Agency 187 - Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission

  1. Rule 187.00.01-001 - Requirement for the Conduct of Mediations and Mediators- Rules of conduct to which mediators on the Arkansas Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission's Roster of Mediators must adhere.
  2. Rule 187.00.01-002 - Guidelines for Mediator Skills and Qualifications - Required before a person can be placed on the Roster of mediators
  3. Rule 187.00.03-001 - Requirements for the Certification of Mediators for Circuit Courts
  4. Rule 187.00.03-002 - Requirements for the Certification of Mediators for Circuit Courts and Procedures for the Discipline of Mediators
  5. Rule 187.00.07-001 - Minimum Standards for Basic Mediation Training
  6. Rule 187.00.07-002 - Requirements for the Conduct of Mediation and Mediators
  7. Rule 187.00.07-003 - Requirements for the Certification of Mediators for Arkansas Circuit Courts
  8. Rule 187.00.09-001 - Continuing Mediation Education Requirements for Certified Mediators
  9. Rule 187.00.09-002 - Requirements for the Certification of Mediator for Arkansas Circuit Courts
  10. Rule 187.00.09-003 - Minimum Standards for Mediation Training
  11. Rule 187.00.12-001 - Requirements of the Conduct of Mediation and Mediators
  12. Rule 187.00.12-002 - Requirements for the Certification of Mediators for Arkansas Circuit Courts
  13. Rule 187.00.13-001 - Requirements for the Certification of Mediators for the State Employment Grievance Program
  14. Rule 187.00.13-002 - Requirements for the Conduct of Mediation and Mediators for the State Employee Grievance Program
  15. Rule 187.00.13-003 - Requirements for the Certification of Mediators for the Circuit Courts
  16. Rule 187.00.17-004 - Requirements for the Certification of Mediators for Circuit Courts
  17. Rule 187.00.17-005 - Requirements for the Certification of Mediators for the State Employee Grievance Program
  18. Rule 187.00.17-006 - Continuing Mediation Education Requirements for Certified Mediators

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