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New ODR-QAP approved: ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC) 19th July 2022 / News / By Liliana Amione / 3 minutes of reading IMI is delighted to announce that ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC)/ Institut d’arbitrage et de médiation du Canada (IAMC) has had its Online Dispute Resolution Qualifying Assessment Program (ODR – QAP) recognized as meeting IMI’s competency criteria required to provide the […]
NCTDR Fellow David Bilinsky critiques the BC CRT.
This marketing webinar series will consist of 5 webinars tailored to new and existing ADR practitioners. It furthers ADRIC’s goal of reducing barriers to entry for new practitioners, and increasing growth opportunities for current mediators, arbitrators and mediation-arbitrators. It is open to anyone who would like to join. 5 Webinars Beginning May 27, 2022 You […]
The National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution has issued a paper, Framing the Parameters for Online Dispute Resolution introducing a framework for use in considering what constitutes ODR. With the recent burst in use of videoconferencing in dispute resolution during the global pandemic, growing interest in the application of artificial intelligence, and the development […]
I am delighted to announce the appointment of ADRIC’s new Executive Director, Gary Lacasse. Gary joins our organization bringing his leadership and business development experience to help us better structure our organization. Through his communication and team-building skills, ADRIC will move into a new dynamic chapter where membership will be at the forefront of our […]
The CEPEJ, via its working group on cyberjustice and AI (CEPEJ-GT-CYBERJUST), decided in 2020 to create a European Cyberjustice Network. On 16 November 2021, the CEPEJ officially launched the European Cyberjustice Network (ECN), in virtual presence of more than 100 experts appointed by their Governments, European or global professional associations, research and academic institutions. The network will […]
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Cowan has seen firsthand how contentious small claims cases can get. Self-represented litigants unfamiliar with court procedures often become frustrated with the way hearings are conducted, he says, and take it out on their opposition by engaging in irrelevant personal attacks… read more at online-dispute-resolution-promises-to-increase-access-to-justice-but-challenges-remain
Regional Lionel J. McGowan Award: The ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC) announces that two outstanding individuals have been chosen to receive this year’s Regional Lionel J. McGowan Award. This award is given annually to an individual who has contributed significantly to the promotion and development of ADR within a region or made an outstanding contribution […]
The Ethics of Online Mediation May 12, 2022 2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT / 12:00 PM MT / 11:00 AM PT Register here This program considers how mediator ethics applies when we mediate online. The online forum brings unique considerations to ethical basics – including competency and confidentiality. The program will also present […]
Dear ADRIC Clients, Committees, Partners and Service Providers, It is with a mix of sadness and gratitude that the Board of Directors announces Janet McKay`s departure as Executive Director of The ADR Institute of Canada, effective November 1st, 2021. Janet has played a critical role in the development and success of the organization, and while […]