For any collaborative professional looking to expense a trip to Vegas, look no further than the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (“IACP”) Networking and Educational Forum, taking place October 27-30, 2016, in Lake Las Vegas, Nevada. And early bird pricing ends August 17, 2016, so you should sign up right away!
The theme is “Welcome to the Future,” and 600 collaborative professionals from 27 countries are expected to attend. There will be 8 in-demand Pre-Forum Institutes led by premier educators in the Collaborative community (including Pauline Tesler and Ron Ousky) as well as 30 intensive and intriguing workshops including 10 three-hour courses.
If you are a collaborative professional who is looking to be inspired by other professionals who have had 100, 200, even 500 or more collaborative cases and to learn how they do it, you need to attend the Forum.
I am also proud to share that I will be leading one of the workshops at the Forum, along with Seattle, Washington attorney Kevin Scudder and Barrie, Ontario lawyer Brian Galbraith. Our workshop takes place Sunday, October 30, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., and is listed as option #21 “The Collaborative Multiverse: This Is Not The Bermuda Triangle.”
The workshop will be presented as a town hall-style debate and discussion of pressing issues facing Collaborative professionals around the world. Our goals are to challenge assumptions about collaborative work, explore the question of what constitutes a Collaborative case, discuss best practices, and share ideas so we all have more Collaborative tools for our toolboxes. This workshop is best suited for experienced practitioners, but all are welcome.
Collaborative Professionals can learn more about the IACP Forum and sign up at the following link: https://www.collaborativepractice.com/professional/trainings-events/networking-and-educational-forum.aspx.
Adam B. Cordover is a Florida Supreme Court-certified family law mediator and leading collaborative professional in Tampa Bay. Adam is co-author with Forrest (Woody) Mosten of an upcoming American Bar Association Book on Building A Successful Collaborative Law Practice.
To learn about bringing a 2-day Introductory Collaborative Family Law Training to your community, read about the Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers at the following link: https://familydiplomacy.com/tbct/. To bring an advanced training on Building A Successful Collaborative Practice or other topic to your community, contact Adam B. Cordover at (813) 443-0615 or CLICK HERE to fill out our contact form.