Alternative Dispute Resolution CLE

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    Quimbee Alternative Dispute Resolution CLE Online

    If you’re looking for a simple, engaging way to learn about alternative dispute resolution and fulfill your continuing legal education (CLE) requirements, look no further than Quimbee CLE online.

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    Alternative Dispute Resolution Overview

    The term alternative dispute resolution (ADR) emcompasses a variety of processes that are used to resolve conflicts between multiple parties, typically without the involvement of the formal court system. ADR is often pursued as a quicker, less costly alternative to litigation. Courts themselves may even order ADR to settle disputes. Common forms of ADR include negotiation, mediation, and arbitration.

    Mediation and negotiation are relatively informal processes that allow the parties an opportunity to work together to reach an agreement. Mediation is a process in which the disputing parties meet with an impartial third party to solve their disagreement. Mediation is party-centered, and tends to involve negotiation in order to reach an agreement suitable to both parties. Arbitration is a formal type of ADR that resembles a trial. At the federal level, arbitration is governed by Title 9 of the U.S. Code. Additionally, at the state level, 49 states have adopted the Uniform Arbitration Act.

    Who Should Take CLE Courses in Alternative Dispute Resolution?

    Anyone involved in ADR–including arbitration, mediation, and negotiation–could benefit from a ADR CLE course. Even if you’re not an attorney, understanding the legal ins and outs of alternative dispute resolution could come in handy if you are an ADR professional. At just $49 per credit, Quimbee offers some of the most affordable ADR CLE courses available!