On April 21, 2017, Tampa Bay family attorney Adam B. Cordover provided a keynote address at the annual meeting of the Northwest Florida Collaborative Law Group in Panama City. Adam spoke on the topic of “Growing Your Collaborative Practice: Doing Well By Doing Good.”
Attorneys, mental health professionals, and financial professionals from Panama City, Tallahassee, and as far away as Pensacola attended the meeting.
Here is a description of the program (And a copy of the flyer here):
Growing Your Collaborative Practice is a highly interactive workshop that will draw upon the collective wisdom of the Northwest Florida Collaborative Law Group, along with research and the experience of a leading collaborative attorney to:
· Identify challenges, both real and perceived, to the spread of collaborative practice;
· Explore options to meet and overcome those challenges; and
· Discuss methods that have led to the growth of collaborative practices and communities around the U.S. and Canada.
If you are interested in bringing the workshop to your community, click the button below or call Adam B. Cordover at (813) 443-0615.
Adam B. Cordover is a trainer in two collaborative training groups: Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers, with whom he provides Introductory and skill-based trainings and Peacemaking Practice Trainers, an international training team with whom he does practice-building trainings. Adam is also co-author with Forrest (Woody) Mosten of an upcoming American Bar Association book on “Building A Successful Collaborative Law Practice.”