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Aug

How Was Collaborative Practice Introduced To Australia?

In 2003 His Honour Justice Robert Benjamin, then the President of the Law Society of New South Wales, returned to Australia from attending the ABA conference keen to introduce the legal profession to collaborative practice. A Collaborative Law sub-committee was established which investigated how to generate training for lawyers interested in becoming collaborative law practitioners. It was not until July

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28
Aug

Law Without Litigation – Mediation With Advice, And More

On 5 February 2007 there were approximately 190 trained collaborative professionals inAustraliapractising in four states and the ACT.  On 2 March 2007 the Australian Attorney-General will simultaneously launch websites for associations representing approximately 330 collaborative practitioners in four states and the ACT.  Collaborative practitioners inTasmaniahave not yet formed as association. During February eight international trainers were inAustraliato facilitate this growth

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