ADRIC is taking a different approach this year to provide the essential and leading-edge professional development the dispute resolution community has come to expect: Presenting the
ADRIC 2020 Clarity in Conflict Resolution Webinar Series
Participate in live sessions as they broadcast or purchase access to the recording later for on-demand viewing!
We are offering the specialized and focused content that develops your knowledge and skills, and as always, we will have CPD accreditation from law societies to support your continued learning objectives.
Registration is by session at a very economical rate: Members: $35; Non-members: $50; applicable taxes extra
This delivery method also provides an exceptional opportunity for our sponsors, on whom we rely for our conference funding, to participate in a unique way to reach a highly targeted audience for very reasonable rates. Learn more about sponsorship here.
We have 4 Streams of Content (click on each to learn more):
(includes Family & Community)
and a new stream:
William G. Horton, C.Arb, FCIArb., William G. Horton Corporation, Toronto
Bill Horton is an arbitrator and mediator of Canadian and international business disputes. His practice is based in Toronto. His arbitrations and mediations been conducted there and in numerous other Canadian and international venues.
ADR Processes Stream
Richard Moore, C.Med, C.Arb, MDR Associates, Ottawa
Richard is the founder of MDR Associates and its principle investigator, facilitator, and mediator. A graduate of Carleton University and Queen’s Law School, Richard has many years of experience working as a lawyer, mediator, facilitator, arbitrator, and investigator.
Viki Scott, RC (c); BSc; RRP; CHRM; MBA; ADR (c), Scott & Associates, Toronto
Viki currently manages a reputable Consulting Firm which provides solutions to Canadian based companies with a concentration in Labour Management Relations, Conflict Risk Management, Occupational Health and Safety, Workplace Investigations, advisory services. Her firm also provides lobbying and advocacy services to their not for profit and broader public service clients.
Wendy helps people have effective discussions whether they meet to share ideas, create plans, tackle issues, or resolve conflict. Wendy has worked extensively in labour relations, workplace, organizational development and strategic planning, with over 20 years of experience in both public and private sectors. Wendy is frequently invited to provide third party support to multi-stakeholder groups\committees to help them build effective working relationships, build consensus, and create plans to achieve shared goals. Wendy also enjoys teaching and coaching conflict resolution and communications skills.
Val Hunter, HR Partner, University of Alberta
Valerie is a Mediator that is an HR Partner with the University of Alberta. Her experience and education is in Human Resources Management, Duty to Accommodate, Disability Management, Conflict Resolution and Health and Safety.
Judy Shum, B.A., M.P.A., Executive Director – ADR Institute of Ontario, Toronto
Judy joined ADRIO as Executive Director in April 2019. Prior to ADRIO, Judy had held senior leadership positions in a variety of non-profit organizations, including United Way of Saskatoon and Area, Catholic Crosscultural Services, and Cecil Community Centre. Judy has extensive experience in working with volunteer boards, developing programs and engaging stakeholders.
Stéphane Huberdeau, Human Resources Consultant, Montreal