Call for Authors for the Michigan Bar Journal Theme Issue
The ADR Section is privileged to be sponsoring the June 2015 ADR theme edition of the Michigan Bar Journal. We strongly encourage you to submit a proposed article to be a part of this great event.
The ADR Section will be providing four proposed articles to the State Bar. The authors must closely follow the manuscript requirements outlined here. Theme Journal issues have a maximum of 10,000 words, which usually breaks down to approximately four 2,500-word articles. The 2,500-word length includes footnotes.
Here is the schedule we will be following in obtaining, reviewing, and submitting ADR theme articles to the State Bar.
|June 15, 2014
||Deadline for proposed articles in Word to Lee Hornberger
|July 15, 2014
||Authors and subjects committed
|December 1, 2014
||Draft copy of article to ADR Section liaison
|February 1, 2015
||Draft copy of article to John Runyan
|March 15, 2015
||FINAL copy of article to SBM editor
||June Michigan Bar Journal published
You can find other useful information on the home page of the Publications
and Website Advisory Committee website.
View the June 2010 ADR theme issue of the Michigan Bar Journal.
You are urged to participate in this important publication. Your cooperation and courtesy are appreciated. If there are questions, please advise.
Lee Hornberger, Chair
Publications Team, ADR Section Council
ADR & the Business Courts—What Litigators & Neutrals Must Know About ADR Practices in Michigan's New Business Courts
Originally presented as a webinar on April 17, 2014
Michigan's Revised Uniform Arbitration Act-What You Need to Know
Demonstrating Cost-Effective & Efficient Resolution of Conflicts
The Alternative Dispute Resolution Section set out to demonstrate through studies and reporting agencies what it already knew; that ADR processes, such as mediation, facilitation, arbitration, and consensus building, along with the other processes discussed in Part I of the Compendium, indeed prevent and resolve conflicts and disputes in a cost-effective and efficient manner. These ADR processes can be adapted to the challenges facing private and public sectors, particularly as they operate in this strained economy.
- View the Compendium PDF