The Canadian Arbitration and Mediation Journal (ISSN 1192-537X) is one of two official publications of the ADR Institute of Canada Inc./ Institut d’Arbitrage et de Médiation du Canada Inc. It is published in electronic format (PDF) twice annually: Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter as a journal for persons in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Canada.
With a cross-Canada Editorial Board of some of the foremost mediators and arbitrators in Canada, the Canadian Arbitration and Mediation Journal provides insights and information on issues of central concern to ADR professionals from all provinces and internationally.
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Following are downloadable issues:
2017 Spring/Summer – Volume 26 No.1 (English Version)
2017 Printemps/Été – Volume 26 No. 1 (version française)
2016 Fall/Winter – Volume 25 No.2 (English Version)
2016 Automne/Hiver – Volume 25 No. 2 (version française)
2016 Spring/Summer – Volume 25 No.1 (English Version)
2016 Printemps/Été – Volume 25 No. 1 (version française)
2015 Fall/Winter – Volume 24 No.2 (English Version)
2015 Automne/Hiver – Volume 24 No. 2 (version française) JOURNAL_IAMC_2015_Vol24_No2
2015 Spring/Summer – Volume 24 No.1
2014 Fall/Winter – Volume 23, No. 2
2014 Spring/Summer – Volume 23 No.1
2013 Fall/Winter – Volume 22 No.2
2013 Spring/Summer – Volume 22 No.1
2012 Fall/Winter – Volume 21 No.2
2012 Spring/Summer – Volume 21 No.1
2011 Fall/Winter – Volume 20 No.2
2011 Spring – Volume 20 No.1
2010 Winter – Volume 19 No. 2
2010 Spring – Volume 19 No. 1
2009 Autumn – Volume 18, No. 2
2009 Spring – Volume 18, No. 1
2008 Summer – Volume 17, No. 1
2007 Autumn – Volume 16, No. 1
2006 Autumn – Volume 15, No. 1
2005 Summer – Volume 14, No. 1
2004 Winter – Volume 13, No. 2
2004 30th Anniversary Journal – Volume 13, No. 1
2003 Winter – Volume 12, No. 2
2003 Summer – Volume 12, No. 1
2002 Winter – Volume 11, No. 1
William G. Horton, C.Arb, FCIArb
| Melissa N. Burkett, B.A. Adv., LL.M.
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, Calgary. Melissa Burkett practices dispute resolution, primarily involving corporate and commercial matters in the energy industry. She has appeared before all levels of court in Alberta and Manitoba, the Federal Court of Appeal, the Federal Court, and various tribunals and arbitral panels. She previously interned in Paris in the International Arbitration department of a leading international law firm. Diplômée de la Faculté de droit de l’Université de Moncton, Melissa parle couramment le français.
| Mary Comeau, LL.B.
Norton Rose Fulbright, Calgary. Mary Comeau practises in the area of dispute resolution, focusing on corporate-commercial and securities law, oil and gas, and electricity. Ms. Comeau has appeared in all levels of courts in Alberta and before the Federal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada. She has also acted as counsel in numerous arbitrations and mediations locally and internationally and is currently an executive director of the ADR Institute of Canada, Inc.
| Stephen L. Drymer. Woods LLP, Montreal.
Stephen acts as counsel, and serves as arbitrator and mediator, in international commercial and investment treaty disputes, both in ad hoc proceedings and in cases conducted under the rules of most major arbitral institutions. He also advises and represents clients, both government and non-governmental, in matters of public international law and dispute resolution, including in disputes involving maritime delimitation and transboundary resource management. Stephen is as well very active in the resolution of sport-related disputes and has acted in numerous cases involving a wide range of issues and sports in Canada and internationally.
|Dr. Jennifer L. Schulz is a law professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba and a Fellow of the Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution at Osgoode Hall Law School. Dr. Schulz has been a visiting ADR scholar at the Faculties of Law at the Universities of Cambridge, London, and Toronto. She has taught at the Universities of Windsor and Toronto in the JD program, in Osgoode Hall’s LL.M. in ADR Program, and at the University of Manitoba. She was also the first Canadian invited Research Fellow at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. Dr. Schulz is the author of many refereed articles and chapters on mediation and dispute resolution topics, and she is a practicing mediator in Winnipeg and Toronto.|
|Janet McKay||Executive Director|
|Brenda Lesperance||Project Coordinator|