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Ajit Roopnarine Completes His Level II Collaborative Practice Training

Our Associate lawyer, Ajit Roopnarine, has completed his Level II of the Collaborative Practice Training organized by the Ontario Collaborative Law Federation (OCLF). This training supplements the Level I training that all lawyers wishing to practice collaboratively must complete. The training focuses on further developing expertise in interest based negotiations, client assessment and suitability, managing client expectations, strengthening communications tools and managing a Collaborative Practice case.

Congratulations Ajit on getting one step closer to becoming a collaborative practice family lawyer.

To learn more about the OCLF, click here

Technology and Family Law Conference


Technology and Family Law Conference

The Technology and Family Law Conference live web cast will be aired on Wednesday June 12, 2013 from the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Our presenters help you take the next step in integrating technology in your family law practice. Discover how new software and social media can further enhance your efficiency, client service, and marketing capabilities.

The webcast is free. To register visit

Learn more on twitter @LSUCCPD #tech

Top 5 things I learned at the ABA’s R3 marketing strategies conference – Update



 Top 5 things I learned at the ABA’s R3 marketing strategies conference – Update

Law Practice is the leading magazine on the business of practicing law.  Published six times per year, it offers insightful advice and practical tips on marketing, management, technology and finance.

We are pleased to announce that our blog “Top 5 things I learned at the ABA’s R3 marketing strategies conference”, ,has been published by Law Practice Magazine in their December 2011 edition.  You can read the article here


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