Once you watch the videos and review the California Court ADR site from the lesson, search your state and local government website for similar programs. Please explain the program you find. Be sure to let the class know what aspects it highlights, what processes it has available and any differences from the California site. Please make sure to include the website link so that others can view the site. For an interesting perspective, take a look at “Mediation in Wonderland” at http://www.courts.state.va.us/courtadmin/aoc/djs/programs/drs/mediation/resources/resolutions/2016/mar2016.pdf
Pring, G. (., & Pring, C. (. (2015). Twenty-first century environmental dispute resolution – is there an ‘ECT’ in your future? dagger]. Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law, 33(1), 10-33. doi:http://dx.doi.org.ezproxy2.apus.edu/10.1080/02646811.2015.1008846
Marvinney, C. A. (2014). Mediation in the united states circuit courts of appeals: A survey. FDCC Quarterly, 64(1), 53-67.
Webster, M. K. (2015). Alternative courts and drug treatment: Finding a rehabilitative solution for addicts in a retributive system. Fordham Law Review, 84(2), 855.
Additional Reading on the use of ADR in the Government at http://www.adr.gov/fai.html