Report: Advancing Alternative Dispute Resolution in the New Mexico Judiciary


The National Center for State Courts released recently Advancing Dispute Resolution in the New Mexico Judiciary. The report addresses 10 recommendations for New Mexico’s ADR program:

  • Create and Permanently Staff a Supreme Court ADR Commission
  • Leverage Court Programs through Collaboration with Other NM Organizations
  • Maximize Internal Court System Resources to Enhance ADR Programs
  • Structure New and Expanded ADR Initiatives in Phases and Pilot Projects
  • Enhance ADR Training, Management and Operations Through Technology
  • Nurture Different Approaches in Large and Small Court Jurisdictions
  • Publicize and Market a “Multi-Door Courthouse” Concept
  • Give Self-Represented Litigants Adequate Access to Court-Annexed ADR
  • Grow the Number and Quality of ADR Neutrals and Court Programs
  • Upgrade Services through Long-Term, Dedicated Funding

Find the report here.

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