Date of Event: Jan 28, 2022 - Mar 5, 2022
Lorne Wolfson to teach the 2022 National Family Law Arbitration Course
The National Family Law Arbitration Course is a 40-hour interactive course which offers a comprehensive introduction to the arbitration of family law disputes in Canada, and includes optional six-hour pre-course programs for lawyers and mental health professionals interested in working as parenting coordinators.
Join senior family law lawyers practicing in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario in a course developed by Lorne Wolfson, Lawrence Pinsky and John-Paul Boyd QC to learn the nuts and bolts of arbitrating family law disputes and managing a successful arbitration practice.
The course runs over six days in February and March 2022 and provides a complete introduction to the arbitration of family law disputes and the unique skills, processes and procedures these cases require.
The pre-course programs for parenting coordinators will run in January 2022.
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The 2022 National Family Law Arbitration Course will run on selected Fridays and Saturdays, starting in February:
Day One and Day Two, February 4 and 5 2022
Day Three and Day Four, February 18 and 19 2022
Day Five and Day Six, March 4 and 5 2022
Visit the course website at nflac.ca to review the syllabus, learn more about the faculty and download the registration form.
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