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ADR Ethics Board Seeking Family Law Mental Health Professional Member

I write to you in my capacity as the Chair of the ADR Ethics Board. We have two openings for the Board: one for a judicial officer and another where we are hoping to get a mental health provider, as our non-judicial membership is mostly comprised of attorneys. The overwhelming number of complaints we receive are regarding family law, so we are also focusing on providers who are experienced in family law. Finally, we are hoping to increase our presence on the Board from Greater Minnesota.

I encourage you to consider applying even if you do not fit within one of these categories. If you know of someone you think might be interested and a good addition to the Board who does fit in one of those categories, please encourage that person to apply. Click here for the application link to apply.

If you want more information about the ADR Ethics Board, you can find it on this link.

The deadline to apply is 4:30 Monday November 30, 2020.

James Street Referee of District Court Second Judicial District

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