Welcome to the NM Court Connected ADR Research Website


 9:30 am at the John E. Brown Juvenile Justice Center

 5100 Second Street NW, Albuquerque NM

The following documents have been posted here for the meeting:

2013 Statewide ADR Commission Annual Report

Proposed Rules Governing Court-Connected Mediation Services - NM - 8.6.13

ADR letter_Supreme Court rules-John Feldman


NCSC Trends in State Court  2013-Improving-Alternative-Dispute-Resolution-in-New-Mexico

This website is an online library to support the work of the New Mexico Statewide ADR Commission.  Reseach is on-going to examine national, state, and local court-connected dispute resolution.  As useful source documents are located by researchers, the documents may be posted here.  This is a public website.  Anyone may download any document. 

Documents for posting should be forwarded to David Levin.  By submiting a document for posting, the person making the submission is certifying that all copyright requirements have been meet and that the posting of the document here is a permitted use.

RSI's Court ADR Resource Center is also an excellent website for documents.   www.courtadr.org   See in particular The Court ADR Instruction Manual, and the section on "Rules Nuts and Bolts."

The  National Center for State Courts's “Final Report, Advancing Alternative Dispute Resolution in the New Mexico Judiciary: Key Strategies to Save Time and Money” is at http://www.nmcourts.gov/pdf/NCSC_New_Mexico_ADR_Final_ReportWithAppendices04-19-2011.pdf

TNe New Mexico Statewide ADR Commission membership was established by the Order of the Supreme Court entered January 4, 2012.

See Toolbox Page for Done Ana County Magistrate Court Mediation Services Development Symposium March 20-21, 2013