Weblogs published by workplace conflict resolution expert and voting and elections mediator latest additions to the World Directory of ADR Blogs
The World Directory of ADR Blogs just keeps growing. Today's additions are:
Just in time for U.S. Election Day on November 7 comes Votelaw, a blog occupying the intersection of politics and law: redistricting, campaign finance, the right to vote, election law and administration, and politicians in trouble. Votelaw is published by Alabama attorney and mediator Edward Still, whose mediation practice includes not only employment, discrimination, civil rights, consumer, education, and land use cases but also voting and elections matters. (Edward will also be hosting the November 6 "Law Blog the Vote" edition of Blawg Review, the weekly review of the best in law blogging.)
The Work It Out Blog
The Work it Out Blog is published by Allan Revich, a Toronto-based mediator and negotiator specializing in union and management issues. This blog contains information and commentary about conflict management and negotiation, with an emphasis on workplace issues.
A warm welcome to both these blogs.
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My friend Geoff Sharp, incidentally, has written "The Mediator’s Guide to the Blogosphere", a superb article posted at Mediate.com and their first one ever on blogging, which spells out some compelling reasons why mediators should get in on the blogging fun. Don't miss it.
(As always, if you wish to add your blog or someone else's to the World Directory of ADR Blogs, please let me know. It's a commercial-free site, and there is no cost to be listed. The Directory has information on submitting your blog and submission guidelines.)
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