Maryland Courts

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Program

Mediation Video Screen ShotSecond Circuit Administrative Judge Thomas G. Ross, Clerk of Court, Scott MacGlashan, and ADR Chairperson, Robert Mueller recently appeared on QAC-TV to discuss the new Mediation Program in the Queen Anne's County Circuit Court. To watch the video, go to Click on "Circuit Court" > Click on "QA's New Mediation Program."

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) means the process of resolving matters in pending litigation through a settlement conference, neutral case evaluation, neutral fact-finding, arbitration, mediation, other non-judicial dispute resolutions process, or combination of those processes. The Queen Anne's County Circuit Court encourages the use of ADR in accordance with Title 17 of the Maryland Rules of Procedure.

The Court maintains a list of approved mediators (PDF) (qualified by the Administrative Judge).

If you wish to become a mediator, please complete the appropriate form(s) and mail to:

Scott MacGlashan, Clerk
Circuit Court for Queen Anne's County
100 Courthouse Square
Centreville, MD 21617

Additional information on Alternative Dispute Resolution is available at

Forms for Mediator's Use

  • Report of the Mediator/Agreement to Mediate and Confidentiality [Word] [fillable PDF]