In order to create networking opportunities and a forum for discussion and exchange on subjects relevant to National Alternative Dispute Resolution members, we have recently created a group on LinkedIn.
This professional networking site allows you to:
- Establish connections with other professionals interested in mentoring,
- Access liaising opportunities,
- Share cases and accomplishments; and
- Keep informed about upcoming National Alternative Dispute Resolution Section events and activities.
If you’re already a LinkedIn member, we invite you to join the CBA Alternative Dispute Resolution group. You can easily do so by clicking on the “Groups” tab. Type “CBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Section” in the search box and select the “Join Group” option. If you are not already a member, membership in LinkedIn is free and easy to join.
The National Alternative Dispute Resolution Section has a listserv which you are encouraged to join.
A listserv is a discussion group that comes to you through your e-mail! Listservs, or e-mail lists, allow you to interact with many people simultaneously and are a convenient way for members to share information, pass on client referrals, and to ask or answer questions.
Section members can join the listserv online at: http://www.cba.org/CBA_listservsEnrolment/Enrolment.aspx.
** In order to join a listserv you must be a member of the relevant CBA Section. Please contact your Branch if you wish to join the National Alternative Dispute Resolution Section.**
More CBA Submissions
- Missed a conference? See the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section PD archive or purchase course materials through the CBA Store.
- Section Executive Meeting, October 25-26 2013 in Toronto, ON
Past issues of Possibilities can be found on the Newsletter page.
The Section is currently looking for articles for its next newsletter. If you would like to contribute to the next edition, please contact us at CBA Newsletters.
The practice and promotion of various forms of alternative dispute resolution including, but not limited to arbitration, collaborative law, facilitation and mediation.
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