Clare Byrt

NMAS Mediator

Clare is now working independently as a mediator. She has a very strong background in working as a mediator and concilliator with tribunals.

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Clare Byrt is an accredited NMAS Mediator.  Although now retired from full time work, Clare continues to practice as a Mediator as a member of the Pro-Bono Panel at the Adelaide Magistrates Court. 

During her 40 Year+ career, Clare was a lawyer in private practice (no longer practicing) and worked in a range of roles in the public sector including as a tribunal member, administrator and conciliator/mediator at various tribunals for over 20 years.

In her last full time role before retirement, she was the inaugural Principal Registrar at the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT) until 2019.

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Clare Byrt

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Kingswood, South Australia



  • NMAS Mediator Accreditation. RMAB Mediation Institute
  • Masters Degree in Administrative Law and Policy
  • Bachelors degree in Law

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