What is Collaborative Law all about?
I was very fortunate, recently, to attend a training session with other practitioners of collaborative law, hosted by Stephen H. Sulmeyer, J.D, Ph.D. Stephen is a charming man normally to be found in his native Californian habitat. The members of my collaborative law group, Brightpod, managed to entice him down to Brighton whilst he was on his travels in England.
Stephen is a collaboratively trained lawyer, mediator and psychologist. Added to which, his fondness for quoting Keats during the training makes him a top bloke in my estimation.
Stephen offered some fascinating insights into collaborative law and laid down some challenges to the lawyers in my group (I put my hand up here) to get out of their comfort zone if they wanted to offer really effective solutions for families in conflict.
Stephen was good enough to allow us to film part of the training day and I’m pleased to offer some of the video snippets below. The only downside is that Stephen had to contend with an interviewer (err… that would be me) who was so enchanted by the answers that he kept forgetting the questions.
What is collaborative law all about?
Please have a look at the video below where Stephen provides an introduction to collaborative law.
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