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ADR Institute of Canada Correspondence Course and Handbooks

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Correspondence Course in Arbitration 

The ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC) offers a correspondence course in arbitration at an economical rate for individuals who prefer self-learning or are unable to attend local courses. It may be started and completed according to each student’s own schedule.

The 27 lessons that comprise this two-part correspondence program are designed for those with post-secondary education.  The course covers concepts and procedures of contract and tort law, arbitration acts and procedures, evidence and court control of arbitration.

After completing each lesson, students must complete and submit an assignment (in Word format). The assignments require full answers and opinions. Depending on the question, a brief summary of the facts, the issues, the decision and the “why” of the decision are required for a full answer. The ability to ignore unimportant information is vital. These assignments are given to test the student in his/her understanding of basic law principles and ability to analyze cases and situations. In analysis and award questions both the understanding of law and the students’ ability to evaluate all aspects of the situation and to explain them in writing are required. Some such questions may have no “correct” answers.

 

PART ONE:  Based on the latest edition of “The Law and Business Administration in Canada” (Smyth Soberman Easson), complimented by supplements, web pages etc., Part One is intended to provide non-lawyers with an understanding of the law of contracts and torts, and an introduction to commercial arbitration statutes. Lawyers admitted to the bar in Canada and licensed paralegals do NOT have to complete Part One. After all assignments have been completed, an exam must be written.

PART TWO provides members of the legal profession and graduates of Part One with detailed information on the appointment, authority and role of the arbitrator; steps involved in the arbitration process; rules of evidence; and arbitration awards. As in Part One of the correspondence program, each lesson is followed by an assignment. After all assignments have been completed an exam must be written.

All assignments are marked by experienced and practiced Chartered Arbitrators who will insert marks and comments for immediate feedback.

Fees:

PART ONE:
Members: $894.00*
Non-Members: $1,024.00*
(plus applicable taxes) 
Includes
“The Law and Business Administration in Canada” (Latest edition) Smyth Soberman Easson and shipping from our office to a Canadian address via ExpressPost.

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PART TWO for graduates of PART ONE
Members: $745.00*
Non-Members: $875.00*
(plus applicable taxes) 

PART TWO  for those who have not taken PART ONE  (Those who are not members of the legal profession must complete the first part of the correspondence program successfully before enrolling in Part Two.)
Members: $894.00*
Non-Members: $1,024.00*
(plus applicable taxes) 
Includes “The Law and Business Administration in Canada” (Latest edition) Smyth Soberman Easson) and The Arbitration Handbook and shipping from our office to a Canadian address via ExpressPost.

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*Exam fees extra: $100 plus applicable taxes for each Part One and Part Two. Includes invigilator cost, marking cost and, if successful, certificate.

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The ADRIC Commercial Mediation Practice Handbook

The Mediation Handbook is designed to function as a guide for professionals working in the field of commercial mediation. It is a:

  • superb primer in commercial mediation;
  • primary resource for those wanting to familiarize themselves with the mediation process;
  • valuable source of information for understanding mediation within a commercial or business context; and
  • handy reference for legal practitioners in the field.

Price:

Members: $110.00
Non-Members: $130.00
per copy (plus applicable taxes). 
Price includes shipping from our office to a Canadian address via ExpressPost.

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The ADRIC Arbitration Handbook

The Arbitration Handbook is designed to function as a guide for professionals working in the field of commercial arbitration. It is a:

  • a superb primer in commercial arbitration;
  • primary resource for those wanting to familiarize themselves with the arbitration process;
  • valuable source of information for understanding arbitration within a commercial or business context; and
  • handy reference for legal practitioners in the field.

Price:

Members: $110.00
Non-Members: $130.00
per copy (plus applicable taxes). Price includes shipping from our office to a Canadian address via ExpressPost.

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