ADR Notable is the first product of its kind. Because this will be a new experience for all users, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to learn about ADR Notable, to try it out, and to see how it can help you every day. This is why, as we introduce ADR Notable to the dispute resolution community, we are offering a free trial, with no credit card information required at sign-up. What could be easier than that?
Will I have access to all functions of the platform during the free trial period?
With one exception. You can enter information about your practice, set up cases, request documents from participants, upload your own forms and frequently-used clauses, take notes during a session, prepare agreement documents, generate summary reports, and then securely delete all your notes each time you close a case (or not, as you choose). You can even send out invoices and bill clients. There are plenty of other features you will want to check out, too.
The exception is Scheduling, which is available at no additional cost to all monthly, annual, and enterprise subscribers. You can see how Scheduling works in this self-guided demo:
What is the best way to get familiar with the platform during the free trial?
During your free trial period, you will receive email messages from ADR Notable, describing the features and providing aids for exploring them. These are designed so that you can spend a short period of time on each message and still get a good feel for the platform over the course of the free trial
I'm an attorney who only mediates cases a few times a year. What if I sign up and only have one case during the free trial period?
That's no problem. We understand the range of dispute resolution activity levels and we have you covered! In addition to the monthly and annual subscriptions, we have included an option for you to purchase a license for a single case, as needed. So if a subscription doesn't seem to make sense for you, ADR Notable will still be available to you when you need it, one case at a time. See the full range of ADR Notable plans.
Will all the documents and information I entered during the trial period still be available to me after converting to an ongoing subscription?
Yes, there will be a seamless conversion from the free trial to an ongoing subscription, whether you choose to acquire a certain number of single case licenses, purchase a subscription, or create an enterprise option for your firm. More information about all payment plans is available at adrnotable.com/pricing.
I would like for everyone in my practice to use ADR Notable. Is there a group membership option?
Yes, we do offer an Enterprise Plan that is ideal if you are in a firm or practice with more than three professionals. Contact us at email@example.com to find out more about this plan.