Recognised internationally for teaching and research excellence
Dr Timea Tallodi
Lecturer in Law
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I joined Salford Business School in July 2016. I am form an interdisciplinary background and completed my education internationally with the help of various fully-funded scholarships for prestigious university programmes, encompassing law, psychology and business. My specialism is alternative dispute resolution. I trained in mediation and coaching internationally (USA, UK, Ireland, Hungary) and mediated cases at Metropolitan Court Albuquerque, USA, and Family Child Youth Association, Budapest. I hold a PhD in Law and Psychology from the University of Hull (2015). My thesis explored participants’ experiences of interpersonal conflict, workplace mediation and its dynamics, and the impact of mediation on their relationship.
My development as a lecturer/teacher, researcher and practitioner has taken place in a range of legal jurisdictions, academic disciplines, and professional and social settings. I worked in legal practice, which involved dealing with legal consultancy and dispute resolution primarily in employment, corporate, commercial and civil law. I held teaching positions at University of Hull Faculty of Business, Law and Political Sciences and Peter Pazmany Catholic University Hungary. I conducted research in different positions, e.g. Research Fellow at Julius Rezler Foundation, University of Technology Department of Sociology and Communications, Budapest; Research Assistant at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. I published journal articles, book chapters and conference papers internationally, including in Conflict Resolution Quarterly, the leading international mediation journal.
- English Legal Process and Research Skills
- Employment Law
- Professional Development
- Mediation, alternative dispute resolution from the participants’ perspectives
- Conflict, conflict dynamics
- Disputing parties’ lived experience of conflict resolution methods
- Learning and change in mediation and dispute resolution in general
Qualifications and Memberships
J.D -LLB, LLM eq (Eotvos Lorand University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Budapest, 2000)
MSc in Social Psychology (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2007)
Certificate in ADR (Anderson School of Management, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA, 2010)
PhD in Law and Psychology (University of Hull, 2015)
Mediation Training Certificate (Lege Artis Education Centre, Budapest, 2007)
Mediation Training Certificate (Anderson School of Management, UNM, Albuquerque, USA, 2010)
Mediator registered by the Hungarian Ministry of Justice
Peer reviewed journal articles
Tallodi, T. (accepted). Building Bridges through Learning as Mediation Parties’ Lived Experiences: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Mediation: Theory and Practice.
Tallodi, T. (2015).Mediation's Potential to Reduce Occupational Stress: A New Perspective. Conflict Resolution Quarterly. 32 (4), pp. 361–388.
Tallodi, T. (2012). From where we depart and to where we get: Looking at the heart of workplace conflict and the effect of mediation. Ahonnan indulunk és ahová megérkezünk: Folyamatok a munkahelyi mediáció hatásainak hátterében] Study prepared for the Julius Rezler Foundation. http://www.rezler-foundation.hu/index.html (English version available on request)
Chapters in edited collections Tallodi, T. (2011).
Mediáció Testközelbol: A folyamat és az alkalmazott eszközök a gyakorlatban. Esettanulmány.[Up-close Glimpses of Mediation: The Process and the Applied Techniques. A Case Study.] In J. Béla (szerk.), Szervezet, konfliktus, mediáció: Tanulmányok a száz éve született Rézler Gyula emlékére [Organisation, Conflict, Mediation: Studies to the Memory of Julius Rezler born 100 years ago], pp.232-246, Budapest: Gondolat.
Tallodi, T. (2014). Where Next? Creative Insights into Mediation Exploring Parties’ Lived Experiences. International Mediation and Restorative Practices Conference, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, 4-6 September 2014.
Tallodi, T. (2014).The Redistribution of Economic and Social Power via Reconsidering Organisational Procedures: Workplace Mediation in a New Light-A Way to Keep Occupational Stress at Bay? AIRAANZ (Association of Industrial Relations Academics in Australia and New Zealand) Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 5-7 February 2014.