Collaborative Law: A New Model for Dispute Resolution

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Bradford Publishing Company, 2004 - Law - 512 pages
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Collaborative Law: A New Model for Dispute Resolution includes an overview of the development and current status of collaborative law; the necessary skills, knowledge and attitude required of the lawyers and the parties; the components of an interdisciplinary collaborative law team; the steps in the collaborative process intended to result in a final settlement of the case; training and skills required and/or useful for attorneys looking to start a collaborative law practice; ethical issues, including malpractice concerns, duties, and confidentiality; case processing issues and coordination with the courts; resources and methods of practice in Colorado; and appendices of forms.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Collaborative Law Process
8
Collaborative Law Team
86
Collaborative Law Application
246
Collaborative Law Affiliations Trainings Practice Groups and Marketing
332
AFTERWORD
375
Collaborative Law Process Documents
376
Collaborative Law Team Member Documents
434
Collaborative Law Application Documents
444
Collaborative Law Affiliation Documents
452
Bibliography
477
Glossary
491
INDEX
501
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