Resolution Systems Institute, which used to be known as CAADRS, sent this announcement about their new website. It looks like a great new resource for research on court ADR:
A NEW WEB SITE FOR A TRUSTED RESOURCE: INTRODUCING COURTADR.ORG
Resolution Systems Institute, formerly the Center for Analysis of ADR Systems (CAADRS), announces the launch of a new web site, www.CourtADR.org. The site houses RSI’s updated and expanded Court ADR Resource Center, the leading source of court ADR information on the web. The new site is a valuable tool for anyone wanting to make effective use of alternative dispute resolution through the court system.
Originally launched in 2001, RSI’s online Resource Center has been upgraded with new content, new resources, and easier navigation. Combined, the improvements made to the Resource Center create an unparalleled resource for reliable court ADR information.
Features of CourtADR.org include:
• The Court ADR Pocket Guide, which provides a targeted introduction to the use of ADR by courts;
• The Court ADR Instruction Manual, which offers a set of detailed guidelines and models for courts on creating, evaluating and improving ADR programs;
• The Research Library, which includes a searchable, annotated database of nearly 3,000 ADR-related resources, as well as resource guides specifically tailored to meet the needs of judges, court administrators, neutrals, and others involved in court ADR; and
• The Illinois Court ADR Sourcebook, which brings together a comprehensive collection of information on ADR services offered by the state and federal courts in Illinois.
RSI welcomes everyone to explore and utilize these new tools. They mark another decisive step forward in continuing the RSI mission of encouraging more effective and efficient use of court ADR.