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Atlantic Province Organizations & Service Providers

Here for your benefit are links to the preeminent ADR organizations, agencies and companies involved in mediation/arbitration within the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswich, Newfoundland & Labrador and Prince Edward Island.

The Academy has worked cooperatively with various national bodies to ensure that only the most experienced professionals are included in our member roster. Note though that there are no requirements for formal certification for the private practice of mediation or arbitration in Canada.

Collegial ADR Associations

ADR Atlantic Institute

The Atlantic Region Chapter of the ADR Institute of Canada, ADRAI is a non-profit association for mediators and arbitrators. Its function is to provide the public with the means to resolve disputes of all kinds through mediation, arbitration and other voluntary methods, and to act as a national centre of information, education and research on dispute resolution.

ADRAI seeks to assist the public in finding ADR professionals, providing an online directory of mediators and arbitrators with various levels of experience and qualifications - most neutrals listed are non-lawyers, but many have expertise in family disputes. ADRAI has certification procedures, C.Med and C.Arb, which ensures competency levels for accredited members. The Institute also provides a regulatory infrastructure that includes a Code of Ethics and a Code of Conduct for Mediators that set high standards of practice, as well as providing a complaint and discipline process for any dissatisfied user of ADR services.

Canadian Academy of Distinguished Neutrals

Canada's Top Rated Civil Mediators & Arbitrators

Need an experienced civil mediator or arbitrator from outside of the Atlantic Provinces? Our national association, CADN,  is pleased to recognize the most trusted civil/commercial neutrals around Canada, as rated by local litigators. Please feel free to visit our National Directory at www.Mediators.ca.

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