Two Day Interdisciplinary Training in Collaborative Practice

Presented by Pauline Tesler US Attorney, Collaborative Practitioner and Trainer

At Clayton Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin
On Friday 24th and Saturday 25th April 2020
From 9.30am to 4.30pm each day

To book, download,complete and return the form below.
Cost €200 – tea, coffee and lunch each day and materials.
CPD points available.
Supported by the Fulbright Specialist Programme

Booking Form. Click To Download.

Pauline Tesler has been named a California “Super Lawyer” every year since 2004, and has been included in “Best Lawyers in America since 2011. Pauline is more than a “super lawyer”. She has earned an international reputation as a pioneer in the family-friendly, interdisciplinary, values-based team approach to family breakup and restructuring that is known as Collaborative Divorce, not only offering skilled collaborative legal representation to her own clients but also teaching the interdisciplinary collaborative method to lawyers and other professionals (mental health and financial) across the world. For that work the American Bar Association in 2002 conferred upon her its first “Lawyer as Problem Solver” award.


ACP Advanced Training

Presented by Pauline Tesler US Attorney, Collaborative Practitioner and Trainer

At Horse & Jockey Hotel, Thurles, County Tipperary
On Monday 27th April 2020
From 9.30 am to 4.30 pm

To book, download, complete and return the form below.
Cost €100 – tea, coffee and lunch each day and materials.
CPD points available.
Supported by the Fulbright Specialist Programme

Booking Form. Click To Download.

Pauline Tesler has been named a California “Super Lawyer” every year since 2004, and has been included in “Best Lawyers in America since 2011. Pauline is more than a “super lawyer”. She has earned an international reputation as a pioneer in the family-friendly, interdisciplinary, values-based team approach to family breakup and restructuring that is known as Collaborative Divorce, not only offering skilled collaborative legal representation to her own clients but also teaching the interdisciplinary collaborative method to lawyers and other professionals (mental health and financial) across the world. For that work the American Bar Association in 2002 conferred upon her its first “Lawyer as Problem Solver” award.