Collaborative Law Professionals of Pierce County

The Collaborative Law Professionals of Pierce County (CLPPC) is a group of dedicated professionals who want to help you through some of life's toughest times. We meet to update our skills, discuss our cases, and advocate for peaceful dispute resolution.

Collaborative law is a way of settling disputes that keeps the parties out of court. It is private, confidential, and gives the parties control over the outcome. Oftentimes, it is less costly than full-blown litigation.

If you think collaborative law may be a good option for you, please take a look at some of our information on the subject and feel free to reach out to some of the professionals listed on our site.

Want to practice collaborative law or become an allied professional? Attend CLPPC's May 2019 Basic Training! Basic Training introduces professionals to collaborative law practice and enables them to begin their professional work in the collaborative space. CLPPC is hosting a basic training on May 3 and May 4 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day. Register here:

CLPPC Board of Directors 2018-2019

Immediate Past President: Peggy Fraychineaud Gross
President: Phyllis Duncan-Sousa
President Elect: Kenneth Levey
Secretary: Caroline Campbell
Treasurer: Lindsey Rogers
At-Large Board Members: Jennie Bouska, Amanda Cook, Steve Primas

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