ADR Section | The Florida Bar -  ADR Section of the Florida Bar

CLE & Meetings

Collaborative Process: Are Probate and Trust Disputes on the Horizon?

Date: September 18, 2018 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Online

SURVEY

"We are creating a list of available topics and speakers to be made available to other Bar groups and Sections. Fill out this Survey if you are interested in joining this list, and return it to the address at the bottom of survey. Let us know what you can contribute."

CLICK HERE FOR SURVEY

kim@torresmediation.com

Welcome

Florida Bar









We are looking forward to an active and exciting year for this Section and welcome your participation in the Section. During 2018-19, the Section will continue its primary mission: addressing all things related to Dispute Resolution in Florida; acting as a resource for Section members who want to pursue dispute resolution as advocates or neutrals; and providing information and input to the Florida Supreme Court and other rule-making bodies regarding our Section Members’ opinions on proposed actions that will affect ADR in Florida.

Read more



Supreme Court

ADR Executive Council Chair Bob Hoyle appears before the Supreme Court for the ADR Section on SC 14-1852.

The Supreme Court Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution Rules and Policies is asking this Court to establish standards for professional conduct to apply to dispute resolution processes not currently covered by rules, as mediation and arbitration are. This recommendation necessitates some revisions to the rules governing procedure in civil cases and in family law cases. It also necessitates new rules established to specifically apply standards to other kinds of dispute resolution processes not covered by current rules.

Watch it here.
Supreme Court Order
Supreme Court Letter

CONTACT US
ADDRESS:
651 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
TEL:
(850) 561-5650
FAX:
(850) 561-9427
EMAIL
Mail
Facebook Twitter

   

Designed and Developed By