Peacemakers offers the services of internationally accredited mediators with extensive experience in resolving local and international conflicts. We specialize in conflicts in the following domains: construction, business, employment, private and higher education, banking and finance, and medical negligence.

As mediators and mediation advocates, our settlement rate to date is close to 90%. For our clients, this has translated to significant legal cost savings, protection of confidentiality, and comprehensive justice.



Aloysius Goh is the Founder and Managing Director of Peacemakers and is based in Singapore. He is a Principal Mediator and Senior Fellow with the Singapore Mediation Centre and also serves with the Singapore State Courts Centre for Dispute Resolution. He received the Outstanding Service Award from the Singapore Mediation Centre in 2013 and 2014, and also the Outstanding Volunteer Mediator Award from the State Courts in 2014.

Aloysius has served on the International Mediation Institute (IMI)’s Taskforce for Mediation Advocacy and is a reviewer for IMI’s Qualifying Assessment Program for mediation service providers.

Recipient of the NUS Research Scholarship, which he used to complete his Masters of Law, Aloysius formerly worked as General Counsel and Company Secretary to a state university and several public healthcare institutes. He also holds a Masters of Education in Education Leadership from Boston College.

In 2010, Aloysius launched the annual Peacemakers Conference organized for youth between 13 to 17 years to empower them to use non-violent approaches to resolve conflicts. The Conference has reached out to more than 500 Singaporean and Indonesian students and received the endorsement of the Asian Mediation Association (AMA) and the Young Mediators’ Initiative under the IMI. In 2013, Aloysius was tasked to set up and chair the AMA Young Peacemakers Network to promote the use of mediation amongst youth in the region.


Assoc Professor Joel Lee is the Training and Development Advisor at Peacemakers. Joel is the Vice-Dean of Student Affairs at the Faculty of Law, the National University of Singapore and runs the faculty’s Negotiation and Mediation Workshops. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Joel is a consultant with CMPartners (USA) and a principal mediator with and a trainer of the Singapore Mediation Centre.

Joel has extensive experience as a consultant and trainer for corporate clients such as Standard Chartered Bank, Freshfields, the Singapore Institute of Management, Service Quality Centre, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, the Government Insurance Corporation of Singapore, SingTel, IE Singapore and EDB.

Joel is an adjudicator with the Financial Industry Disputes Resolution Centre and a member of the ADR Advisory Council of the Subordinate Courts of Singapore. He is also a member of the International Mediation Institute’s Independent Standards Commission and Intercultural Taskforce.

Joel has taught overseas at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), University of Law, Economics and Science of Aix-Marseille (Aix-en-Provence France) and Anglia Law School (UK) and is the co-editor and co-author of the book “An Asian Perspective on Mediation” and the General Editor for the Asian Journal on Mediation. Joel was recently awarded the Outstanding Educator Award which is the National University of Singapore’s highest teaching award.