How to Become a Mediator: Incorporating Mediation into Your Law Practice – May 23, 2017

Massachusetts Bar Association – How to Become a Mediator Incorporating Mediation into Your Law Practice Tuesday, May 23, 2017 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM Massachusetts Bar Association, Conference Room 101, 20 West St, Boston, MA, 02111 Have you ever wondered how you could begin to include mediation into your law practice? Come and learn from mediation trainers and attorney/mediators… Continue Reading How to Become a Mediator: Incorporating Mediation into Your Law Practice – May 23, 2017

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Divorce Law Fundamentals: ADR Options – Divorce Mediation & Collaborative Divorce – May 16, 2017

Boston Bar Association – Divorce Law Fundamentals: ADR Options – Divorce Mediation & Collaborative Divorce Tuesday, May 16, 2017 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM Boston Bar Association – 16 Beacon Street, Boston, MA Answering the following questions: What are the various types of ADR options: Mediation, Conciliation, Arbitration & Collaborative Divorce; When should you consider… Continue Reading Divorce Law Fundamentals: ADR Options – Divorce Mediation & Collaborative Divorce – May 16, 2017

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Growing the Pie: Introducing Experts who Create Value for Clients – May 12, 2017

Growing the Pie: Introducing Experts who Create Value for Clients MCLC Networking & Educational Forum – Cultivating Collaboration: The Changing Faces of Collaborative Law, Southborough, MA May 12, 2017 – 3:00 – 4:30 Justin Kelsey (moderator) Speakers: Blair Trippe, David Consigli & R. Paul Faxon Divorce cases that include family business ownership in the couple’s portfolio (or “closely-held” companies where… Continue Reading Growing the Pie: Introducing Experts who Create Value for Clients – May 12, 2017

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The Next Generation of Mediation: Go Ahead, Quit Your Day Job – April 1, 2017

The Next Generation of Mediation: Go Ahead, Quit Your Day Job Academy of Professional Family Mediators 2017 Annual Conference, Memphis TN April 1, 2017 – 1:15 PM – 2:45 PM This interactive session with Michael Aurit, Amanda Singer and Justin Kelsey will showcase an in-depth panel discussion of four essential family mediation business building areas: (1) Most… Continue Reading The Next Generation of Mediation: Go Ahead, Quit Your Day Job – April 1, 2017

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The Legacy of Adam and Eve: Exploring the Impact of Gender Bias on Neutrality and Fairness – March 31, 2017

The Legacy of Adam and Eve: Exploring the Impact of Gender Bias on Neutrality and Fairness Academy of Professional Family Mediators 2017 Annual Conference, Memphis TN March 31st from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Justin Kelsey, Beth Aarons, and Jennifer Hawthorne will be leading a presentation and discussion on instances in divorce mediation where gender… Continue Reading The Legacy of Adam and Eve: Exploring the Impact of Gender Bias on Neutrality and Fairness – March 31, 2017

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Startup Workshop @ DOCKIT – March 24, 2017

Starting a law practice requires planning, inspiration, and help.  MassLOMAP has organized a workshop to help lawyers looking to start a law practice focusing on planning, office tech, client management, marketing, entity selection, ethics, finances, and stress management. This workshop will happen at DOCKIT, a legal co-working space in Springfield, Mass. and is cosponsored by the… Continue Reading Startup Workshop @ DOCKIT – March 24, 2017

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QDROs: Getting it Right the First Time – March 17, 2017

On Friday, March 17, 2017 at 8:00 AM, Justin Kelsey will be presenting on the information divorce professionals need to know about QDROs at a meeting hosted by Pamela T. Lasher CFP®, CDFA®, Vice President- Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley. This program will focus on the most common mistakes in Retirement Division provisions in Divorce Agreements and how… Continue Reading QDROs: Getting it Right the First Time – March 17, 2017

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The Collaborative Consult & 6-Hat Thinking – March 13, 2017

Justin Kelsey will present a training on the Collaborative Consult to the Hampden/Hampshire County Collaborative Practice Groups on March 13, 2017 at 4:30 during their monthly meeting. The training will focus on updating the concept of an initial consultation with a client to include techniques and lessons from the Collaborative Law process.  The training includes… Continue Reading The Collaborative Consult & 6-Hat Thinking – March 13, 2017

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Collaborative Law: Practice Family Law with ❤ – Massachusetts Lawyer’s Journal – May/June 2016

The Mass Lawyer’s Journal May/June edition published my article “Collaborative law: practicing family law with heart” “Collaborative law is a different experience for my clients. If my divorcing clients finish their case having no better idea how to deal with conflict than when they first came into my office, then I have failed them. Divorce… Continue Reading Collaborative Law: Practice Family Law with ❤ – Massachusetts Lawyer’s Journal – May/June 2016

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MCLC Introduction to Collaborative Law Training – Sept 22 -23, 2016

Currently, three of the attorneys at Skylark Law & Mediation are trained in Collaborative Law, an out-of-court dispute resolution process. The Collaborative Law process may be used to resolve conflict in all types of matters, including family, business, and probate disputes. The Collaborative Law training is an excellent opportunity to add valuable skills to your… Continue Reading MCLC Introduction to Collaborative Law Training – Sept 22 -23, 2016

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