JUSTICE THAT WORKS…
YOU KNOW IT IS VITAL TO
PROTECT THE INTEGRITY OF ADR
REAL JUSTICE WITH DIGNITY
MUST BE AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE
Members of the ADR community: You are proud of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) work you do, and it probably gives you great satisfaction. In your heart you know ADR can provide a relatively quick, equitable, and satisfying solution for most disputes. You are gratified that in a short time ADR has become a generally accepted approach to resolving many types of conflicts.
But in Sacramento and even in the courts, people are knowingly or inadvertently working to compromise the efficacy and integrity of ADR, as well as your ability to feel good about the ADR you practice. Every year old incursions are renewed and new attacks arise.
Unfortunately, you don’t have time to watch your back. You are busy with your business, performing ADR services, your family, pro bono and other work. In fact, you are probably desperate to find a little time for yourself.
CDRC watches your back
Fortunately, for almost 20 years, the California Dispute Resolution Council [CDRC] has been the effective voice for all aspects of the ADR industry in Sacramento and in the Courts.
CDRC represents ADR professionals, ADR organizations, community ADR organizations, and volunteers, as well as judges and others who care about ADR. Learn more:
CDRC supports ADR professionals
You have a busy, successful practice that may include a full time or part-time arbitration and mediation business. Since the mid-1990s, CDRC has been there for you: advocating, informing, and negotiating with policy makers to protect your ADR practice. (more...)
CDRC supports ADR organizations
CDRC is the legislative advocate for all of ADR. It actively supports ADR providers and membership organizations. Let’s face it: Most providers and industry organizations don’t have the time, resources, or inclination to take on the myriad of complex ADR policy issues that are constantly (more...)
CDRC supports community ADR providers
CDRC promotes the value and benefits of community-based mediation programs. Judges, county officials, and others who work with these programs every day know their value. But legislators, the Judicial Council, and regulators who work in Sacramento often lose sight. (more...)