Victoria Legal Aid

Mark Hebblewhite

Mark Hebblewhite is a Victoria Legal Aid Family Dispute Resolution Service chairperson.

Mark Hebblewhite

Mark Hebblewhite, Victoria Legal Aid Family Dispute Resolution Service Chairperson



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Mark has been a chairperson at Victoria Legal Aid since the service first began in 2003.

He is a barrister who combines legal practice with extensive mediation work in family law and other jurisdictions, including pursuant to the Franchise Code, the Oil Industry Code and the Office of the Small Business Commissioner (Vic) in its Farm Debt, Retail Tenancy and Real Property jurisdiction.

He has been a panel mediator at Relationships Australia since the late 1980s and has been contracted as a mediator (deputy registrar) with the Family Court of Australia.

Mark is an elected director of the Mediator Standards Board and is an accredited course presenter, trainer, coach and assessor, having presented for various bodies including the Leo Cussen Institute, Relationships Australia and the Law Institute of Victoria.

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Reviewed 29 March 2022

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