Collaborative Family Law Workshop (2 Credits) LAW 2005

This ALSV Workshop introduces students to a non-adversarial method of resolving disputes in the Family Law context. Collaborative law is multi-disciplinary in nature; therefore, students would learn how the various professionals interact to resolve problems and issues faced by divorcing or divorced couples. Through reading assignments, class participation, lectures, and role-play simulations, students will learn the basic foundation of Collaborative Family Law practice. The workshop element of the course would allow students to take a hypothetical case from beginning to end.
Additional Prerequisite(s): Constitutional Law I, Family Law, Evidence, and Professional Responsibility
Recommended: Family Law Litigation Workshop