December 2006
 

Special eNews Holiday Edition

Happy Holidays!
On behalf of the Section of Family Law,
we hope you and your family have a safe and
happy holiday season. We wish you a prosperous 2007 and look forward to serving you in the new year!

The Section of Family Law Staff
Alissa Brugger   Hilary Glazer    Paula Nessel

Top Ten Gifts for Family Lawyers

1. The Divorce Trial Manual - Get essential guidance from experts on how to prepare and try a divorce case effectively! PC 5130122

2. How to Build & Manage a Family Law Practice - A perfect gift for a colleague, or even for yourself! PC 5130140

3. Creating Effective Parenting Plans - Child psychologists explain how a developmental approach to custody is in the best interests of the child and how to demonstrate this to the courts. PC 5130141

4. The Military Divorce Handbook - A comprehensive guide to the complexities of representing military personnel or their spouses. PC 5130135

5. CD-Rom Compendium from Fall CLE Conference - Complete course materials from programs on parent coordinators, the Indian Child Welfare Act, high profile cases, what to do when your client is accused of domestic violence, and more. PC 5130145CD

6. Client Manual: My Parents Are Getting Divorced - This handbook, written by and for kids, is a great tool for your clients with children. as it helps kids understand everything about divorce, including how to talk to judges and attorneys, and how to go on with their lives. Quantity discounts are available. PC 513-1100-2901

7. The Military Support Minefield - This program provides information for family law practitioners on administrative remedies for nonsupport of family members within the military services as well as answers to questions on paternity, ID cards, garnishment, medical coverage, expenses and setting the amount of support. Audio CD contains complete course materials. PC CET06MSPC

8. ABA Section of Family Law 2006 Annual Meeting Compendium - If you couldn't join us in Hawaii this year, you missed out on some hot weather and some Hot Tips! Topics include relocation issues in the 50 states, effective deposition strategies, a primer on electronic evidence, and more. PC 5130144

9. Client Manual: Surviving Your Divorce and Beyond - A must-have for each client at the beginning of divorce proceedings. Buy in bulk and save! PC 513-1100-2701

10. Membership in the ABA Section of Family Law, of course!

 

 


   


Section Calendar

Start planning now for events in 2007! Remember to check www.abanet.org/family for current program and registration information.

See the full 2007 Calendar .



Member Resources


Your membership is the gift that keeps on giving! Remember that the Members Only Resource Center contains resources for you, by you. Just visit the Resources section of the Family Law website, and click on Members Online Resource Center. You can also e-mail us items to be posted in the Resource Center, too!

 
   


Editor
Hilary Glazer
Hilary.Glazer@americanbar.org
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