Keep it smart and simple

Everything you need to manage your practice and your cases in a single platform.

Prepare to succeed

Pull up a checklist, open your case documents, and start idenitfying issues on your Noteboard. You walk into every session prepared and confident!

Generate movement toward agreement

The patented Digital Noteboard helps you track Issues, Facts, and Proposals easily and securely.

Find expert advice

Maintain your own personal reference library of documents and forms, and access valuable resources like the Lande Checklist Collection.

Keep it in the cloud

Have everything you need, where and when you need it.

Save Money

Don't spend extra for pricey scheduling tools and CRMs. They're already built in and work seamlessly with your Office 365 or Google Workspace.

“Cobbling together software packages to handle your mediation matters takes excessive time, creates mistake opportunities as you transfer data, and diverts attention from value-adding work. I like ADR Notable because it integrates the time-saving tech you need in one software package enabling you to spend your time providing value to your clients and building your mediation practice.”

Ken Grady

A comprehensive guide to starting your dispute resolution practice

  • Over 100 pages of key information
  • Five comprehensive checklists to help you apply what you learn
  • A curated free resource list for each section of the Guide
  • 100% free!
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Case Intake

Intake made easy

Input client and mediation info in seconds to create a case in no time at all.

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Billing

Billing built for dispute resolution professionals

Bill hourly, fixed rate, or a flat fee, apply advanced fees, custom split the payments, accept multiple types of payments, and track the statuses of all accounts

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Scheduling

A state-of-the-art solution to save you time and money

Our mediation Scheduling Software makes booking sessions easier than ever!

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FAQs


I like the idea of using ADR Notable, but I think I should wait until I build up my practice a bit. When is the optimal time to start?

We frequently hear some version of this question. There is a lot to do when you're launching a new practice and your attention is probably focused on building a client base. But ADR Notable Users tell us that they are glad they started using the platform right away, or in retrospect, they wish they had started right away. See why starting a new practice with ADR Notable makes sense in this article.


Does ADR Notable offer Mediation Training?

ADR Notable has a number of excellent Training Partners. You will find them on the Find a Trainer page on our website. Not only do these trainers excel at providing basic and advanced training, but when you train with an ADR Notable training partner, the training materials from your course will be pre-loaded in your ADR Notable Library, putting them right in your workspace. Plus, you will receive a 90-day free Training Subscription and a discounted monthly or annual subscription after the 90 days.


How much does ADR Notable cost?

ADR Notable has a plan for everyone. The most economical is an annual subscription which is what most of our users opt for. But you can also subscribe monthly and those who only mediate a few times a year may prefer to license a case at a time. (Single case licenses are almost always passed through to the parties as a case expense.) If you have three or more neutrals, talk to us about an Enterprise Plan. See all the plans here.


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