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Jul 20

Virtual Dispute Resolution in Family Law

July 20, 2020 Zoom Webinar

AACP Members Only - Hear from experienced collaborative practitioners who have been at the coalface and successfully conducted collaborative meetings and mediations remotely during lockdown and the ensuing transition period. Gain tips and strategies to find success in remote ADR to ensure the result you want for your client.

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Oct 17

Parenting Coordination (Brisbane)

October 17, 2019—October 19, 2019 Brisbane

Parenting Coordination - a new dispute resolution method for high conflict parenting matters launched in Australia by Dr Anne Purcell and Cassandra Pullos

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Sep 06

Introductory Collaborative Practice Training for Wills and Estates – Sydney 2-day Workshop

September 6, 2019—September 7, 2019 Level 1, 457 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills

Introducing a new way of practicing in the wills and estates space. This 2-day workshop teaches the interdisciplinary model of Collaborative Practice, enabling differing professional disciplines to work together to assist grieving families resolve their estate dispute. This program would also suit anyone who has completed an introductory program before but is seeking specific training in these skills in an estate disputes context.

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Aug 23

Relationships Australia NSW Collaborative Practice Training

August 23, 2019—August 24, 2019 L1, 68 Waterloo Road, Macquarie Park 2113

This is the first two days of Relationships Australia's highly regarded training which includes the option of a third day masterclass in which to practice your new skills in a safe and supportive way on September 21. The course is presented by two very experienced Collaborative Family Lawyers and one very experienced collaborative coach.

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Aug 05

An Introduction to Collaborative Training in Wills & Estates – Brisbane Workshop 5 & 19 August 2019

August 5, 2019—August 19, 2019 College of Law, Level 5, Wesley House 140 Ann St Brisbane

This 2 -day workshop teaches the interdisciplinary model of Collaborative Practice, enabling differing professional disciplines to work together to assist grieving families resolve their estate dispute. This program would also suit anyone who has completed an introductory program before but is seeking specific training in these skills in an estate disputes context.

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