Trevor Bailey

Trevor is a trainer, attorney, facilitator, mediator, arbitrator, and CEDR (UK) accredited commercial mediator. Currently the chairperson of the National Consumer Tribunal and a board member of the Community Schemes Ombud Service. He is also a CCMA commissioner and conducts workplace disciplinary inquiries. 

Trevor's extensive legal experience includes appearances before parliamentary committees, legislative drafting, regulatory impact assessments, and providing legal advice for research teams. He has served as an acting judge in the Labour Court, chaired boards like the National Credit Regulator, and played key roles in various tribunals and councils. 

With a notable track record, Trevor has successfully facilitated employment negotiations for major entities and chaired boards in diverse sectors. He is an accredited trainer, providing expertise to entities like the National Consumer Tribunal and lecturing nationally on various legal subjects. Trevor has a Bachelor of Arts and Law degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. As a Fulbright scholar, Trevor obtained a Master of Laws degree (cum laude) from the University of Notre Dame in the USA. Trevor has completed the Programme in Legislative Drafting (with distinction) through the University of Pretoria. 

Trevor is available to train in English.