The State of Georgia offers no real “certification” for neutrals. However, through proper training and application approval, neutrals can register with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. This means that neutrals are added to a registry of those eligible to act as a neutral in court-connected cases.
What does it take to become a registered neutral?
Those interested in registering in Georgia must meet certain qualifications. Follow the chart below, clicking on each box for more information regarding requirements. Note: information on out-of-state training can be found under “Complete Training Requirements”.