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“Just Court ADR” Wins CPR Award

Susan M. Yates, January 22nd, 2013

I am thrilled to report that Just Court ADR won the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution’s (CPR Institute) “Best Electronic Media About ADR Award.” CPR’s esteemed award is presented annually to “a company, group, or individual that has produced exceptional electronic media that was focused on the field of ADR.” Everyone at RSI is very proud of this recognition of our work and grateful to CPR for bestowing it.

As regular readers know, on Just Court ADR RSI staff members discuss current issues in court ADR, bringing fresh information and unique perspectives to these topics. This blog is one of the many methods we use to disseminate information on court ADR in pursuit of our mission to strengthen justice by enhancing court ADR systems through expertise in program development, research and resources. We are so grateful to you, our loyal readers, for making this blog such a success. Thank you!

RSI’s Vice Chair, Terry Moritz, and I were on hand when CPR presented its 30th Annual Awards for Outstanding Scholarship in ADR in La Jolla, California, on January 17, 2013. I accepted the award on RSI’s behalf.

For additional information about the awards, please see the CPR Institute’s press release here. Congratulations to all of this year’s winners.

About CPR Institute

CPR Institute is a nonprofit think tank and alliance of global corporations, law firms, scholars, and public institutions dedicated to the principles of commercial conflict prevention and alternative dispute resolution. It works to educate and motivate General Counsel, their corporations, and law firms around the world toward an increased reliance on alternative forms of dispute resolution rather than litigation. For more information, please visit www.cpradr.org.

We at RSI thank all of our readers, and especially those who comment, for your support and your interest. We will do our best to continue to merit your time and attention.

One Response to ““Just Court ADR” Wins CPR Award”

  1. Linda Beitz says:

    Wow! Wonderful news, Susan – and little surprise. You all do a great job of stimulating our thinking in your blog – sharing research and insights. So glad you received the acknowledgment due to you. Thanks for sharing the good news.

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