Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
This section provides resources for QLS members interested in using alternative dispute resolution in their practice.
You will find more information in our dispute resolution services section.
Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) Practitioners
To find a FDR practitioner, please search the Family Dispute Resolution Register.
To find information on how to become a FDR practitioner, please search Attorney-General’s Department website
Alternative Dispute Resolution resources
Resources and key links
Proctor Articles and online articles
- "Bond opens family dispute resolution clinic" QLS Proctor, August 2017
- "Limited scope representation in dispute resolution" QLS Ethics Centre, August 2017
- "Time for a dispute resolution centre?" QLS ADR Committee, December 2016
- "Family law and arbitration: Unfamiliar bedfellows?" Rebekah Bassano, February 2016
- "Australia's arbitral advance: Legislative changes to foster growth" Dr Kai Luck, February 2016
- "International investment courts: Are they next in the evolution of ISDS arbitration?" Liam Prescott and Arndt Herrmann, December 2015
- "All aboard the shuttle? Pros and cons of the shuttle approach to family mediation" Linda Kochanski, November 2015
- "Alternative or mainstream? Is it time to take the 'A' out of ADR?", Paul Coves, October 2015
- "All in agreement? Don't lose your heads" Tim Case and Suzie Emery, September 2015
- "Interpretation of commercial arbitration Acts" Annie Leeks and Raghav Gupta, August 2015
- "Online resolution - Is this the future for disputes?" Hamish Clift, June 2015
- "Complexities of elder mediation - Multi-party, multi-issue and multi-generation" Amanda Molomby, May 2015"Focus on solicitor-mediators" Toby Boys, April 2015
- "Domestic building disputes - A commercial or therapeutic approach?" Mardee Campbell, March 2015
- "Coaching for conflict management" Patrick Wedge, February 2015