Alabama's Private Judging Act, signed into law in 2012, offers parties an alternative to waiting for a traditional court date in specific instances such as non-jury cases in domestic relations, contracts, and torts. Join us for this webinar discussing the Who, What, When, Where, and How of Private Judging.
Private Judging: The Who, What, When, Where and How
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Alabama CDR is the state office of dispute resolution. At the Center, we work with the courts, the Alabama State Bar, state agencies, schools, community mediation initiatives, and businesses to promote early and peaceful resolution of disputes. We are the administrative arm of the Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution.