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Join ADR Times by August 31st*, to become a better negotiator, mediator, or arbitrator. Enjoy full access to exclusive dispute resolution content, connections, and community - all with one goal: resolving disputes faster.
While Google is "organizing the world's information,” ADR Times strives to categorize, curate, and create top-tier dispute resolution content and foster a global resolution community.
Since 2010, we’ve invited the most respected thought leaders, scholars, and ADR practitioners to help us expand the dispute resolution domain and in turn leverage this extensive body of knowledge to facilitate resolutions.
Unlike other publications and blogs, we have stricter submission guidelines and only accept top-rated and well-researched articles. With our in-house editorial team of active lawyers and ADR practitioners, our ADR Times members enjoy even more in-depth, actionable, and substantive content.
Most importantly, 70% of our content is freely available to you while only 30% is exclusive to paid members.
We seek meaningful connections, and strive to bridge the contentious communication gap upstream.
Disputants, counsel, and ADR practitioners seldom connect in the initial stages of conflict and instead rely on litigation or the court system to force alternative options and early resolution. We want to change that.
We bring people and professionals together to create an authentic, inclusive, and shared dispute resolution space(s) to learn, connect, evolve, and resolve disputes together, earlier on.
As expert mediators, arbitrators, attorneys, and scholars, we continue to develop and offer current top-tier content, editorial commentary, expert analysis, expert help, and guidance on a full range of topics: law, negotiation, mediation, arbitration, etc.
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ADR Times is leading global source and online community of dispute resolution information and insights, for people and professionals entangled in conflict. We strive to help resolve disputes - without litigation.