Collaborative Law is a dynamic, flexible yet highly structured approach to negotiations. It focuses clients on their interests while helping to focus lawyers on advocacy in problem solving. Do not mistake it for people sitting around a table singing campfire songs: it is a system designed from the ground up for difficult situations and personalities. Our articles this month give a sense of some of the new, creative thinking among practitioners in both family and business cases.
If you are trained in Collaborative Law, or just interested in learning more about it, the Collaborative Law Committee wants YOU as a member. Membership in our committee is free with your Dispute Resolution section dues, so join us. Our mission of expanding the understanding and use of Collaborative Law is carried out through energetic member participation in our sub-committees and informative monthly conference calls. Please visit our Committee’s ABA Connect page to learn more about our work and how you can get involved, or contact one of us.
Collaborative Law Committee Co-chairs