Join – Body – Summer 2022

Collaborative Law 14-Hour Basic Training

Collaborative Conflict Resolution - The New NC Uniform Act and How To Apply It

To access the training materials, please register below. Once your membership is approved, all videos can be viewed on our Member Page - the password will be emailed to you.

 

30 minutes Collaborative Practice in a Nutshell | Sarratt
48 minutes The Collaborative Process | Sarratt and Springfield     
30 minutes The Uniform Collaborative Law Act | Sarratt
38 minutes The Paradigm Shift | Havel
45 minutes Collaborative Communication Techniques | Havel
60 minutes Ethical Considerations in Collaborative Practice | Havel
60 minutes Practical Techniques for Being the Calm within the Storm| Byers
30 minutes Interest-Based Negotiations | Springfield
45 minutes Unconscious Bias and How It May Affect You As a Dispute Resolution Professional |Woodward   
70 minutes  Effective Facilitation for Collaborative Attorneys | Cox Gruendal, Woodward & Byers
50 minutes Introduction and Analysis of Collaborative Case Study | Batts &  Springfield with Sarratt (Moderator)
30 minutes The Corporate Opportunity for Civil Collaborative: Understanding When It’s a Great Fit, and How to Make It Happen | Edwards, Osborn, & Woodward

 8.75 hours of pre-recorded material, plus 5.25 hours from the GCLC Conference on August 12 and August 13, 2022 either in-person in Lincoln, NE or live online for a total of 14 hours.

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    CLE Training – Body May 2021

    The Role of Mediators in the Civil Collaborative Practice

    Thu, May 6, 2021 12:55 PM – 4:15 PM EDT
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    An interactive workshop exploring how mediators may enhance the civil collaborative law process.

    NCCCLA will host nationally recognized panel members Stephen Sulmeyer, Kevin Scudder, and Jude Sterling, who will present an interactive workshop explaining how facilitators and mediators may assist the collaborative process. You will learn what mediation in the collaborative process might look like; identify the pros/cons of using a mediator/facilitator in the Civil Collaborative process; brainstorm how to market mediation in the Civil Collaborative process within your practice groups and communities; and much more.

    Presenters and Facilitators:
    Kevin Scudder, Collaborative Law Practitioner, Seattle
    Judith Sterling, CDFA, CPA, Santa Rosa, CA
    Stephen Sulmeyer, Collaborative Law Practitioner and Psychologist, Marin County, CA

     

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    NCCCLA is open to licensed North Carolina attorneys who have completed a 14-hour introductory training course for collaborative law practice. Dues for regular membership are $285. Our sustaining members pay $770 per year and receive featured listing at the top of our member information page. We appreciate your joining us to assist in our promotion of collaborative law to attorneys and the public. Please enter the information below, and you will be forwarded to our payment portal.

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      Assessment – Attorney – SOL

      Are there any SOL issues?

      Depending on the situation, the statute of limitations (SOL) may be able to be tolled at certain stages in the process without adverse consequences to the client.