Collaborative law is not just for family law. Don’t believe it? Check out the North Carolina Civil Collaborative Law Association: an organization focused on educating the public and lawyers about the efficacy of collaboration as a stand-alone dispute resolution process. Collaborative law empowers clients to develop creative solutions to resolve complex disputes with the understanding that clients are often in the best position to account for hidden landmines in their respective disputes. Let Jeffrey Batts, an attorney with 30 plus years of litigation experience, explain the value of collaborative law.
Because of organizations like the North Carolina Civil Collaborative Law Association, CoLaw is able to host a live podcast CLE on September 18, from 6pm to 7pm, featuring Landis Wade and Heidi Brown and their discussion on the power of introversion.