Senior Fellow, Monash University
Naomi Burstyner is legally qualified and nationally accredited as a mediator and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner. She lectures in mediation in the Monash Law postgraduate program and has significant lecturing experience in the fields of negotiation and dispute resolution advocacy. She coaches students in NMAS mediation courses and has coached students participating in the ICC Mediation Competition in Paris for the past six years, where these teams have come second (2014), won 'best mediation plan' (2015), and come third (2016). Naomi has published various articles about mediation, negotiation, dispute resolution and aspects of health regulation.
Naomi has researched in the area of access to justice and alternative dispute resolution at the Australian Centre for Justice Innovation and in health law at the Centre for Health Law and Society at La Trobe University.
Naomi holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws from Monash University, a Masters of Laws from Melbourne University and a Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution. Naomi is currently undertaking her PhD in law at Monash University, exploring the use of problem solving and dispute resolution mechanisms in the context of coronial investigations.