ACDR News and Highlights
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. The Center serves as the administrative arm of the Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution.
Conflict Resolved Symposium 2020
Governor Kay Ivey signs
the 2019 Mediation Week Proclamation
Photo: Pictured with Governor Ivey are
Elyce Morris, Jimmy Walter, Eileen Harris,
and Michelle Ohme.
The Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution (the Center) is pleased to co-sponsor with The Neutral Solution and the Birmingham School of Law a Conflict Resolved Symposium on May 7, 2020, at the Birmingham School of Law.
The Symposium is appropriate for attorneys, mediators, private judges, employers, and anyone interested in learning more about resolving conflicts.
There will be breakout sessions on various topics ranging from mediation, arbitration, private judging, complex mediation, avoiding conflict in the workplace, employment issues, family, special education and diversity to name a few.
Register on or before March 31, 2020, at the discount rate of $350.00.
Registration Form (Savable PDF)
Educational Videos Online
2019 Collaborative Law Practice - We will be making webinars from our 2019 series available online. Online now:
- Introduction to Collaborative Law Practice - (Held August 23, 2019)
- Focus on Team: Breaking Down Roles - (Held September 20, 2019)
- The How To’s of Collaborative Law - (Held October 18, 2019)
- Informed Consent/Civil Collaboration - (Held Dec 6, 2019-video available soon)
View Collaborative Law Practice Videos.
The Hype about HIPAA and HITECH - Samarria Munnerlyn Dunson, J.D., CHC, CHPC, walks you through HIPAA Basics, Business Associates, HITECH, Charging for Medical Records-Latest Guidance, Enforcement Update, and HIPAA on the Horizon. Learn more and view this video.
ADR by the Numbers
Our 2018 statistics report, ADR by the Numbers, is available online. Go to the report.
Take advantage of upcoming training opportunities sponsored by the Alabama State Bar Section on Dispute Resolution and the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution.