Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators
These are the standards of mediation practice jointly defined by the American Bar Association (ABA), Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution (SPIDR) and the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and are generally applicable to the mediation of legal disputes. 

Model Standards for Mediator Certification Programs
These Model Standards for Mediator Certification Programs have been written to guide entities which have or wish to institute certification programs. These entities (agencies, governmental bodies, profit or not-for-profit organizations, or other types of institutions), can look to these standards to establish and maintain a high degree of credibility.
Model Standards of Practice for Family and Divorce
The Standards incorporate much of the best of the previous standards, and update them to include topics such as domestic violence and child abuse. In addition, the Standards address the issue of the best interests of the children and how mediation can help parents to address them in divorce.The Symposium, which developed the Standards, included representatives from Academy of Family Mediators (AFM), Association of Family Courts and Community Professionals (AFCC), American Bar Association (ABA) Family Section, and other national, state and regional organizations. 
Recommended Standards for School-Based Peer Mediation
Peer mediation can be a successful approach to managing interpersonal conflict in elementary and secondary schools. These programs provide a unique opportunity for diverse students to use communication, human relations, and problem-solving skills in real-life settings. Effective programs can help to create a safe and welcoming school environment, improve interpersonal and inter-group relations, and assist in reducing school conflicts and violence, especially when part of a comprehensive violence prevention plan.