Dive into the collaborative practice with a quick review of the history, from its family-law origins to uses in all civil disputes, and of the Uniform Collaborative Law Act. Then, examine the differences between family and civil collaborative practice, as well as how to add collaborative practice to your dispute resolution tool kit.
- Deborah L. Dilman, Marcellino & Tyson PLLC, Charlotte
- John L. Sarratt, Harris Sarratt & Hodges LLP, Raleigh
Session from Expanding Your Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice (2020 Dispute Resolution Section Annual Meeting), March 12, 2020
NCBA Dispute Resolution Section
North Carolina: 1.00 MCLE/CPE Hour
See pricing below.