Thursday, December 28, 2006

Online Guide to Mediation welcomes readers back with three more additions to the World Directory of ADR Blogs

World Directory of ADR BlogsAlthough traveling is fun, it's certainly true that there's no place like home. In both the real world and here in cyberspace, it's great to be back.

To kick off my return to blogging, I'd like to share with you the latest additions to the World Directory of ADR Blogs: is the blog and web site of an enthusiastic and innovative team of mediators based in Seville, Spain, whose practice focuses on family and scholastic mediation, headed up by dispute resolution professional Isabel Medina. From the web site: "Somos un equipo joven de Mediadores con mucho entusiasmo y ganas de aportar nuestro granito de arena para la resolución de conflictos tanto en el seno de la familia como en el los centros escolares. A pesar de nuestra juventud tenemos ya una amplia experiencia en distintos campos de la Mediación. Isabel Medina es la Coordinadora de"

Sanns Mediation Services Blog. This blog posts information about mediation, arbitration, resolution, and family law in New Jersey. Published by mediator and arbitrator Marvin Schuldiner.

ADR Society at the University of Richmond School of Law Blog. Dedicated to building relationships between students and professionals in the disciplines of arbitration and mediation, the ADR Society of the University of Richmond School of Law publishes a blog which shares information and news of events for members, students, and faculty. The ADR Society provides CLE opportunities for the Virginia area and hopes to promote and further the use of alternative methods through education of both the local community and students.

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.