Supreme Court Adopts Rule Amendments
The amendments to arbitration and mediation rules are effective May 1, 2023.
North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission Unveils New Logo
The previous DRC logo has been retired and no longer used by the Commission.
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Mediator Certification Renewal Fiscal Year 2023-2024Renewal Period: July 1, 2023 - September 30, 2024
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The North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission was established in October of 1995, pursuant to N.C. Gen. Stat. § 7A-38.2. The Commission is charged primarily with certifying and regulating private mediators who serve the courts of this State. The Commission also recommends policy, rules, and rule revisions relating to dispute resolution in North Carolina's courts; provides support to court-based mediation programs; certifies mediation training programs; serves as a clearinghouse for information about court-based mediation programs; assists other State agencies interested in or providing dispute resolution services to their constituencies; publishes a newsletter, and maintains this website.