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Alternative Dispute Resolution


Diane Levin, a mediator, trainer, consultant, and attorney, tracks 240 ADR blogs from 31 countries on her website.  Her website organizes blogs by category and country.

Diane Levin, Mediation Channel

Tune in for news and ideas about mediation, negotiation, and dispute resolution thorugh the lens of law, pop culture, and social science

Konstantin Pilkov, International Arbitration Blog

Konstantin Pilkov, a member of numerous arbitration institutes in Europe, provides up-to-date news on International Arbitration on his frequently updated website.

Ross Runkel, Ross Runkel Report

Attorney and Professor Ross Runkel is the President and Editor of this blog, which focuses on Employment Law and Arbitration.  His website provides many useful links to arbitration resources and recent cases.

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