Alabama Center For Dispute Resolution
Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution
The Center serves as the administrative arm of the Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution. Read more about the Commission.
Since 1994, we have been the state office of dispute resolution for Alabama. At the Center, we work with the courts, the Alabama State Bar, state agencies, schools, community mediation initiatives, and businesses to promote early and peaceful resolution of disputes.
News for Alabama Neutrals The July newsletter is available both
- Online at alabamaadr.org/email/1407_NAN_Newsletter.html
- PDF at alabamaadr.org/web/media/newsletters/
Foreclosure Prevention/ Mortgage Modification
This new program, designed to mediate foreclosure and other mortgage problems, is assisting both homeowners and mortgage servicers in resolving foreclosures.
- Learn more about Foreclosure Mediation.
- Find a Mediator with Foreclosure Training.
Update to Selected Mediator Cases Our review document, Things We Know About Mediation in Alabama From Cases That Have Ended Up in the Appellate Courts, has been updated. Read the selected cases.
Article by Judge James Sledge, an Alabama Mediator Mediating Copyright and Intellectual Property Disputes, by Judge James Scott Sledge (Ret.) appeared in the September/October 2013 issue of Landslide, A Publication of the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law. Judge Sledge is an Alabama alternative dispute resolution professional with The McCammon Group, a leading provider of mediation, arbitration, special master, and judge pro tempore services.
Alabama Uniform Collaborative Law Act took effect January 1st Alabama Act 2013-355, the Alabama Uniform Collaborative Law Act, took effect on January 1, 2014. Read the Act.
Mediator Code of Ethics, Standard 10 change On Dec 3, 2013, the Supreme Court of Alabama issued an order amending, Standard 10, Alabama Code of Ethics for Mediators, a change to Standard 10 on Advertising and Solicitation.
Alabama Rules of Appellate Mediation Change On Dec 3, 2013, the Supreme Court of Alabama issued an order that Rule 1(a), Alabama Rules of Appellate Mediation (pdf) be amended.
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