Welcome to the National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council (NADRAC) website. NADRAC hopes you will find the information on this website helpful.
Launch of Your Guide to Dispute Resolution on 23 July 2012
NADRAC is pleased to announce that the Council's latest publication Your guide to dispute resolution was launched by the Australian Attorney-General on 23 July 2012.
Your guide to dispute resolution is a resource to help ordinary Australians understand a bit more about alternative dispute resolution (ADR). It will also be useful for practitioners, who can use it for educating their clients about the basics of ADR.
Copies of the guide are available to download.
A limited number of hard copies of the guide, as well as brochures explaining some ADR basics and giving details about finding the guide online, are also available. To obtain copies of the guide or brochures, please contact the Australian Attorney General's Department at email@example.com or 02 6141 4180, letting us know how many copies you'd like, along with your postal address.
NADRAC's new Reference
NADRAC is excited to announce our current Terms of Reference. In the Reference the Attorney-General has requested that NADRAC assist in developing a dispute resolution culture in Australia. This opportunity is welcomed by NADRAC as it enables us to focus on reviewing and consolidating various themes of work arising out of our recent reports.
NADRAC has been tasked with providing support to:
- Federal Government agencies and the legal profession in developing a dispute management culture, and
- the community in developing a dispute resolution culture through producing and disseminating Your Guide to Dispute Resolution in collaboration with the Attorney-General's Department
NADRAC has also been asked to support the development of better evidence based ADR policy in collaboration with the Attorney-General's Department.
Details of the Reference are available below:
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ADR is used throughout the site to refer to "alternative dispute resolution"