Building a Successful Unbundling Practice and Interdisciplinary Limited Scope Client Coaching

Date and time: 
January 25, 2019 - 7:15am to January 26, 2019 - 7:15am
Event type: 
Educational Opportunity

Unbundling Legal Services and Interdisciplinary Limited Scope Client Coaching

This two day training is designed for family law attorneys, judicial officers and legal professionals, and is open to other family professionals who are interested in learning about unbundling legal services and how to coach unrepresented clients and mediation participants. We will show how you handle the nuts and bolts of this limited scope legal service, design your practice to efficiently represent unbundling clients, and expand your practice by increasing legal access to the underserved.

Participants in this two-day training program will learn:

The impact of self-represented persons on the family law system

How unbundling (limited scope representation) meets the legal need gap

Why offering unbundled services can grow your practice

The protocols and skills to offer effective client consultations

Defining the scope of representation and using special client engagement agreements

Monitoring and modifying the scope of representation

Converting from limited scope to full service representation

How to ghostwrite letters and court documents

Provide negotiation and mediation coaching via limited scope representation

How to terminate an unbundled relationship

Avoiding ethical traps of unbundling

Utilizing best practices of limited scope lawyering

How replicable models of unbundling are succeeding in the marketplace

Using unbundling to reduce family conflict

Texts for this course shall include Mosten-Scully, Unbundled Legal Services (ABA, 2017) and Julie MacFarlane, The New Lawyer, 2nd Edition (2017)

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San Diego, California


Forrest (Woody) Mosten

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Price info: 

$995 ($895 Early Bird)

Additional 10% Discount for 5 or more participants from the same Collaborative Practice Group

Limited to 15 Participants