Delcy Lagones de Anglim is one of Australia’s leading mediators.
She has 23 years experience in mediation at national and international levels. She is a lawyer and barrister, qualified in the Civil Law system.
Delcy started her legal career in 1988 representing indigenous communities in Peru. She offers a wealth of experience in international trade law, commercial, environment and family law, obtained during her work in South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. She has also completed post-graduate studies in arbitration, small business and development law in Europe.
Delcy is a Dispute Resolution consultant with the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman of the World Bank Group and worked with the UN in Cambodia from 1992 to 1993.
She is accredited with many organisations and is a certified mediator with the International Mediation Institute (IMI).
Delcy has lectured at universities in Australia and is a Judge at the annual ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition in Paris and the Vis-moot Mediation Competition in Hong Kong.
Delcy was instrumental in the development of conciliation legislation in Peru and mediation legislation in Vietnam.
Delcy is one of the few practitioners who works with a co-mediation model in which two mediators "model" cooperative behaviour while assisting the parties with their dispute.
Delcy has received numerous awards for excellence in Dispute Resolution.
She speaks Spanish, English, French, Italian and basic Khmer, Quechua and Portuguese.