CourtADR.org is widely seen as the most comprehensive and respected source of information on court alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Highlights of CourtADR.org include:
- Instruction on developing and evaluating programs
- Sample court ADR rules
- Sample court forms
- A Research Library with abstracts of over 4,000 resources related to court ADR
- A comprehensive, national guide to court ADR systems in the US
- An in-depth guide to court ADR in Illinois
"RSI's CourtADR.org website provides an invaluable resource for designers of court ADR programs. Its bibliographic resources and its catalogs of sample court forms and rules are the most comprehensive available and are very user-friendly. We rely heavily on RSI's materials in our work training judges, lawyers, and court administrators from around the world."
Howard Herman, Director, ADR Program, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, San Francisco, and core faculty member for U.C. Hastings College of the Law's international institute on "Envisioning, Designing, and Implementing Court ADR."