Find Mediators Near You: Memberships for DR Grads and Students is pleased to offer a free one-year Premium Membership to recent Dispute Resolution Degree and Program Graduates at an established college or university. We also are offering a one-year Basic Membership for students in an ADR program.

Specifically, is offering all recent DR graduates a free 12 month Premium Membership, including our valued “Find a Mediator” directory and full access to all “member only” pages, a $390 value.

For Students in an accredited ADR Program we offer a Basic Membership at no charge for the first year, a $90 value. This gives full access to the “Members Only” sections of the website and information on upcoming events.

Full information on our Premium Membership and Basic Membership is at

Your Premium Membership includes comprehensive site access, including job postings, our newsletter: “This Week in Mediation,” and liability insurance eligibility.

To take part in this program, simply fill out the form below and we will be in contact within 24 hours.

For current students, please sign up for free comprehensive Basic Membership. This will give you comprehensive site access (All Articles, News, Video, Job & Career Information excluding paid trainings) and the weekly newsletter, This Week in Mediation.

**This is for first time members who have not previously obtained a Premium Membership with
**Paid for trainings at excluded
**No payment information is requested. 

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