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Feb 28, 2020

Adam Black Chairs Session on Dispute Resolution Options When Family Law Matters Do Not Settle

Osgoode Certificate in Family Law Skills and Practice

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On March 5th, Adam Black of our Family Law Group will be chairing a full-day course about dispute resolution options available when your family law matter does not settle. This session is part of the Osgoode Certificate in Family Law Skills and Practice (a seven-day, intensive program featuring a faculty of over 15 family court judges and 25 senior practitioners).

Adam is a member of the Advisory Board for this Certificate and was part of an expert team responsible for the program’s concept, design and execution.

For more information please visit: The Osgoode Certificate in Family Law Skills and Practice

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