The Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution is the policy-making body appointed by the Georgia Supreme Court to oversee the development of court-connected ADR programs in Georgia. The body, composed of judges, lawyers and non-lawyer members, meets on a regular basis to consider issues important to the development of court-connected ADR in Georgia.
The Commission has created a statewide plan for ADR in Georgia that plan enables any superior, state, probate, magistrate or juvenile court in Georgia to offer litigants alternatives to trial.
The mission of the Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution is to help the Georgia Supreme Court fulfill its Constitutional mandate to “provide for the speedy, efficient, and inexpensive resolution of disputes and prosecutions” in the judiciary.
The Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution and Judicial Council of Georgia, Administrative Office of the Courts (JC/AOC) has made this page available for access to the registrar, directory, and resources. If you need any assistance or need additional information or forms, please reach out to us at 404-463-3808 or email@example.com.