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Alternative Dispute Resolution: Alternative Dispute Resolution

This Research Guide provides information about and links to the Marvin & Virginia Schmid Law Library's most popular and most-cited alternative dispute resolution resources. Topics covered: ADR, arbitration, mediation, and negotiations.

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The following print resources relate to ADR generally. Resources located in the library include basic descriptions, call numbers, and are hyperlinked to the full Schmid Law Library catalog record for the item. Titles located in major databases also include basic descriptions and hyperlinks. 

For print resources that address arbitration, mediation, or negotiation, please refer to the following pages:

Library Books


Bloomberg Law 

Guides users through alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options, such as arbitration and mediation. Offers a wealth of practical "how to" advice, including forms, checklists, examples, and drafting guidance. 

Provides users with information about the processes of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options, such as arbitration and mediation. Offers users insight into how to begin each process as well as draft agreements.  


Chapter 16 focuses on Alternative Dispute Resolution within the employment sector in Nebraska, primarily mediation and arbitration. This publication is also available in print at the Schmid Law Library's circulation desk.


A comprehensive treatise that provides you with a comprehensive discussion of negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and other alternative dispute resolution processes, examining techniques, procedures, and underlying statutory and case law.

Guides the attorney through a variety of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options, such as arbitration, mediation, private judging, dispute review boards, partnering, and others. Also provides invaluable guidance in selecting the appropriate ADR option for your case, offers topic-specific analysis and advice for select topics, and offers a wealth of practical "how to" advice, including practice tips throughout, checklists, illustrative case examples, and drafting guidance. 

Provides a collection of practical materials for corporate counsel on commonly used Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) techniques. It includes materials on arbitration (both domestic and international), negotiation, mini-trials, mediation, summary jury trials, ADR programs in place at various companies, resolving employment-related disputes, ADR providers, professional organizations, and Internet resources, resolving domain name disputes, and resolving Magnuson-Moss warranty disputes. It also provides sample forms and clauses.