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a person who studies and settles conflicts and disputes

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In early 2012, the inaugural class of consular adjudicators received assignments to Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai, as well as posts in Brazil, namely, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.
Once you have completed the official complaints process, you can send your case for appeal by the Office of Independent Adjudicator.
FIDIC (The International Federation of Consulting Engineers) has a three-member Dispute Adjudication Board, compared with a single adjudicator used by NEC.
The Waterhouse Consulting Group, based in Birmingham, was brought in by the SRA to help it advertise for new adjudicators in June.
All the girls have been selected by adjudicators for the International Dance Teachers' Association (IDTA) theatre dance scholarship at Manchester in February.
10) Joanna Desira states that "the school adjudicator has decided three schools in Greater Eston.
And the adjudicators do not know to whom they are speaking.
There are three adjudicators dealing with approximately 19,000 applications.
This report finds adjudicators consistently identify domestic violence as a form of gendered persecution that can form a nexus to a convention ground.
He said the most likely explanation is that the adjudicator was on the telephone when Mr.
Regulation 13(1) provides that an adjudicator must consider and must be guided by previous decisions of other adjudicators (national decisions) and decisions by foreign dispute resolution providers (foreign decisions).
SIR - During the past week I have been following the Urdd Eisteddfod on TV and for the whole time I have been dismayed that the adjudicators of singing events, especially the choral events, have shown that they are entrenched in the past.
All consular adjudicators go through the same 31-day ConGen course as do other consular-commissioned officers.
After an initial appeal to Gwynedd Council, the case went to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal, an independent tribunal whose adjudicators consider appeals by motorists in England and Wales who have been issued with fines.
The festival has been noted as a friendly event with encouraging adjudicators.