Anyone is welcome to attend our practice group meetings, however, to be a member in good standing and be included on our referral list, the following requirements need to be met:
- Attend an approved basic Collaborative Law Training;
- Attend an approved 40 hour Mediation Training;
- Be a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP);
- Attend at least three CLPPC practice group meetings/year and attain the number of points needed to maintain membership;
- Be a member in good standing with your professional organization or certifying board;
- Where possible maintain professional liability insurance coverage;
- Agree to adhere to the principles and guidelines of collaborative law as adopted by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Click here for IACP Principles and Guidelines.
If you are interested in being on our referral list, Fill out our Membership Form.
Your membership means that the CLPPC can continue to be an active and vital part of the community.
What do your dues pay for?
- A listing on the CLPPC Website where prospective clients and other professionals go for referrals. This also helps your Google SEO ranking.
- Assurance to clients and professionals that you have passed the rigorous training requirements
required to be a member of CLPPC and that you regularly update your Collaborative Law skills
- Opportunity to network with area Collaborative Law Professionals
- Regular notification of Professional Development and Collaborative Law Education
- Discount to join IACP
- A voice in decisions affecting CLPPC Membership
Your participation and dues support make these and other services possible. At $100, it’s a great deal. Membership renews each year on May 1st, and you will be notified via email how to pay your renewal fee.
CALENDAR OF COLLABORATIVE LAW EVENTS 2020
- TBD due to Covid