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  • Alabama ADRC :: Bookshop
    Early Neutral Evaluation Alabama Bar Assn Sec of Dispute Resolution January 2012 This valuable guide is a tool to teach lawyers litigants neutrals judges court program administrators and public policy analysts what early neutral evaluation ENE consists of why and under what circumstances it can be used most productively the difference between it and mediation Bush Robert A Baruch and Folger Joseph P The Promise of Mediation The Transformative Approach to Conflict San Francisco Jossey Bass Inc 2004 Carpenter Susan L and Kennedy W J D Managing Public Disputes A Practical Guide to Handling Conflict and Reaching Agreements Jossey Bass Management Series San Francisco Jossey Bass Inc 1988 Cole Sarah R Mediation Law policy practice Trial practice series 2nd ed Ohio Thomson West 2005 Costantion Cathy A and Merchant Christina Sickles Designing Conflict Management Systems A Guide to Creating Productive and Healthy Organizations Jossey Bass Conflict Resolution Series San Francisco Josey Bass Publishers 1996 Davidson Jonathan and Dlaussen Anne and Beardall Hal and Baker Jami State Agency Administrative Dispute Resolution Pilot Project Report to the Governor July 2000 Florida Florida Conflict Resolution Consortium 2000 Edmond D P ed Commercial Dispute Resolution Alternatives to Litigation Aurora Canada Law Book Inc 1989 Galton Eric Representing clients in mediation Dallas Lawyer Press 2nd printing 2000 Book Selections Stories Mediators Tell Discounted at the ABA Web Book Store Mediating Legal Disputes Effective Strategies for Neutrals and Advocates Galton Eric and Love Lela P Stories Mediators Tell Alabama Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution ISBN 978 1 61438 356 7 February 2012 Stories Mediators Tell is a collection of inspirational stories shared by experts in the field who want others to experience the art of mediation The authors are motivated by the belief that mediation is not well understood even its practitioners are often limited to their own experience particularly given confidentiality strictures Order on the ABA web site Galanter M and M Cahill Most Cases Settle Judicial Promotion and Regulation of Settlements Stanford Law Review 46 1993 1994 1339 Golann Dwight Mediating Legal Disputes Effective Strategies for Neutrals and Advocates Goldberg Stephen B and Sander Frank E A and Rogers Nancy H Dispute Resolution Negotiation Mediation and Other Processes Boston Little Brown and Company 1992 Goodman Allan H Basic Skills for the New Mediator Second Edition 2nd ed Rockport Solomon Publishers 2004 Grenig Jay E Alternative Dispute Resolution 3rd ed Milwaukee Thomson West 2005 Hartman Susan D Adult Guardianship Mediation Manuel Ann Arbor The Center for Social Gerontology Inc 1996 Haynes John M Mediating Divorce Casebook of Strategies for Successful Family Negotiations Jossey Bass Social and Behavioral Science Series San Francisco Jossey Bass Publisher 1989 Haynes John M The Fundamentals of Family Mediation S U N Y Series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology Albany State University of New York Press 1994 Kolb Deborah M and Associates When Talk Works Profiles of Mediators Business Management San Francisco Jossey Bass Publishers 1994 Kovach Kimberlee K Mediation Principles and Practice American Casebook Series 2nd ed St Paul

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  • Alabama ADRC :: Restorative Justice
    Mediation Foreclosure FAQs Arbitration What is Arbitration Arbitration Agreements Private Judging Consumer Complaints Need legal help Contact Us Media Center Alabama ADR Blog ADR in News Articles Newsletters Photo Gallery Podcasts Publications CLE Resources ADR Organizations ADR News Links Mediator Jobs on the Web Law School ADR Programs Videos Mediation Arbitration General ADR Restorative Justice Webinars Contact Us Resources AG Opinions Court ADR Executive Orders Executive Order 50 Executive Order 42 Executive Order 7 2015 Mediation Week Proclamation Ethics Legislation Uniform Collaborative Law Act Mediator Confidentiality Act Mandatory Mediation Act Arbitration Act Draft Private Judging Act Peer Mediation Publications CLE ADR Procedures in Alabama Handbook Judges Mediation Bench Book Seal the Deal CLE Practical Tips from Top Mediators Brochures Bookshop Resources ADR Organizations ADR News Links Find Mediator Jobs Law School ADR Programs Ethics Restorative Justice Circle Sentencing Criminal Mediation Victim Offender Conferencing More on Restorative Justice Portraits of Restorative Justice State Agency ADR Statistics Home Admin News for Alabama Neutrals News Blog Newsletters Facebook ADR Procedures Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures in Alabama with Mediation Model Need Legal Help Resources for Legal Assistance Share Restorative Justice Circle Sentencing Criminal Mediation Victim Offender Conferencing More on Restorative Justice Portraits of Restorative

