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The Fulton County Alternative Dispute Resolution Board of Trustees is seeking proposals for mediation services for particular areas of the Fulton County ADR Program. Please review the following links for formal announcement and RFPs. Announcement link
ADR Request for Proposal and Addendum - MJP
ADR Request for Proposal and Addendum - Landlord/Tenant

Fulton County Alternative Dispute Resolution Pre-Proposal Virtual Conference August 4, 2021

Alternative Dispute Resolution

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Superior Court of Fulton County
160 Pryor Street, J3-Suite JG26
Charles L. Carnes Justice Center Building
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Office Number: 404-612-4549



Alternative Dispute Resolution, commonly referred to as ADR, is a program that offers alternatives to litigation and provides opportunities for early, party-driven, fair resolution of conflicts. The purpose of ADR is to facilitate settlements and agreements on issues defined by the parties.

While traditional litigation may serve parties' interests well in some situations, many cases have needs that can be better met through other procedures, such as Mediation or Judicially Hosted Settlement Conferences.

ADR programs also benefit the courts by reducing time spent in courtrooms that is costly not just to the parties, but to the courts in terms of effective use of resources (facilities, employees, judges, security, etc).