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North Carolina Supreme Court Amends Mediation Rule Sets and Adopts New Standard of Professional Conduct for Mediators

North Carolina Supreme Court Amends Mediation Rule Sets and Adopts New Standard of Professional Conduct for Mediators

The Supreme Court’s orders were adopted on 4 April 2023, and the amendments become effective on 1 May 2023.


The Supreme Court of North Carolina has approved amendments to five rule sets that affect mediations in North Carolina and has adopted a new standard of professional conduct for mediators. The Supreme Court’s orders were adopted on 4 April 2023, and the amendments become effective on 1 May 2023. The orders can be accessed on the webpage for each affected rule set:

Among other things, the Supreme Court’s orders amend the attendance rules for mediations and add a standard of professional conduct that prohibits unlawful discrimination within the mediation process. All interested persons are encouraged to read the Supreme Court’s orders in their entirety.

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