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Collaborative Divorce 301
Continuing the conversation from the conversation on Collaborative Practice 101 and Collaborative Practice 201, Ontario family lawyers, and financial and family professionals recap advanced methods and principles of collaborative practice followed by an extended Q&A session.
Panelists: Russell Alexander, Brian Galbraith, Carrie Heinzl, Jonathan Paynter & David W. Cahill
1. What the heck is Collaborative Practice?
2. Collaborative Practice Training
3. The CP Participation Agreement
5. Family and Financial Neutrals
6. The Power of a full team
7. The role of Experts and Reports
8. Runaway train(s): an ointment for high-conflict litigation
9. Saving the Golden Goose ~ CP & family-run businesses
10. Impasse and hitting a wall
11. Selling CP
12. Q and A
The Intersection Of Fertility And Family Law
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Artificial Intelligence & Family Law 201: Advanced Topics
Artificial Intelligence & Family Law 201: Advanced Topics by Family Law Now
Back-To-School Tips for Separated Co-Parents
Back-To-School Tips for Separated Co-Parents by Family Law Now
Ontario Family Lawyers' Experiences With the Adoption Of Technology
The Family Law Ad Hoc Steering Committee was joined by Professors Nicholas Bala (Queen’s Law), Rachel Birnbaum (Social Work at Kings University College – Western) who conducted a survey with their colleague Claire Houston (Law at Western University) to help understand the experiences of family lawyers as a result of the pandemic and the adoption of virtual technology in family court.
Artificial Intelligence & Family Law
Russell Alexander is joined by Jerry Zhou, CEO of DocEquity, Conrad Saam, Founder of Mockingbird Law Firm Marketing Agency, and, Gyi Tsakalakis, Founder of Attorney Sync, to discuss the ever-evolving landscape of artificial intelligence. They also share their thoughts on the implications that developments in AI have and could have on the family law industry.
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