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  • Alabama ADRC :: Restorative Justice :: Circle Sentencing
    Mediation Act Arbitration Act Draft Private Judging Act Peer Mediation Publications CLE ADR Procedures in Alabama Handbook Judges Mediation Bench Book Seal the Deal CLE Practical Tips from Top Mediators Brochures Bookshop Resources ADR Organizations ADR News Links Find Mediator Jobs Law School ADR Programs Ethics Restorative Justice Circle Sentencing Criminal Mediation Victim Offender Conferencing More on Restorative Justice Portraits of Restorative Justice State Agency ADR Statistics Home Admin News for Alabama Neutrals News Blog Newsletters Facebook ADR Procedures Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures in Alabama with Mediation Model Need Legal Help Resources for Legal Assistance Share Restorative Justice Circle Sentencing A Native American Tradition Is Offered as A Sentencing Alternative Under the supervision of Circuit Judge Tracy McCooey Montgomery County now has a group of community members trained to use a Native American tradition when sentencing Criminal defendants Trained facilitators will begin to take cases during the summer of 2004 The program and materials are available to other Alabama courts that may also wish to implement the program Unlike a traditional sentencing in which a judge hears from the prosecutor and the defense lawyer in a courtroom then sentences the defendant participants in circle sentencing meet outside the courtroom and literally sit in a circle Choosing circle sentencing is voluntary for the defendant Everyone affected by the crime is invited to attend and take part in the circle including the defendant the victim their families and any community members that may have been involved or affected Participants are allowed to speak one by one Every circle has a talking piece and a person is allowed to speak only while holding the object The group must then reach consensus on the sentence which then must be approved by the judge Circle sentencing is used in circuit court to resolve criminal situations

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  • Alabama ADRC :: Restorative Justice :: Criminal Mediation
    News Articles Newsletters Photo Gallery Podcasts Publications CLE Resources ADR Organizations ADR News Links Mediator Jobs on the Web Law School ADR Programs Videos Mediation Arbitration General ADR Restorative Justice Webinars Contact Us Resources AG Opinions Court ADR Executive Orders Executive Order 50 Executive Order 42 Executive Order 7 2015 Mediation Week Proclamation Ethics Legislation Uniform Collaborative Law Act Mediator Confidentiality Act Mandatory Mediation Act Arbitration Act Draft Private Judging Act Peer Mediation Publications CLE ADR Procedures in Alabama Handbook Judges Mediation Bench Book Seal the Deal CLE Practical Tips from Top Mediators Brochures Bookshop Resources ADR Organizations ADR News Links Find Mediator Jobs Law School ADR Programs Ethics Restorative Justice Circle Sentencing Criminal Mediation Victim Offender Conferencing More on Restorative Justice Portraits of Restorative Justice State Agency ADR Statistics Home Admin News for Alabama Neutrals News Blog Newsletters Facebook ADR Procedures Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures in Alabama with Mediation Model Need Legal Help Resources for Legal Assistance Share Restorative Justice Criminal Mediation Criminal Mediations Theory Style and Strategy www wiseresolution com Criminal 20Mediation pdf This article by V Michelle Obradovic Esq Wise Resolution LLC of Birmingham is a great source for essential information on Criminal Mediation It reads in part Plea bargaining done well revisits the past relationship between all stakeholders so as to manage the present relationship in order to structure an appropriate future relationship To be most effective as a resolutionist in a criminal matter the mediator must fully appreciate the charges the inherent philosophical and moral tensions constitutional protections or lack thereof confidentiality privilege and the specific political agendas and financial pressures relevant in the local jurisdiction Resolutionist practitioners have to embrace all three modes of legal problem solving judgment consent and systems design and understand the ways in which one bears upon the other and

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  • Alabama ADRC :: Restorative Justice :: Victim Offender Conferencing
    dealing with the consequences of the crime Trained facilitators are assigned to each case to assist all parties in the conferencing process Assisted by facilitators the parties most affected by an offense are provided an opportunity to safely meet to discuss What happened How they felt when it happened How they feel now What is needed for restitution restoration and healing The goal is to restore harmony discover truth and end intolerable behaviors What is Restitution In victim offender conferencing the word restitution means that victims and offenders decide together what is fair and what can be accomplished so the offender can attempt to repair the harm done This could men the offender contracts to repay a cash amount to replace the victim s out of pocket losses does community or personal service work participates in a creative plan that both victim and offender agree upon WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO DO THIS Conferencing can bring peace of mind and a sense of restoration to all parties Victims often report their loss as more than what can be measured by material goods or financial cost This is not usually dealt with in the courtroom Also most victims want to know if they have reason to fear the offender in the future It is important to remember that the word victims can include family members or loved ones of someone who is no longer here Offenders usually don t learn about the human cost of their actions in the courtroom Conferencing allows a process through which offenders fully realize that cost and attempt to make things right again When victims hold offenders accountable and offenders take responsibility for their actions then the healing process begins HOW DOES THIS WORK Participation is strictly voluntary Before a conference the facilitator will set the

