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Law Review Articles
Due to the nature of ODR, the best place to learn more about ODR is through law review articles. In particular, two authors (Colin Rule and Amy Schmitz) have extensive experience and scholarship in the area of ODR and helped with my research. Below are a list of law review articles that should be read to learn more about ODR. Some of these sources are available via Google and others require a subscription to access the information. The information learned from these articles was used throughout this website.
National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution Blog
This blog and website has a significant amount of information about ODR. It includes information about ODR conferences, ethics and ODR, affiliated ODR platforms, several ODR resources, and a list of ODR providers.
Wolters Kluwer Online Dispute Resolution Blog
This blog, written by both professors and practitioners, focuses on innovations and developments within ODR.
Modria is a ODR platform that companies and governments use to deliver fast and fair resolutions to disputes of any type and volume. This blog focuses on advancements made within the ODR community.
JAMS ADR Blog
JAMS is the largest private alternative dispute resolution (ADR) provider in the world. This blog focuses specifically on ODR advancing disputes.