Mediation and negotiation blog tracking site ADRblogs.com reaches 200 mark, updates its look

ADRBLOGS.COMShortly after I began blogging in January 2005, I became interested in inventorying and tracking the slowly increasing number of blogs devoted to ADR.  In 2006 I created and launched ADRblogs.com, a site that catalogs blogs that discuss ADR, negotiation, consensus building, negotiation, conflict resolution, and human-centered innovations in law and justice. And a year ago I turned ADRblogs.com into a blog itself, enabling visitors to subscribe to either the RSS feed or email list to get alerts about the latest additions to the ADR blogosphere.

Today marks a major milestone. I just added the 200th ADR blog to the ADRblogs.com catalog – California-based attorney and mediator Steve Mehta’s Mediation Matters got the honors. Other recent additions include:

  • The eponymous blog of Daniel Rainey, the Director of Alternative Dispute Resolution Services for the National Mediation Board (NMB), an independent U.S. Government agency responsible for labor-management dispute resolution in the airline and railroad industries. Rainey is a long-time proponent of online dispute resolution (ODR).
  • Takeaways, discussing mediation-related topics. Each entry tells a story and offers a “takeaway” – an idea to chew on.
  • Maryland Mediation Blog, about mediation as an alternative to litigation for divorce and family issues.

Of course if you have a blog you’d like to submit for inclusion in ADRblogs.com, please let me know. Read the submission guidelines and then get in touch.

ADRblogs.com also got a new look – a nice, clean WordPress theme known as Thesis. Please stop by and check it out.

Comments are closed.