Lorne Wolfson has developed the National Family Law Arbitration Course
Lorne Wolfson, together with Lawrence I.Z. Pinsky of Taylor McCaffrey LLP and John-Paul E. Boyd, QC of John-Paul Boyd Arbitration Chambers, have developed the National Family Law Arbitration Course.
The National Family Law Arbitration Course is a 40-hour interactive course which offers a comprehensive introduction to the arbitration of family law disputes in Canada, and includes special pre-course programs for lawyers and mental health professionals interested in working as parenting coordinators.
The course runs over six days in February and March 2021 and provides a complete introduction to the arbitration of family law disputes and the unique skills, processes and procedures these cases require. The course provides the opportunity to learn from experienced, senior family law lawyers with established arbitration practices in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario, in an interactive remote learning environment.
Optional pre-course program for parenting coordinators: the basics of psychology for family law lawyers, January 15, 2021
Optional pre-course program for parenting coordinators: the basics of family law for mental health professionals, January 16, 2021
Day One and Day Two, February 5 & 6, 2021
Day Three and Day Four, February 26 & 27, 2021
Day Five and Day Six, March 19 & 20, 2021