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Law Resources: Dispute Resolution


Run by the Advice Services Alliance (ASA), the umbrella body for independent advice services in the UK, Provides key information about the main types of ADR provision, including commercial, community and family mediation, public and private ombudsman schemes, and arbitration; an outline of the ADR options available for different types of problem; information on legal and civil procedures affecting decisions about dispute resolution; and a directory of ADR providers and links to key national websites.


ADR explained with 'mind maps'.

Atkinson Law  

The website of Daniel Atkinson Ltd. Contains legal information on construction, commerce and disputes resolution. Allows easy access to law and an introduction to common contract and legal problems in commerce, construction, standard forms of contract, arbitration, adjudication, mediation and conciliation and other forms of ADR.

Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR): EDR Law  

Resource for tracking judgments, Civil Procedure Rules, court guides and pre-action protocols linked specifically to mediation and other ADR processes.

Consensus Mediation: mediation information  

Information on mediation including an overview, articles, ADR glossary, case studies and legislation extracts.

CPR Part 62: Arbitration Claims  

Publisher: Ministry of Justice  

Justice: Mediation  

The Ministry of Justice is responsible for developing policy on alternative methods of dispute resolution.

The Directory: Courts and Tribunals: International

ICC International Court of Arbitration (ICCA)  

The world's foremost institution in the resolution of international business disputes. Composed of members from some 60 countries and every continent, the ICC Court is the world's most widely representative dispute resolution institution.

London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)  

Provides a comprehensive international dispute resolution service, both under its own Rules and under the UNCITRAL Rules, for operation under any system of law in any venue throughout the world.

The Directory: International Organisations

International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)  

Activities cover a broad spectrum, from arbitration and dispute resolution to making the case for open trade and the market economy system, business self-regulation, fighting corruption or combating commercial crime. Site includes ICC Guidelines, codes and rules for all areas of international business; rules and awards of the ICC International, Court of Arbitration.

The Directory: Law Associations: Barristers

Commercial Bar Association (COMBAR)  

Represents and promotes the interests of commercial barristers serving the specialist needs of commerce, including international commercial litigation and arbitration. Membership comprises leading commercial chambers and individual practitioners at the Commercial Bar whose expertise extends across the fields of international trade, shipping and aviation, banking and financial services, insurance and reinsurance, commodity transactions, insolvency, oil and gas/energy law, mergers and acquisitions, competition law, intellectual property, professional negligence, licensing, judicial review of government acts, employment, European Community matters, and private and public international law.

The Directory: Law Associations: Lawyers

Standing Conference of Mediation Advocates  

A multi disciplinary cross-professional membership trade organisation established to promote and deliver best practice and professional excellence in mediation advocacy through individual and corporate training and commercial activities.

The Directory: Professional Associations

Adjudication Society  

A not-for-profit society promoting resolution of construction disputes by means of adjudication.

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb)  

Professional organisation for arbitrators, mediators and adjudicators.

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators: Scottish Branch  

Aims to promote the use of arbitration in Scotland as a means of dispute resolution, both domestically and internationally.