Collaborative Law: A New Model for Dispute Resolution

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Sheila M. Gutterman
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

COLLABORATIVE LAW PROCESS
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Basic Collaborative Law Concepts
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Steps in the Collaborative Law Process
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