Helping Communities Build Collaborative Law through
Assessment • Consulting • Training


2 DAY COMPREHENSIVE
COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE TRAINING

May 1 & 2, 2015

13.5 CLE Hours including:
1 Ethics Hour • 2 Professional Hours • 6 Trial Practice Hours


This training program includes: Lawyer Only, Referral, and Team models, including full team

Collaborative Law Training Assoc. Inc.
Collaborative Law Center of Atlanta, Inc.

Invites you to participate in a two-day intensive training designed to assist professionals to resolve family conflict with dignity and respect for all.

AT THIS TRAINING YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Collaborative Practice from beginning to end through videos of a typical case with role play practice of skills
  • The paradigm shift necessary for each professional to ensure the successful resolution of family conflict.
  • How to utilize different models of collaborative practice to meet family needs with consideration of their financial resources.
  • Effective negotiation and communication skills.
  • How to build an interdisciplinary.
  • The role and responsibility of each professional.
  • How the professions interact and how to develop an effective team.
  • The importance of mutual goals to facilitate success.
  • How to form practice groups and market your collaborative practice.
  • The art of taking risks involving conflict, trust, interdependence and hard work.
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*This course meets or exceeds the International Academy of Collaborative Professional (IACP) standards for training and trainers, however, the IACP does not endorse any training program or trainers.

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