification process

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