FAMILY LAW NOW LIVE 2-DAY VIRTUAL SUMMIT
Wednesday, September 21st 10:00 am – 4:30pm EST
Thursday, September 22nd 10:00am-4:15pm EST
It’s our pleasure to introduce our first annual Family Law Now Live Virtual Summit.
As an extension of our bi-weekly virtual event series and as part of our continued commitment to providing our community with access to educational resources, we will be hosting a complimentary 2-day virtual summit with presentations on a variety of family law topics. The sessions will be hosted by Russell Alexander and a rotating panel of our associates, as well as several guest family law professionals. Our aim with the summit is to provide those in the legal community with additional knowledge and tools, as well as offer additional support to those navigating separation and divorce.
Attendance is complimentary and all are welcome.
Registration is required to attend the event, with the option of registering for one or both days. Registrants will receive an email via Zoom upon registration with their registration and login details for the event. Attendees are welcome to join at any point during the day at their convenience and preferred times. There will be a dedicated Q&A segment for each presentation. Our audience members are encouraged to send in their questions in advance and our team will do their best to address those questions during the live event.
Please contact our Community Engagement & Events Specialist, Shannon Martell, with any questions regarding the event: email@example.com.
10:00am – 10:30am – Opening Remarks & Keynote Address: The Future of Collaborative Practice by Brian Galbraith
4:15pm – 4:30pm – Information Session
10:00am – 10:30am – Opening Remarks & Keynote Address: Why Family-Centered Divorce Services Require an Integration of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility by Julia McAninch
We encourage registrants to send in their panelist questions in advance with registration for the Q&A segment of the virtual event.
To respect confidentiality, all attendees’ identities will remain anonymous to other audience members.
*Please note that all of the content provided in the presentations is intended to provide general information on separation, divorce, and family law matters, and should not be construed as legal advice.