Corporate members are an important part of ADRIC’s membership. In fact, ADRIC was formed from a merger of the Canadian Foundation for Dispute Resolution (CFDR) and the Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of Canada (AMIC) in August 2000 – where CFDR was an organization with corporate alternative dispute resolution (ADR) end-user members and AMIC was an organization of ADR practitioners.
The long-term commitment to Gold Standard ADR of our supporters contributes to the importance of ADR in our legal system, the dispute-resolution alternatives that lawyers present to clients and the manner in which business operate and resolve disputes. Our corporate members provide us with important perspectives on the needs of individuals and organizations which may be met from a better understanding of the benefits of ADR.
Corporate membership is available to organizations which do not primarily provide ADR services to the public – and include business corporations, law firms, governments, educational institutions, industry associations, non-profit and other organizations.
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Register your organization – to become an ADRIC Associate Corporate Member or Sustaining Corporate Member by completing the application form below.
Once you register, ADRIC will send you an email which you can forward to others in your organization who you believe may have an interest in registering as an ADRIC ADR Stakeholder – which will provide them with access to ADRIC’s ADR Perspectives e-publication and opportunities to take advantage of national and regional information and programs with an ADR focus.