Blog is devoted to "non-court solutions for family law matters" and "non-adversarial options for resolving family law matters."
"Focuses on alternative dispute resolution and environmental law."
"Intends to provide useful, timely, and insightful commentary about developments in the alternative dispute resolution field. We comment on the individual dispute resolution processes, latest law review articles and relevant books, interesting empirical research, as well as the various ways ADR is used every day in this country and around the world."
Covers "mediation, arbitration, negotiation, diplomacy and peace. ADR Times publishes articles, news and debates, and provides an industry directory, event calendar, job board, and community space for public and professionals to connect and share insights." Most posts are excerpts of articles from the mainstream and legal news media.
Posts consist of links to other blogs' posts and news sources relating to alternative dispute resolution.
"ADR news and information."
"A blog devoted to current developments in labor arbitration."
Posts cover federal appellate court decisions (occasionally state court decisions as well) related to arbitration agreements and the Federal Arbitration Act.
Blog discusses estate law in Australia. Recent entries include "Can Scandalous Words Be Removed From A Will After Death?", "Enduring Powers of Attorney - Financial Abuse" and "Disputes About Burial and Testamentary Capacity."
Blog offers news updates and analysis of legal issues related to the BP Oil Spill. Numerous PDFs are available, including forms for making claims.
A look at the process of conflict resolution through the lens of neuroscience. Looks at mediation, negotiation, and persuasion.
"All about California mediation and arbitration."
Topics include class actions, arbitration, labor laws and court decisions in California districts.
"My work explores innnovative ways to support conflict resolution knowledge and skill development, with recent efforts focused on the use of technology and the world wide web," and this is reflected on the blawg, which discusses various conflict resolution-related topics.
"Putting the 'civil' back into civil litigation and reflecting on how civility is a hallmark of mediation and should be an aspiration of litigation. Tips and strategies on negotiation and mediation from social science, psychology and neuroscience."
Posts offer "the insights of Mayer Brown litigators on cutting-edge issues in class action law and policy. The blog identifies and analyzes recent trends in the filing and defense of class actions and other forms of aggregate litigation against businesses. The blog also reports on relevant legislative and regulatory developments."
"Helping people make respectful, civilized, values-based transitions from couple to single."
"Observations on communication and conflict in daily life as well as other information and links to useful resources."
"Simple habits for untangling disagreements and getting back on track."
"Dispute Resolution Germany is an English language resource about litigation, arbitration and mediation in Germany (and elsewhere)."
"Conversations about dispute resolution."
"Discussion of the latest developments and trends in online dispute resolution and the legal industry. Comparisons are made to the traditional justice system and the courts in the United States and Canada and other alternative dispute resolution practices."
"Captures commentary on legal industry business models, technology and the law, innovation, culture change and legal practice management."
Blog discusses cases in which golf plays a role, with a myriad of quirky and humorous results.
Blog discusses the work of private judges, specifically regarding divorce in California. "Useful comments on doing a divorce."