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Course Summary 
A discussion/workshop on the subtle use of language by collaborative practitioners and how the use of language will either enhance or inhibit the volume of collaborative work a practitioner engages in. 
This workshop will assist solicitors to explain the process of collaborative law and increase the number of clients who take it up as a method of choice for reaching a settlement solution. 

Speaker - Johnathan Pease 

Johnathan is a highly experienced Family mediator and Psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience working in family conflict resolution. For further details on Johnathan please click here

Who is this course for / Who should attend? 

Any practitioner who wants to increase the number of collaborative law matters they conduct. 

Key learning objectives 

Key learning points 

How to identify clients who are most likely to find the process collaborative law appealing, and then capitalise on that fact. 
How to broach the subject of collaborative law and explain the process in such a way that even somewhat sceptical clients find it appealing. 
How to use the engage clients in the collaborative process and how to assist them in putting the suggestion to the other side 
How to engage the other side’s solicitor into the collaborative process even if they are baulking at the idea 


09.00 - 09.30 
Registration and Coffee 
09.30 - 11.00 
First Session 
11.00 - 11.15 
Tea / Coffee Break 
11.15 - 12.45 
Second Session 
12.45 - 13.45 

Standard Delegate Rates 

When being run as a public course this 1/2 day event will typically have a delegate rate of £150.00 + VAT 
Discounts are also available for bookings of 3 delegates or more. For further information please contact 
In addition this course can be run as an in-house training session. Prices will depend on location and numbers of delegates attending. For a detailed proposal please contact us at 
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