Resolution Institute conference
Spotlight on practice
16–17 October 2019, Wellington NZ
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What is ADR?
ADR (alternative dispute resolution) usually describes dispute resolution where an independent person (an ADR practitioner, such as a mediator) helps people in dispute to try to sort out the issues between them. ADR can help people to resolve a dispute before it becomes so big that a court or tribunal becomes involved. ADR can be very flexible and can be used for almost any kind of dispute; even those that would never go to a court or tribunal.
NADRAC, Your Guide to Dispute Resolution, 2012