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The ADR Section Council is dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of alternatives to traditional court litigation in the resolution of disputes. The range of alternatives available is as broad as the innovation and creativity the parties may choose to explore. By opting out of traditional court litigation, parties retain control and ownership of the resolution mechanism. The ADR Section strives to aid practitioners and the public on the dynamics of alternative methods of dispute resolution, the risks, the benefits and the opportunities arising from their use.
- Parenting Coordination: A Form of ADR for High-Conflict Situations and Families
- Teamwork Essential to the Practice of Collaborative Process
- Obtaining Third-Party Discovery in Arbitration Is Not Guaranteed
- Supreme Court Denies Certiorari in Case Exempting Amazon Delivery Drivers from Federal Arbitration Act
- Setting the Level Family Table
- Case Briefs
Tools and Resources
- The Alternative Dispute Resolution discussion group is available to section members via the Agricultural Law community in ISBA Central.
- The Alternative Dispute Resolution Section directory is available to all ISBA members
- Useful links