MSBA ADR Section
Annual Report
2021-2022

Section Membership

As of June 29, 2022, the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Section has 340 members.

Financial Status

The Section had an account balance of $13,381.57 as of April 30, 2022.

CLEs & Events

The Section hosted/co-hosted 9 CLE programs and 4 virtual socials in fiscal year 2021-2022.  

Program / Event Title

Date

Event Code

CLE Credits

Number of Attendees

Mental Health Issues within Mediation - Some Ethical Implications

05/10/22

458701

1.0 Ethics and ADR Rule 114 credits

63

Future of Mediation & Frontiers of Conflict Resolution-Imagining a Conflict Revolution Plus In-Person Social (co-sponsored with MHSL ADR Society)

04/12/22

455225

1.0 Standard and ADR Rule 114 credits

82

Intimate Partner Violence Dynamics for Mediators and Attorneys

03/08/22

449447

1.0 Standard and ADR Rule 114 credits

60

Shaping the Arbitration - Pre-Hearing Management

02/08/22

444079

1.0 Standard and ADR Rule 114 credits

75


How Do You Make Uncomfortable Situations Comfortable

01/11/22

439600

1.0 Standard and ADR Rule 114 credits

57

Dispute Resolution Neutral Cultural Competence - What Does this Mean?

12/14/21

431599

1.0 Ethics and ADR Rule 114 credits 

63

How Bias Affects ADR

11/09/21

424572

1.0 Elimination of Bias and ADR Rule 114 credits

55

Advanced Issues in Online ADR

10/12/21

419827

1.0 Standard and ADR Rule 114 credits

64

Party-Appointed Arbitrators - The Presumption of Bias

 09/14/21 4123541.0 Ethics and ADR Rule 114 credits  68


An addition to the monthly CLE programs, the Section held informal virtual round-table socials (without CLE credits) on the following lead topics:  

 Discussion on Implicit Bias in Mediation
 Ethics in ADR and Social Networking
 Dealing with High Conflict Personalities in ADR
 Autumn ADR Section Open Roundtable