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July 12, 2024 AACP News

Celebrating the Commitment of AACP’s Integrated States

One of AACP’s EOFY Resolutions is to express our gratitude to those organisations who have given AACP extraordinary support over the last 12 months.  Topping the ranks would be our integrated states members, Collaborative Professionals NSW and CollaborativeSA. What is an Integrated State? Integrated membership means that members of Integrated States enjoy dual membership with both…

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June 25, 2024 AACP News

AACP Find a Professional Directory Update

We are applying the finishing touches to the AACP website’s upgraded and streamlined “Find a Professional” directory.  As from 1 July 2024, you will see: Improved Search Filters – it’s easier than ever to find the right professional. Simplified and Consistent Collaborative Role Descriptions – “compare apples with apples”. Expanded Areas of Law – we’ve…

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June 11, 2024 Uncategorised

QACP announces The Freda Rose Wigan Memorial Bursary

About the Bursary The Freda Rose Wigan Memorial Bursary is awarded by QACP in memory of Freda as an early member of QACP and a pioneer of Collaborative Practice in Queensland. It is intended that the Bursary will be awarded on an annual basis from 2024, with the first Bursary to be announced in early…

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June 10, 2024 Uncategorised

It’s time to renew AACP, CP(NSW) and CollaborativeSA memberships

It’s time to renew your connection to Australia’s leading network for collaborative professionals as a member of the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals (“AACP”). For members in New South Wales and South Australia, this renewal includes a renewal of your membership of Collaborative Professionals (NSW) and CollaborativeSA. We are pleased to confirm that there will…

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May 7, 2024 Uncategorised

Collaborative Practice featured in the Australian Financial Review

President of Collaborative Professionals (NSW), Shelby Timmins, recently discussed the significant advantages of the collaborative divorce process in an article in the Australian Financial Review.  Whilst the collaborative process is particularly suited for families navigating the challenges of separation and divorce, we are seeing increasing interest and uptake for Collaborative Practice in other legal areas…

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December 20, 2023 Uncategorised

AACP National Practice Group

The first of AACP’s Quarterly National Practice Group for 2024 will take place on 7 February 2024.  The meeting will involve: a presentation by AACP Vice-President Julia Brierley and CP(NSW) President, Shelby Timmins on the topic of assessing client suitability for collaborative matters; and the opportunity to connect with collaborative professionals from around Australia in…

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December 20, 2023 Uncategorised

Adelaide is the AACP Board’s first Board-Around destination for 2024

The AACP Board will be travelling to Adelaide on Monday, 19 February 2024 for the first of the Board-Arounds for 2024. The new Board is looking forward to catching up with our colleagues from Collaborative SA and local collaborative professionals for an evening of professional development and making collaborative connections.

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October 24, 2023 Uncategorised

Congratulations to the newest additions to the AACP Board

Congratulations to Lynda McKie, Perpetua Kish and Joe Buckley who were elected to join the AACP Board for a 3-year term, at our recent AGM.  Congratulations also to long time Board members, Cassandra Pullos and Sue Abrams, who were elected for an additional 12-month term.  AACP’s Constitution (Clause 5.2) sets out the requirements for the…

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