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Type of Organization
Law Firm Government, non-profit organization or charities Corporations or other organizations (without ADR practitioners)
Fees $1,000 $500


Business Development Opportunities Opportunities to foster new business development at ADRIC conferences with corporate counsel attendees
Advertising and Recognition ADRIC will feature your organization’s logo on its website under the heading “ADRIC Corporate Members” -demonstrates your firm’s commitment to alternative dispute resolution as an alternative to litigation
Complimentary one-quarter page advertisement in each issue; 25% discount on larger advertisements
Opportunity to provide or participate in at least one webinar each year which ADRIC will organize, promote, and facilitate and to invite clients
Demonstrate leadership and understanding of ADR benefits to clients
Conference Presence

(may be used by self, colleagues or clients);
ADRIC member rates for other colleagues from the member’s organization or its clients

Two complimentary ADRIC Conference registrations One complimentary ADRIC Conference registration
Special sponsorship opportunities for the ADRIC Conference and/or Special Benefits (table/display, etc), Speaking opportunities
Invitation to networking reception at the ADRIC Conference
Community Opportunity to participate in Corporate Advisory Board
Opportunity to seek election to the ADRIC board of directors
Networking opportunities and/or other activities with business and corporate counsel
Serve on ADRIC national committees.
Products and Services 10% discount on ADRIC arbitration administration services, including for the firm’s clients
Subscription to ADR Perspectives Newsletter and opportunities to contribute
Free copy of Commercial Mediation Handbook and Arbitration Handbook publication upon request; special pricing on additional copies
Complimentary access to webinars and recordings
Recognition program for businesses that develop or embrace outstanding ADR practices


Corporate primary representative has the responsibility to distribute ADRIC information to others in his/her organization and/or encourage colleagues to become “Stakeholders”  with participating ADRIC Regional Affiliates where the individual has an office location. This entitles the individual to notices of events with a focus on ADR users/customers. Some affiliates may offer further benefits.

In 2000, The Canadian Foundation for Dispute Resolution (CFDR), comprised largely of corporate users and practitioners, merged with the Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of Canada (AMIC) to become the ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC).

Over twelve years later, Corporate Members continue to be an essential component of ADRIC’s membership. The long term commitment to Gold Standard ADR™ of our supporters has contributed to the importance of ADR in the legal system, the options advisors present to clients, the services firms provide, the way business is conducted and the way businesses are run. Our Corporate Members also keep ADRIC in tune and up-to date with the needs of law firms, government departments, municipalities, crown corporations and private companies who use ADR services.

Corporate membership is open to business corporations and law firms; professional, industry, and employee groups; municipal bodies and government authorities; and non-profit and other community groups. Corporate members have a commitment to demonstrating leadership in the field of ADR and in using ADR as a business tool to prevent and deal with problems, resolve disputes creatively and cost-effectively, and build solid working relationships with business partners and employees.

We invite you to take advantage of our Corporate Membership Benefit Package.