The International Journal on Online Dispute Resolution is an annual publication with journal articles by leading practitioners and academics from around the world. The IJODR can be found online (of course, it’s about online disputes…) at: https://www.elevenjournals.com/tijdschrift/ijodr/detail A new edition of the IJODR is planned for late 2020.
Zoom has become a widely used communication tool during this time of pandemic home based work and social isolation. Zoom hass two blogs which may be of interest to ADRIC members who use Zoom. The first deal with security and privacy: https://blog.zoom.us/category/company-news/security-privacy/. Members will remember that when the lockdowns and work from home lifestyles started […]
Online dispute resolution could help make justice delivery efficient, affordable, and accessible July 7, 2020, 3:12 PM IST Amitabh Kant and Desh Gaurav Sekhri in Voices | India | TOI https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/blogs/voices/online-dispute-resolution-could-help-make-justice-delivery-efficient-affordable-and-accessible/ The implications of the COVID-19 pandemic have understandably extended to justice delivery. Not only has the response merited a change in how Courts are hearing matters, but also a steep upward adjustment for […]
The following is a post made by Daniel Rainey, a Fellow with the National Centre for Technology and Dispute Resolution (NCTDR), and may be of interest to those who have turned to Zoom as a communication tool during the time of Covid 19: The Zoom question is complicated, particularly because of the negative press […]
The International Mediation Institute (IMI) recently announced that it had published standards for a Specialization in Online Mediation. The ADRIC Task Force will take this new and internationally recognized certification standard into account as it conducts its work on similar certification for Canada. Please visit the IMI announcement and supporting documents at: https://www.imimediation.org/orgs/cag-odr/ […]
For those who have an interest in ODR Standards, here are the current state of the art standards from the NCTDR: http://odr.info/standards/ The National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution supports and sustains the development of information technology applications, institutional resources, and theoretical and applied knowledge for better understanding and managing conflict.
ADRIC offers free webinar to assist members in time of social distancing: Options for Online Dispute Resolution: An Introduction to Using Zoom
ADRIC wants to support its members in this time of self-isolation and social distancing as these may be impacting your practice, so we are offering a complimentary webinar on ODR (Online Dispute Resolution) and Zoom Videoconferencing; see below. Many of you are already on the Zoom platform via the excellent ADRIC Group Plan. Those who […]