New to the ICLEF curriculum! Whether formally trained in collaborative law or looking to learn more, this will be a wonderful forum to explore the process…
Our faculty includes internationally recognized collaborative law educators Nancy Cameron and Yuval Berger leading a day-long workshop environment that will address the collaborative team process.
Collaborative Practice involves working in teams, whether it is a team of two collaborative lawyers and two clients or a full interdisciplinary collaborative team working with two clients. In this one day workshop, we will explore the strength of teams, the importance of the team’s cohesiveness when working with conflict, and how to have productive conversations with your clients about involving an interdisciplinary team. As we strengthen our team practice and take on more challenging cases, team challenges are inevitable. This day will also give you an opportunity to work with some of the more challenging aspects of teamwork, to learn about the characteristics of the most successful teams and help build strategies to take home to your practice.
Moderated by Internationally Recognized Collaborative Practice Professionals:
Nancy J. Cameron, Q.C., Vancouver, British Columbia
Family Therapist & Divorce Coach, Vancouver, British Columbia
The Power & Challenge of Teams in Collaborative Law: Working Together to Resolve Disputes
6 CLE / 6 CME / 7.2 CPE / 6 CEH
Thursday, November 17, 9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.