Justice Pariente to address 'collaborative law' at symposium.The Florida Chapter of the Association of Family, Court, and Community Professionals is teaming up with the Florida Supreme Court Family Court Steering Committee steer·ing committee
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The FLAFCC is a statewide chapter of the international AFCC AFCC Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
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Keynote Speaker Florida Supreme Court Justice Barbara Pariente Barbara Joan Pariente (born 1948) is an attorney and jurist from Florida. She was chief justice of the Florida Supreme Court from July 1, 2004, until June 30, 2006. Pariente is the second woman to hold the position of chief justice and has served on the court since 1997. will discuss collaborative law Collaborative Law
Collaborative law is a dispute resolution process that does not involve the courts. It is a process that is based on facilitative principles, such as mediation, but is distinct from mediation in that the parties are represented by their own attorneys who at the inaugural conference of the FLAFCC, and the two-day event will feature sessions such as "Collaboration and Therapeutic Jurisprudence," "Innovations in Court Practice/Family Court Steering Committee Program and Projects," and "Collaborative and Cooperative Lawyering."
The FLAFCC board of directors includes President elect Sheldon Finman, an attorney in Ft. Myers; Vice President and 20th Judicial Circuit Court Judge. Hugh Sharnes; and board members 11th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Judith Kreeger, and Joe Hood, a member of The Florida Bar Family Law Section executive council.
At the conference, the FLAFCC will add several people to its board, including Sharon Press, director of the Dispute Resolution Center; First Judicial Circuit Court Judge Kenneth L. Williams; and Ronald Alvarez, a general master in the 15th Judicial Circuit.
The event will take place at the Tampa International Airport Tampa International Airport (IATA: TPA, ICAO: KTPA, FAA LID: TPA) is a public airport located six miles (10 km) west of the central business district of Tampa, in Hillsborough County, Florida, United States. on Friday, November 9, and Saturday, November 10. Registration for the full conference before October 2& is $135, or $155 after. For more information about the symposium visit www.flafcc.org, or contact FLAFCC Secretary Linda Fieldstone field·stone
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