Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee

Resources

Links

American Arbitration Association
Comprehensive site for up-to-the-minute information about mediation, arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution, featuring rules and procedures, a roster of neutrals, statutes and more

American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution
Some site features include ADR Personalities and Practice Tips, Opportunities for Law School and Law Students and Opportunities for Graduate and Undergraduate Students

CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution
Website of the non-profit leadership alliance of 500 major corporations and law firms offers procedures and clauses, as well as CPR Rules for Non-Administered Arbitration

State Bar of Texas ADR Section Law Links
Featuring links to web sites dedicated to ADR resources and to state bar associations with emphasis given to Texas ADR and Texas legal organizations

The American Institute of Architects
Site allows you to search for an AIA Architect, get consumer information, plus professional architect job listings

The National Academy of Arbitrators
Shows standing committees on Professional Responsibility and Grievances, Law and Legislation, Membership, Research and Education. Also shows "Code of Professional Responsibility for Arbitrators of Labor-Management Disputes"

U.S. District Court for the EDPA Mediator/Arbitrator Applications
Provides applications (in PDF format) for certification as a mediator or arbitrator in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
This Website features Federal laws prohibiting job discrimination, how to file a charge of employment discrimination, mediation and more information for employees

United States National Labor Relations Board
The NLRB determines, through secret-ballot elections, the free democratic choice by employees whether they wish to be represented by a union in dealing with their employers and if so, by which union; and prevents and remedies unlawful acts, called unfair labor practices, by either employers or unions