Texas Association of Mediators 

Manage your Mediation Practice all in one Software Platform. 

ADR Notable is proud to offer the Texas Association of Mediators a special rate for all members. We are a mediation (and arbitration!) case and practice management software that supports you at every step of the dispute resolution process. Streamline, facilitate, and enhance your workflow with all the tools you need in one place. 

All TAM members receive 20% off our already-discounted annual subscription (that’s a total of 30%) with promo code TEXAS at registration! Get started with a free trial today or schedule a demo to see ADR Notable in action.

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Minimize paperwork while keeping track of cases and administrative work. ADR Notable helps with your management tasks all in one application.

Dashboard tracks, sorts, and filters cases. See your calendar, agenda, and case checklist reminders in one place.
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Library contains standard forms, reference materials, clauses used in the document builder, and checklists.
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Checklists ensure consistent processes with task reminders and provide practice tips when needed.
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Securely request, upload, and organize case documents from clients.
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Take and organize notes, reorder, link and track offers and counter proposals auto-transferred into the document builder to draft final agreements.

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Manage billing, custom split invoices, collect payments, and track accounts in an easy and streamlined manner all within the platform.

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What our user say

“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.”

Kenneth A. Grady, Professor at Michigan State University College of Law

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