Katherine Miller Presents CLE Course on Collaborative Practice

Attorney Katherine Miller recently presented a CLE (Continuing Legal Education) course on the Collaborative Law Practice. In this informative course, Katherine provides a brief history of the evolution of the collaborative process & paradigm shift, discusses the collaborative process & the roles of the professionals involved, teaches the basic skills required for a successful collaboration, and addresses the place of the law in the collaborative process. Additional subjects covered include the dispute resolution continuum, the collaborative roadmap, collaborative divorce attorneys, the neutral coach model, the two coach model, the financial specialist, the child specialist, the two essential concepts, understanding interests, framing the issues, reference points for decisions and developing & evaluating options.

Those in attendance raved about the course:

  • “Excellent!!!” – Craig (Irvine, CA)
  • ” None. Great Course!” – Marcello (Glendale, CA)
  • “Excellent” – Jeffrey
  • “Good!” – Vivian
  • “Good course – very informative” – Richard
  • “Brilliant ” – Charles
  • “Good comment: ‘The courtroom is a bad place to find out the other side has a good point.'” – Susan
  • “Very interesting topic!” – Seana

Click here to read Attorney Credits Legal Blog writer Jason Castillo’s post on the course, and click here to purchase your copy of Katherine’s course today.

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