Contact: Ian Szlazak
Links We Like
There is a lot of information on alternative/appropriate dispute resolution (ADR) and related areas out there, but not all of it is easy to find. If you are doing research or are interested in learning more about ADR, here, alphabetically arranged, are some sites that we think are worthwhile. By no means is this a comprehensive list.
www.abanet.org/dispute - American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution
www.acrnet.org - Association for Conflict Resolution, Washington D.C. This organization is dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution.
www.adrontario.ca - the ADR Institute of Ontario Inc. (ADR Ontario) is one of six affiliates of the ADR Institute of Canada, Inc. (ADR Canada), a non-profit organization that shares information, promotes ideas for continuous improvement and upgrading of ADR as a profession.
www.attorneygeneral.jus.gov.on.ca - Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, under whose aegis the mandatory mediation program is maintained. This site has detailed information on everything from Rule 24.1 to contact information for mediators in Ontario, and more.
www.ccla.ottawa.on.ca - The County of Carleton Law Association, Ottawa, Canada
www.cpradr.org - CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (formerly CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution and The Centre for Public Resources), New York.
www.josseybass.com - Jossey Bass Publishing Company
www.pon.harvard.edu - Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, an applied research centre committed to improving the theory and practice of negotiation and dispute resolution.
www.adr.org - the American Arbitration Association site.
www.canada.justice.gc.ca - the Department of Justice, Government of Canada site, which features a section on statutes, which is most helpful for the researcher.
www.canadianlawlist.com - an up-to-date listing of Canadian law firms, judges and lawyers (over 53,000 and counting!).
www.canlii.org - site of the Canadian Legal Information Institute, featuring a comprehensive collection of Canadian legislation and caselaw, sometimes described as a "virtual law library".
www.findlaw.com - index of legal resources.
www.lancasterhouse.com - information on labour, employment and human rights law, as well as a listing of Canadian labour arbitrators, including Ian Szlazak.
www.langmichener.ca - for those who are interested in receiving weekly e-mail notifications of the latest Supreme Court of Canada decisions, you may want to visit this well-organized law firm website and sign up.
www.lawcrawler.com - more legal information.
www.lsuc.on.ca - The Law Society of Upper Canada, a.k.a. Ontario, Canada, primarily of interest to lawyers.
www.quiet.org - the wonderful and informative website of the Right to Quiet Society, a Vancouver-based organization dedicated to promoting quiet in what seems to be an evermore deafening world, where much noise has less to do with community and information-sharing and more to do with discourteous and selfish behaviour. Resolution House promotes careful and active listening in its interventions and supports the concept that all of us deserve time and space for quiet, where we might reflect on what we heard when we were listening.
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