Date: Monday, March 21-
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Time: 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Place: Hotel Wailea Maui
Who: Family law judges and attorneys, litigators, mental health professionals, mediators, financial planners, and child experts
This 2-day interdisciplinary workshop is open to both new and seasoned collaborative professionals. Beginners will learn the basics of collaborative law, while experienced practitioners will reinforce skills already learned in the Introduction to Collaborative Practice training of 2015 and deepen the level of understanding of what it means to be a competent collaborative practitioner. Participants will walk step-by-step through a sample case from interviewing a potential client, to working with challenges at the table, to a resolution which satisfies the needs of the clients and creates the foundation of a healthy future for the whole, family, post-divorce. This interactive and practical training will enable both beginning and advanced participants to set up a successful collaborative practice and become part of the large, vibrant international collaborative community.
This training qualifies for 10 CLE and 2 Ethics CLE.