California Dispute Resolution Council (CDRC)

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General Information

  • Official name: California Dispute Resolution Council (CDRC)
  • Country: USA
  • City: Glendora
  • Type of organization: Non-profit organization
  • Date of creation: 1994
  • Interests: Mediation - Training
  • Fields of expertise: All kinds of Disputes


CDRC is a statewide, non-profit organization comprised of commercial and non-commercial Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) neutrals, providers and educators. Their members range from the largest ADR organizations to individual practitioners and non-profit community dispute resolution programs. Their membership also includes organizations and individuals who use ADR services and want to preserve ADR as an accessible, efficient, and effective means of dispute resolution.


  • Develop, support, and influence legislation and public policies promoting effective and accessible conflict resolution services.
  • Promote high standards of conduct.
  • Provide a forum for building consensus and implementing principles and policies affecting the practice of dispute resolution.

Web Site Contents

On their web site can be found many resources regarding the status of the practice of ADR in California, what they see on the horizon, what they have done in the past to protect ADR, and ways you can get involved.

CDRC also has a list of links for upcoming Programs and trainings, and a What’s New page to keep you updated on the latest developments in ADR.


1430 South Grand Avenue # 256 Glendora, CA 91740- USA

Phone: 866-216-CDRC (2372)

Fax: 626-974-5439


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