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  • Alabama ADRC :: Restorative Justice :: More on Restorative Justice
    Justice Circle Sentencing Criminal Mediation Victim Offender Conferencing More on Restorative Justice Portraits of Restorative Justice State Agency ADR Statistics Home Admin News for Alabama Neutrals News Blog Newsletters Facebook ADR Procedures Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures in Alabama with Mediation Model Need Legal Help Resources for Legal Assistance Share Restorative Justice More on Restorative Justice Web sites with more information about restorative justice Restorative Justice The Evidence The report Restorative Justice The Evidence looks at studies from Australia Canada Britain and the United States for circumstances under which restorative justice was most effective The studies show that RJ is more effective at reducing re offense for violent crimes than for property offenses except burglary and for those in which there is a personal victim who can be invited to attend a face to face meeting with the offender The evidence shows that the meetings help the victims by reducing post traumatic stress symptoms To read the full report go to http www sas upenn edu jerrylee RJ full report pdf view usa ci 0199274290 The State of Vermont has implemented a restorative justice philosophy within their mission statement Go to http www doc state vt us Take note of their mission statement victim services reparative probation victim impact panels reparative boards etc Their most unique feature is the community reparative board in handling all minor crimes This is an adult program Restorative Justice in New Zealand New Zealand and Australia have been utilizing restorative justice practices for a long time To read a case study of the family group conferencing model go to an article entitled Restorative Justice in New Zealand Family Group Conferencing as a Case Study by Allison Morris and Gabrielle Maxwell http wcr sonoma edu v1n1 morris html Victim Offender Mediation Mark Umbreit from the University of

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  • Alabama ADRC :: State Agency ADR
    Ethics Restorative Justice Circle Sentencing Criminal Mediation Victim Offender Conferencing More on Restorative Justice Portraits of Restorative Justice State Agency ADR Statistics Home Admin News for Alabama Neutrals News Blog Newsletters Facebook ADR Procedures Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures in Alabama with Mediation Model Need Legal Help Resources for Legal Assistance Share State Agency ADR Alabama State Agency ADR Support Group Expanded Alabama s Workplace Mediation Pilot Program The Alabama State Agency ADR Support Group was formed to carry on the work of the Governor s Task Force on State Agency ADR when it completed its mission and gave its final report to the governor in the fall of 2002 The support group similar to the federal ADR network is comprised of volunteers from the fellows program a dispute resolution training for government executives and began meeting in the Spring of 2003 Read Alabama Executive Order Number 07 pdf The support group will continue to collaborate on ways to implement ADR in Alabama agencies and is headed by co chairs Tori Adams Burks ALJ from the AG s office and John Wible Esq from public health both of whom were on the original task force Judy Keegan Esq of the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution will continue working with the group Subcommittee chairs are Bill Butler Contracts Procurement Carolyn Robinson Policies and Procedures Bryan Morgan Small Agencies Boards and Commissions The Support Group s stated long and short term goals include the following Long Term goals included The integration of ADR options in the working framework for dispute resolution for all state agencies boards and commissions Preparing a negotiated rulemaking informational brochure with training fro those agencies which could benefit from this ADR method Identifying and applying for funding with private and public sources to continue long term training goals Continuing

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  • Alabama ADRC :: Mediation and Arbitration Statistics
    ADR News Links Mediator Jobs on the Web Law School ADR Programs Videos Mediation Arbitration General ADR Restorative Justice Webinars Contact Us Resources AG Opinions Court ADR Executive Orders Executive Order 50 Executive Order 42 Executive Order 7 2015 Mediation Week Proclamation Ethics Legislation Uniform Collaborative Law Act Mediator Confidentiality Act Mandatory Mediation Act Arbitration Act Draft Private Judging Act Peer Mediation Publications CLE ADR Procedures in Alabama Handbook Judges Mediation Bench Book Seal the Deal CLE Practical Tips from Top Mediators Brochures Bookshop Resources ADR Organizations ADR News Links Find Mediator Jobs Law School ADR Programs Ethics Restorative Justice Circle Sentencing Criminal Mediation Victim Offender Conferencing More on Restorative Justice Portraits of Restorative Justice State Agency ADR Statistics Home Admin Loading News for Alabama Neutrals News Blog Newsletters Facebook ADR Procedures Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures in Alabama with Mediation Model Need Legal Help Resources for Legal Assistance Share The Center Statistics 1997 2014 Mediation Statistics 2014 Arbitration Cases by Subject Area Mediation and Arbitration Statistics Statical charts below are based on information provided by Mediators on The Alabama State Court Mediator Roster and Arbitrators on the The Alabama State Court Arbitrator Roster All reports are PDF format and should

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