Table of Contents in the Asian Legal Encyclopedia
List of Alternative Dispute Resolution online resources, specially from Australia in Asia
1. ADR Chambers (UK) Ltd
Description ADR Chambers (UK) Ltd (ADR Chambers) is a unique Alternative Dispute Resolution Group consisting of retired Law Lords, Lords Justices, High Court Judges, Circuit Court Judges and other retired judges, as well as retired and practising barristers and …
2. ADR Resources
Description This mediation and dispute resolution resources site contains substantial on-line materials for alternative dispute resolution and mediation.
3. Alternative Dispute Resolution – Legal Articles
Description Alternative Dispute Resolution – Legal Library site provides current legal analysis from top law firms in the form of full text articles. Users must register to use this free service.
4. Alternative dispute resolution including adjudication, arbitration and mediation
Description Portal to UK Legal resources maintained by Delia Venables covering the areas of arbitration, alternative dispute resolution and mediation.
5. Archie Zariski’s Conflict and Dispute Resolution Links
Description A list of links, both domestic and international, for internet resources in Alternative Dispute Resolution. The links are updated regularaly.
6. Association of Northern Mediators
Description Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) embraces all those methods of resolving disputes that are alternative to the formal processes of litigation and arbitration. This includes third party assessment right the way across to straightforward negotiations.
Description This website about dispute resolution in Australia includes information about mediation, conciliation, facilitation, arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution (ADR) approaches. The web site is dedicated to the peaceful mediation, negotiation, …
8. CAMCA Mediation and Arbitration Rules
Description It is well recognized that the availability of prompt, effective and economical means of dispute resolution is an important element in the orderly growth and encouragement of international investment and trade. Increasingly, arbitration and mediation, instead …
9. Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Description The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) was founded in 1915 to provide a member organisation for practising arbitrators – principally in construction. A not-for-profit organisation, the Institute gained charitable status in 1990. It has become a global …
10. CPR: International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution
Description The CPR: International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution, is a non-profit leadership alliance of 500 major corporations and law firms at the forefront of resolving business and public disputes through innovative alternative dispute resolution .
11. Guide to Alternative Dispute Resolution, Mediation and Arbitration
Description Alternative dispute resolution has greatly expanded over the last several years to include many areas in addition to the traditional commercial dispute; mediation has become an important first step in the process. All current areas of ADR are covered in this …
12. Law Society of New South Wales – Directory of New South Wales ADR practitioners
Description This site is an authoritative online directory of New South Wales Alternative Dispute Resolution Practitioners who are members of the Law Society of NSW. It is possible to search for an ADR practitioner by area of law, jurisdiction, registry or panel.
13. LEADR – Association of Dispute Resolvers
Description LEADR is an Australasian, not-for-profit membership organisation formed in 1989 to serve the community by promoting and facilitating the use of consensual dispute resolution processes generally known as Alternative Dispute Resolution or ADR. LEADR is …
14. Legal Aid Commission Act 1979 (NSW)
Description An Act which constitutes the Legal Aid Commission of New South Wales and defines its functions.In Part 3A of the Act the Commission may arrange for a matter, or any aspect of a matter, to be dealt with by alternative dispute resolution if the Commission …
15. Legal Information Institute : alternative dispute resolution
Description This page from the Legal Information Institute (LII) contains an overview of alternative dispute resolution with links to key primary and secondary sources in the US.
16. Managing justice : A review of the federal civil justice system : Report No. 89
Description A review of the federal civil justice system focussing on issues relating to the causes of excessive costs and delay, case management, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), pleadings and other court processes, expert evidence and unrepresented litigants. …
17. National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council
Description The National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council (NADRAC) was established in October 1995. NADRAC is a independent advisory Council which advises the Commonwealth Attorney General on matters concerning Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). …
18. Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution
Description The JDR is dedicated to the exploration of alternative forums for and methods of dispute resolution, such as negotiation, mediation,arbitration, summary jury trials, and mini-trials. The JDR is the official law journal of the American Bar Association’s …
19. Review of the adversarial system of litigation
Description Federal tribunal proceedings; Issues Paper 24; ALRC IP 24. This paper looks at issues and options for reform of civil and administrative review proceedings before federal tribunals. The proceedings of federal tribunals include adjudicative and …
20. Review of the adversarial system of litigation
Description ADR – its role in federal dispute resolution; Issues Paper 25; ALRC IP 25. This paper examines the issues raised by the use of ADR processes within and outside Australian federal courts and tribunals. In the terms of reference the Commission has been asked to..
21. Standards for ADR
Description A Framework for ADR Standards released in June 2001 is a report to the Commonwealth Attorney-General on the current position of standards for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in Australia and on future directions for their development. Its purpose is to …
22. WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center
Description A database containing detailed information on thousands of cases of ‘cybersquatting’ handled by the Arbitration and Mediation Center of the World Intellectual Property Organisation. Search or browse options available.
23. WorldLII – Categories – Countries – Australia – By Subject – Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Description This WorldLII site contains links to Alternative dispute resolution and Arbitration sites and includes pamphlets, issues papers and discussion papers.
24. WorldLII – Categories – Subjects – Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Description The World Legal Information Institute documents Internet sites covering many countries, including those offering commentary, listing organisations, law journals and legislation on dispute resolution and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR ).
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