Dear ADRIO members: Many of you have heard that we are pleased to be working with Humber College to engage ADR practitioners and users in Ontario on completing a research survey that will impact the field of ADR positively in the future. Please see a letter from Mary Lee-lead researcher below. We value your participation.
Dear ADRIO Members, Please join us in welcoming Karla Tinoco as ADRIO’s new Office Administrator. Karla has experience in corporate governance, management, procurement and processes with a legal background. As well, she has experience in customer service in diverse environments and knowledge of alternative dispute resolution processes. Currently enrolled in the Global Business Management at Humber College Institute of Technology &
We are excited to bring back, for a fourth year in a row, Aspiring ADR Practitioners Week! From August 22 to 26, with a heightened focus on learning, mentoring and networking, join us for an interactive week dedicated to engaging and supporting the up-and-coming champions of the ADR field! Our goal is to help new
We are pleased to announce the publication of our Summer 2022 edition of ADR Update, Issue 109. Read this edition to learn about dispute resolution in gender-dominated workplaces, abuse victim/survivor sensitivities, a contribution from our President, updates from our Executive Director and so much more! Download a high-resolution copy of ADR Update, Issue 109 here.
On August 22, drop by our virtual “open house” where you can meet and talk with our Member Experience Specialist, Sue Jensen, about designations, sections, your professional pathway at ADRIO and everything membership related. Sue will go over the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the member experience at ADRIO.
Join us on September 13 for a business development workshop on writing effective RFP responses. Ever wonder why some people always win RFPs? Does responding to an RFP feel like an onerous task – one that takes a lot of time and energy and doesn’t produce the win-rate you want? Do you struggle to know
As a member of the ADR Institute of Ontario (ADRIO), you are also a member of the ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC). According to ADRIC’s General By-Law No.1, its Board of Directors includes one Director who is a member of ADRIO and is elected annually by ADRIO members. This year, the election of an ADRIO member
At the 2021 AGM, ADRIO members approved changes to the bylaws regarding governance structures and processes. These changes include the opportunity for members to self-nominate, a reduction in board size (17 members in 2022 and 13 members starting 2023) and a limit of four consecutive terms for directors. Members applying for nomination as a candidate
Dear ADRIO Members and Prospective Members, My name is Sioux (Sue) Jensen and I’m excited to join the staff team as the new Member Experience Specialist! I first discovered ADR in my paralegal program, and I enjoyed it so much I pursued further education at Lightstone Academy. It was there that I learned about ADRIO
ADRIO’s Submission – Attorney General’s Consultation on Mandatory Mediation and Single-Judge Proceedings In August 2020, ADRIO was invited by The Honourable Doug Downey, Attorney General of Ontario, to provide input and perspective on legislative potential changes to the mandatory mediation program and a single-judge model in the Superior Court of Justice. ADRIO’s Board Directors worked