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St. Louis City Civil Courts Building

Mediation Services

EHOC, the Washington University Civil Rights & Mediation Clinic, and U.S. Arbitration & Mediation have collaborated to provide free mediation services for eviction cases in the pro se eviction docket (where neither tenants nor landlords have attorneys) in St. Louis County Circuit Court since 2018 and in the St. Louis City Circuit Court since 2009 with volunteer lawyers and law students. 

Mediation in eviction cases is directly relevant to preventing evictions and reducing the burden on the courts of an expected sharp increase in eviction filings. With over a decade of experience, we know that 75% of mediated eviction cases settle, decreasing the overall number of eviction judgments by more than 40%. 

In St. Louis County, EHOC continues to collaborate with the Washington University Civil Rights & Mediation Clinic and U.S. Arbitration & Mediation. Mediation is available for cases on the pro se housing docket, Tuesday afternoons. 

In the City of St. Louis, mediations are now offered through the Conflict Resolution Center (https://www.stlresolutioncenter.org/). Learn more on their website or by calling (314) 255-7449. 

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