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The ADRIC national conference and pre-conference held in Gatineau this October, was a great success – Thank you to our presenters, sponsors, organizers and attendees! Save the date for ADRIC 2023 scheduled for November 2-3, 2023 in Halifax! Stay tuned… VIDEO: Welcome and Opening Remarks presented by the Honorable David Lametti, Minister of Justice and […]
We are pleased to announce that we will be assessing the new Arbitrators for the Canadian Transportation Agency. The Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA), in collaboration with the ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC), is looking for additional arbitrators for inclusion on the CTA’s List of Persons who Agree to Act as Arbitrators. As required by subsections […]
ADR is being recognized – Honorable David Lametti, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
ADR is being recognized – Honorable David Lametti, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada More than ever, ADR is being recognized as a proven way to reduce legal costs. Promoting respect for, and empowerment of, participants, and it breathes life into the values of collaboration, social peace, equity, efficiency and inclusivity. Several administrative […]
Hosts its 21st Annual Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Cyberweek October 31-November 4, 2022 #ODRCyberweek2022 Free, online & open to the public Program agenda & to participate go to: odr.info Recordings will be archived @ odr.info Highlights include: Series on ODR Beyond Monetary Disputes ODR and Healthcare ODR and Canadian Immigration/Refugee Cases EU Digital Privacy Act and ODR ODR […]
Governance: Conflict of Interest Policy The Governance Committee is pleased to advise that on September 19, 2022, the Board approved a Conflict of Interest Policy. The Policy applies to individuals employed by or engaged in volunteer activities on behalf of ADRIC, including but not limited to Directors, Committee members, and employees.
World Map of Courts Using Online Dispute Resolution This is a renewed reminder to contribute to and utilize the World Map of Courts Using Online Dispute Resolution. The National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution has created a world map for courts that use online dispute resolution (ODR). So far, we have listed 150+ locations […]
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 […]