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2021 Collaborative Law Practice Video Webinars

The following webinars in clude the latest information on collaborative law. Additional information is available in the four part series held in 2019 (videos available below). Note: CLE Credit is not available for viewing the webinar after the event.

Introduction to Collaborative Law

This recording was produced by ACDR at our March 3, 2021 webinar. 

 

Landlord Tenant Evictions

This recording was produced by ACDR at our webinar held April 29, 2021.

 

Cybersecurity

This recording was produced by ACDR at our webinar held March 18, 2021.

 

Collaborative Law Focus on Team

This recording was produced by ACDR at our May 13, 2021 webinar. 

 

2019 Collaborative Law Practice Video Webinars

This four-part series of free 60-minute webinars will guide you through the ins and outs of collaborative law practice. This series is sponsored by the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution, the Birmingham Bar Association – Collaborative Law Committee, Birmingham Collaborative Law Alliance, and the Dispute Resolution and Solo/Small Firms Sections of the Alabama State Bar.

Note: CLE Credit is not available for viewing the webinar after the event.

 

Introduction to Collaborative Law Practice

This recording was produced by ACDR at our August 23, 2019 webinar. 
 

 

Focus on Team: Breaking Down Roles

This recording was produced by ACDR at our September 20, 2019 webinar. 

 

The How To’s of Collaborative Law

This recording was produced by ACDR at our October 18, 2019 webinar. 

 

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Mediators

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