Simpler than Ever to be Collaboratively Educated!

The Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council’s introduction to collaborative law training is not being stopped by COVID-19.

The training is September 23 to 25 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. via Zoom.

Collaborative law is a dispute settlement process that is similar to mediation, but with many differences. It’s an opportunity to expand your out-of-court negotiation practice, improve your negotiation skills, and offer additional service options to your customers. If you’ve heard about Collaborative Law but are still unsure, learn more about Collaborative Law by watching this four-part video series or contact me directly to schedule a meeting to discuss.

Register and find out more here!

More information about the training:

Save time, money, and your commute with this IACP-approved basic training in collaboration law.

  • Learn the basics of the Collaborative Legal Model and how you can apply it to both family and business law cases.
  • Develop results-oriented techniques to help clients successfully resolve disputes.
  • Identify and implement strategies to overcome challenging cases and achieve success with high-conflict clients.
  • Train with experienced professionals who are enthusiastic about the team approach.
  • Learn best practices for personal and virtual collaboration
  • Meet the IACP (International Academy of Collaborative Professionals) standards for a Collaborative Law Intro Training.

Newly added: Interactive sessions and best practices for working virtually with customers.

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