Did you know that RSI’s Resource Center is the most comprehensive and respected source of information on court ADR anywhere? Housed within the Resource Center is the Research Library which has an extensive annotated collection of court ADR resources such as articles, studies, court rules, statutes and court forms.
As RSI’s Resource Center Director, each month I add new resources to the Research Library. The following list highlights a few of the resources that have recently been added.
- A Meaningful Opportunity to Participate: A Handbook for Georgia Court Officials on Courtroom Accessibility for Individuals with Disabilities by the Judicial Council of Georgia
- ADA Website Accessibility Checklist by the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division
- APA Bias-Free Language Guide by the American Psychological Association
- Collecting Race and Ethnicity Data by Kathryn Genthon, M.S.; Diane Robinson, Ph.D.; National Center for State Courts
- Eight Lessons to Consider for ODR Implementation by the National Center for State Courts
- Eviction Prevention and Diversion Programs – Early Lessons from the Pandemic by Mark Treskan, et al.
- Getting Landlords and Tenants to Talk – The Use of Mediation in Eviction by Brian Bieretz, et al.
- Guidelines for Inclusive Language by the Linguistic Society of America
- Justice Served, Housing Preserved: The Ramsey County Housing Court by Colleen Ebinger, et al.
- NCFCJ Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Collaborative – DEI Resources by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
I hope these resources are helpful to you in your work!