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New Mexico Courts

Tribunales de Nuevo México

This page provides information about Requests for Proposals, Information, or Letters from the Administrative Office of the Courts and the Judicial Information Division.


RFL FY19 - Regional Coordinator for Magistrate Court Mediation Program


Request for Letters of Interest: Regional Coordinator for Magistrate Court Mediation Program

Due Date: January 25, 2019 at 5:00 pm MST 

The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) invites letters from all alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professionals (Offerors) interested in providing services in accordance with the specifications contained in the complete Request for Letters of Interest packet. The purpose of this Request is to establish a contract for a Magistrate Court Mediation Program (MCMP) Regional Coordinator to provide professional oversight, including regular mentoring and occasional training, to ensure the provision of high quality court mediation services. The Regional Coordinator will be responsible for occasional recruitment and regular oversight of volunteer mediators in the Central Region including the following courts: The Bernalillo Magistrate Court in Sandoval County and the Los Lunas & Belen Magistrate Courts in Valencia County.  Please contact Mateo S. Page, ADR Statewide Program Manager, at for the complete Request for Letters of Interest packet.

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