World Directory of ADR Blogs adds its first Turkish and French blogs

worldinternetconnectI’ve just added two new blogs to the World Directory of ADR Blogs, my ongoing project to track and catalog ADR and negotiation blogs around the globe. Allow me to introduce them to you:

  • Arabulucu Blog, a Turkish language blog, bears the distinction of being Turkey’s first and only blog about mediation and negotiation. It is published by mediator Samil Demir, who is based in Ankara.
  • dominique.lopez-eychenie is the eponymous blog of French lawyer and mediator Dominique Lopez-Eychenie who practices in Lille. In addition to her many other professional accomplishments, Dominique is the Vice President and founding member of Nord Mediation. She blogs about mediation, negotiation, alternative dispute resolution, and collaborative law.

I’d like to wish both these bloggers the best of success and to offer them a warm welcome to the ADR blogosphere.

I’m always on the look-out for blogs to add to the World Directory. If you publish or know of a blog that you’d like me to add, please let me know. It’s a commercial-free site, and there is no cost to be listed. The Directory has information on submitting your blog and some simple submission guidelines.

(With thanks to Negotiation Guru Jens Thang for kindly introducing me to Dominique and her blog.)

2 responses to “World Directory of ADR Blogs adds its first Turkish and French blogs

  1. Hi Diane,
    I am very happy (what a honour !) to be added now here and also on your so rich world directory of ADR blogs which is THE world reference website to share on our topics preferred after the kindly post under a marvellous photo of the Tower Eiffel de Jens Thang, the negotiation Guru.
    TIP: you have a link on my first page to read my blog in English
    you can write to me also on my blog in english
    my goal is on my first page so indicated :” NEWS OF THE MEDIATION to promote exchange on its legal and judicial aspects but also methodological and ethical to promote a professional accreditation of mediation in France and Europe and a better understanding of its practice in the world”



  2. Dominique, thank you for your message! It’s a pleasure to learn of your work and to discover your blog.

    Best wishes,