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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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June 22, 2023 Blogs

Starting a regional practice group

By Melissa Matthews – Mediator | Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP) | Collaborative Practitioner | Conflict Coach The People Our group was created when we attended a business training day with Clarissa Rayward in Orange, NSW. The purpose of the day was to spend some time individually focusing on our own business development. The result…

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June 19, 2023 AACP News

The Evolution of Collaborative Practice in Australia

If you’ve ever wondered about how collaborative practice originated and evolved in Australia, then The Evolution of Collaborative Practice in Australia, is a must-read. Co-written by AACP Vice-President, Sue Abrams and Collaborative Lawyer, Beth Jarman and featured in The Australian Family Lawyer Volume 32/1 June 2023, the article is reproduced with the permission of the…

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May 31, 2023 AACP News

Announcing the Role of State Liaison Officer

AACP is excited to announce the newly established role of State Liaison Officer (SLO).   The SLO will play a crucial role in representing the interests of state and territory collaborative organisations and in promoting communication and positive relationships between these organisations and AACP and we have sought nominations for SLO from each state and territory…

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May 30, 2023 AACP News

AACP’s Sydney Board Around and CP(NSW) Workshop Day 19 May 2023

The AACP board had the great privilege of joining our collaborative colleagues from Sydney and some welcome visitors in action packed day of training and networking.  JLL’s spectacular Sydney offices played host to the event.  A big thank you to all who made the day possible: Our Family Wizard for sponsoring the Split-Up documentary screening…

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May 1, 2023 AACP News

AIFLAM Upcoming Arbitration and Mediation Training Courses

AACP is pleased to support our strategic partner, AIFLAM, by sharing details of their upcoming Arbitration and Mediation training courses on the Gold Coast in May. The courses are designed to enhance the skills and knowledge needed by professionals for effective dispute resolution – a valuable addition to any collaborative tool box. Registration for the…

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