Section ADR


The ADR Section (Alternative Dispute Resolution) works to further the knowledge of its members by developing and implementing programs and training in alternative dispute resolution, and to offer Continuing Legal Education (CLE). ADR Section members are lawyers and nonlawyers who serve as mediators, arbitrators, and neutral case evaluators. Attorneys and other professionals who advocate for their clients in ADR proceedings are welcome to join the section.

Section Chairs

Scott Buell
415 526 6319
scottbuell@buellmediation.com

Susan Feder
415 453 1659
susan@susanfedermediation.com


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Notice
Main County Superior Court

Uniform Local Rules 2

Updated January 1, 2017
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ADR
1.0 CLE | General
Feb 08, 2018
By Barbara Monty and Andrew Wolfe

It would be hard to find a lawyer who does not think that law is a stressful profession, perhaps not surprising in a profession centered on conflict. . . We share a few of the ways that we and several colleagues here in Marin not only cope with stress but seek to improve the practice of law for ourselves, our clients and our colleagues.

SECTION CO-CHAIR SPOTLIGHT
Feb 08, 2018
By Nicole Çabalette

Learn more about MCBA Estate Planning and Probate Section Co-Chair Timothy Barteau.

Nonprofit Profile
Feb 08, 2018
By Nicole Çabalette

An African-American renter found a new home in Marin and moved in. Her landlord told her that her neighbors would be upset that she had rented to an African-American. . .This tenant’s story of racial discrimination is devastating and is even more disturbing because it happened within the last year.

January Event Recap
Feb 08, 2018
By Nicole Çabalette

MCBA’s first General Membership Meeting of 2018 featured U.C. Berkeley Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director of Communications Dan Mogulof discussing the challenges of navigating the balance of First Amendment rights in our current political climate.

Feb 08, 2018
By Nicole Çabalette

The following are a handful of some of the new laws related to real estate that took effect on January 1, 2018, or will take effect later this year. This is not intended to be a comprehensive list, but reflects some of those laws that may be of widespread interest to lawyers and/or landlords and tenants. . .(Editor's Note: Don't stop reading before you get to the compelling bedbug notice.)

Jan 06, 2018
By Michael Overly

As we begin 2018, businesses, including law firms, should be considering potential resolutions for improving their security practices in the year ahead. Here are six action items that have the potential to substantially increase overall cybersecurity.