Collaborative Law Q & A (Virtual Meeting)

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PA Bar Association logoThe Pennsylvania Bar Association Collaborative Law Committee is hosting a free lunchtime virtual presentation on collaborative law on September 16. 2020 from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM.

Tired of litigating? Yearning for civility, respectful resolution and getting your bills paid? Do you like your clients to be happy at the end of the day, cheerfully pay your bill and remember you with good thoughts in the future?

Consider practicing collaborative law, which is a way to resolve disputes by team problemsolving instead of in a courtroom setting.

Join Ann Levin and Zanita Zacks-Gabriel on Wednesday, Sept. 16 from noon to 1 p.m. to learn more about collaborative law and how it could help your practice.  Members of the PBA Collaborative Law Committee will share their insights and answer questions such as:

  • What is the difference between collaborative law and mediation?
  • Is it helpful for other cases than family law?
  • Is it less expensive than traditional court filings?
  • How does the process work? 

No cost or registration needed – just show up on Zoom:

Meeting ID: 950 7604 7180
Passcode: 996928

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Dial in: 929 436 2866

This lunchtime learning is sponsored by the PBA Collaborative Law Committee. Questions? Email or call 1-800-932-0311, ext. 2276

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