Collaborative practice is at the cutting edge of dispute resolution practice today, with an emphasis on problem-solving, negotiation and co-operation to settle disputes out of court.
Collaborative practice is increasingly being used to resolve legal disputes in diverse areas of law including family law, wills and estates, employment and commercial disputes.
This course will equip you with the fundamentals you need to understand collaborative practice and add new dimensions to the services you offer your clients.
The course will cover:
- What collaborative practice is, and how it can benefit clients (and lawyers)
- How to select suitable clients and engage them in the collaborative process
- Who commonly comprises a collaborative team, and how these work
- How the collaborative process works, and an overview of its key components
Date Published: November 2023
Meet the expert
Clarissa Rayward is known as ‘The Happy Family Lawyer’, specialising in helping couples work together to reach out-of-court resolutions to their relationship breakdown.