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Collaborative Competency

by Maury White July 17, 2014

Our codes of professional conduct require “competency.” Sustainable professional practices require more; they require excellence. Collaborative Practice requires community. Communities only survive if they adequately protect and nurture their members’ inter...  READ THE FULL POST

Confession: Letting Go Is Not as Easy as Elsa Says by Randolph (Tré) Morgan III

by Guest Blogger July 15, 2014

One of the key skills to being a good Collaborative attorney is “letting go.” In order to let a client and a couple self-determine their resolution, we have to let go of the idea of winning and losing, the idea of what “should” happen, and the idea th...  READ THE FULL POST

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Join us for the 15th Annual Forum in Vancouver!

by Colleen Zubrycki July 10, 2014

Registration is open for IACP’s 15th Annual Networking and Educational Forum!  October 23 - 26, 2014 - The Westin Bayshore What’s new this year?Deeper Learning – For the first time ever, this year all Saturday afternoon workshops will be three h...  READ THE FULL POST

Civil CP in Spain by María Jose Anitua Trevijano

by Guest Blogger July 07, 2014

I can’t imagine a better starting for Collaborative Practice in our country. We wanted to introduce Collaborative Practice in civil disputes and so invited Paul Faxon, Susan Miller and Linda Cohan to provide an introductory training in Madrid. In order to help bus...  READ THE FULL POST

Public Education Outreach for Practice Groups by Lynda Robbins, Mike Fancher and Selina Trigg

by Guest Blogger July 03, 2014

Is your Practice Group struggling with how to attract more Collaborative work?    Too often our members take Collaborative Practice training and then wonder “Where are my Collaborative cases?” They may also look to you, their Practice Group leader, aski...  READ THE FULL POST