Office of Dispute Resolution
Click on any of the boxes below or quick links on the right-hand side of the page to find information on mediation in Nebraska!
Chief Justice Mike Heavican (center) and mediation colleagues at March 9, 2011 Proclamation Signing include (L-R back): Casey Karges, Jane Martin-Hoffman, Justice Michael McCormack, Chief Justice, Debora Brownyard, Judy Pingel, Cindy Tierney.
The Office of Dispute Resolution is celebrating 20 years of mediation since the passage of the 1991 Dispute Resolution Act. Over 80,000 people have been served! On March 9, 2011, Chief Justice Mike Heavican accepted a proclamation from Governor Dave Heineman declaring March as Mediation Month in Nebraska, recognizing that in turbulent times of interpersonal and world conflict, mediators strive to help people communicate constructively, avoid violence, and resolve their differences effectively.
Mediation is available in all 93 counties of Nebraska (see map for Mediation Centers' service region). The Office of Dispute Resolution (ODR) partners with Nebraska's nonprofit mediation centers and the Douglas County District Court Conciliation and Mediation Office to provide mediation and dispute resolution to Nebraska's courts and citizens.
The Nebraska Supreme Court Office of Dispute Resolution
is located in the State Capitol Building, 12th Floor,
P.O. Box 98910
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 471-2766
Fax: (402) 471-3071
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