Course content is designed to qualify for Continuing Education hours for lawyers, paralegals, financial professionals and mental health professionals. The content may also qualify as continuing education credits for other interdisciplinary allied professionals. LEARN MORE
We have received approval from our CLE and CEU providers for this to be a virtual training. Our virtual trainings are synchronous with some asynchronous learning aspects incorporated into your experience. What does that mean for you? LEARN MORE
Information regarding the training days and access to materials will be emailed to registered participants prior to the course. This allows us to meet our commitment to be environmentally responsible and to provide the newest and latest materials to our students.
Our Current Courses
Roadmaps for Resolution provides Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Practice Training. It also provides intermediate and advanced courses that are tailored to meet the needs of Collaborative communities around the world.
Building Your Collaborative Community
Read more about The Roadmaps For Resolution training team course developed to help build collaborative communities.
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training is more than just learning a resolution process. It is a commitment to professional evolution and excellence. It begins as an invitation to change how we treat each other as professionals, and how we serve the families in our communities.
Roadmaps for Resolution Courses
Build Relevant Skills
Learn what the Roadmap to Resolution looks like, how we travel down that road together, and how we ultimately help our clients create a better future. What does this process have to offer clients and the professionals who assist them? This practice-oriented approach to training will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to join your local collaborative practice groups, to create ways to increase access to the collaborative process for diverse clients, and to get you involved in growing your collaborative community.
Roadmaps for Resolution Instructors
Learn from the Professionals
The Roadmap for Resolution training team began in 2011, with its first introductory training in Orlando, Florida. Since that time, they have trained hundreds of professionals about the collaborative law process, the evolution of the collaborative professional, and methods for meeting the needs of all families in our communities. In 2014, the Roadmap for Resolution team began their relationship with Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law in creating the Collaborative Family Law Clinic.
What Our Students Have to Say
“Very informative, lots of information, great discussions! This training team is passionate about this process and serving families.”
“You all handled this interesting and diverse group of professionals with humor, grace and leadership! Thank you for an amazing experience.”
“You all work great together! Talk about leading by example!”
“All presenters did exceptionally well. All were very knowledgeable about their profession and the collaborative process.”
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We can transform communities together. We invite you to begin your collaborative journey today.