Family Diplomacy managing attorney Adam B. Cordover just returned from Aix-en-Provence, France, after teaching a Collaborative Law course. Cordover taught the course alongside Tampa psychologist Jeremy S. Gaies. Cordover and Gaies are both lead trainers with Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers.
The course was hosted by the Institut des Hautes Etudes en Médiation et Négociation (“IHEMN”) as two-days within a broader 200-hour class. Those who wish to become mediators in France must take this (or a similar) 200-hour class. Twenty-six people attended the course, and among them were lawyers, entrepreneurs, police officers, and retired judges.
Curriculum of Collaborative Law Course
The title of the two-day course was “Collaborative Practice in the USA: An Intercultural Advanced Training.” It included the following modules: