This popular two day training is geared for Collaborative Professionals and Mediators who either are starting their own practices or wish to increase the profitability and satisfaction of their current practice.
Using concepts and practice forms from their 2018 ABA Book, Building a Successful Collaborative Family Law Practice and Woody’s classics, Mediation Career Guide and Collaborative Divorce Handbook, Adam and Woody will take you step by step how to build and grow your practice, including:
- Creating Your Peacemaking Signature
- Making Collaborative Practice Your Day Job
- Adding New Services to Replace Income from Your Former Litigation or Traditional Practice
- Refining Your Client Intake and Enrollment
- Developing New Collaborative Models
- Much Much More
This course has been adopted by both the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and the ABA and has been highly praised by past participants when it was held in Seattle (twice with Kevin Scudder), Chicago (3 times with Carl Michael Rossi), Tampa (with Adam Cordover) Coral Gables (with Enid Miller Ponn), New York City (with Ken Neumann), Los Angeles, Boston (with David Hoffman) Toronto, Marin County (with Steve Rosenberg) and other venues.
San Diego, California
Forrest S. Mosten is in mediation and collaborative law practice in Beverly Hills and La Jolla and is the author of Building A Successful Collaborative Family Law Practice (ABA, 2018, with Adam B. Cordover), Unbundled Legal Services: A Family Lawyer's Guide (ABA, 2017, with Elizabeth Potter Scully), Collaborative Divorce Handbook (Jossey-Bass, 2010), The Complete Guide to Mediation (ABA, 1997), Unbundling Legal Services (ABA, 2000), and Mediation Career Guide (Jossey-Bass, 2001) He specializes in high conflict mediations involving divorcing families, partnerships, employment disputes, probate, real estate, commercial disputes and other complex civil lawsuits. Adam B. Cordover of Tampa, Florida, is a member of the Board of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and co-chair and instructor of the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals Leadership Institute. He is co-author with Forrest “Woody” Mosten of Building A Successful Collaborative Family Law Practice, published by the American Bar Association in 2018. In 2015, Adam stopped taking litigation cases and now practices exclusively in out-of-court dispute resolution.
$995 (with a $895 early bird rate until August 27, 2019)