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 Chair

Scott Buell
415 526 6319
scottbuell@buellmediation.com


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Notice
Main County Superior Court

Uniform Local Rules 2

Updated January 1, 2017
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There are no upcoming ADR events

April 18 Probate and Estate Planning Section Meeti
Apr 18, 2018
By Justin Miller, J.D., LL.M., TEP, AEP®, CFP®| National Wealth Strategist

Click here for program handout.

Mar 31, 2018
By Mark LeHocky

Civility is more critical to the mediation process than to any other form of dispute resolution. The reasons are several: First, unlike trial and arbitration, success in mediation depends entirely upon adversaries agreeing.

SF Marin Food Bank
Mar 02, 2018
By Philip Feldman

Calling all Marin law firms and in-house counsel to participate in this year's Food From The Bar Campaign from May 1 to June 1. Be part of the community that has delivered nineteen million meals to those in need to Marin and San Francisco.

Mar 02, 2018
By Mee Mee Wong

Another benefit to reading the Marin Lawyer: a free lunch! Find the gavel and be eligible to attend next month's membership luncheon for free.

Feb 27, 2018
By Terrance J. Evans

When considering various alternative dispute resolution options, mediation is a popular choice . . . .This article examines applicable California rules in order to shed some light on what distinguishes mediation from other types of settlement negotiations.

Judge's Corner
Feb 17, 2018
By Judge Paul M. Haakenson

Well, here we are, two months into my two-year sentence, I mean term, as Presiding Judge, and no disasters have befallen the court yet. I trust the transition from Judge Simmons to Yours Truly has appeared seamless from the perspective of the bar . . .