Connecticut ADR Organizations & Providers
Here for your benefit are links to the preeminent ADR organizations, agencies and companies involved in mediation/arbitration within the State of Connectictut.
The Academy has worked cooperatively with various bodies to ensure that only the most experienced professionals are included in our member roster. Note though that there are no formal certification requirements for the private practice of mediation or arbitration in Connecticut.
Connecticut Judicial Branch - ADR Programs Division
The CT Judicial Branch has embraced a host of ADR programs to deal with various cases, ranging from family disputes and mortgage foreclosures, through to arbitration of small claims. It also maintains a roster of judges who serve in court-annexed mediation matters, though most substantial civil/commercial matters in the state are mediated privately by members of our Academy. Visit website here.
Connecticut Bar Association - ADR Section
Like most State Bar associations, Connecticut has a flourishing ADR Section, which exists to further the practice of mediation and arbitration within the legal community. The section provides CLE opportunities to its members and acts as a forum to address key issues of concern to ADR practitioners across the state. (link)
Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce
The Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce (CCND) is the statewide non-profit professional organization of Connecticut mediators and collaborative divorce practitioners. Our membership includes attorneys, mental health professionals and financial specialists. Its mission is to change the way people divorce or separate in Connecticut by reducing conflict and improving the lives of family members, especially children. CCND also maintains a roster of family mediators based in CT (link).
America's Top Rated Civil Mediators & Arbitrators
Need a mediator or arbitrator from outside of Connecticut? NADN is pleased to recognize the most experienced civil/commercial neutrals around the United States, as voted by local litigators. Please feel free to visit our National Directory at www.NADN.org.