Join us on October 25th for a panel discussion on the fundamentals of building a Collaborative practice. Experienced Collaborative professionals will share with you their views on how to introduce the concept to clients and how to screen out inappropriate cases. The basic principles of Collaborative Law will be reviewed and some of the most popular myths will be dispelled.
Our panelists include:
Regina A. DeMeo, is an attorney in the DC area, where she has been a Collaborative professional since 2006. She is a member of International Academy of Collaborative Professional's Practice Group Development Committee and Immediate Past President of Collaborative Divorce Association, Inc., where she remains a Board member. Regina, who has lectured at Georgetown Law Center and GWU Law School on Collaborative Divorce, has also appeared in various media sources as a proponent of Collaborative Law and is a published author on this subject.
Paul R. Smollar is a partner at Kuder, Smollar & Friedman, P.C. and has practiced law for thirty years. His practice areas are Domestic Relations Law, Personal Injury Law, General Civil Litigation, Estate and Probate. However, a significant portion of his practice is devoted to family law. He practices in both the District of Columbia and Virginia and is an active member of the Fairfax County Bar, the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and the Family Law Section of the District of Columbia Bar.
This Off the Record Brown Bag Program is sponsored by the Family Law Section.
Remarks made during “Off the Record” programs may not be used for publication.
D.C. Superior Court
500 Indiana Avenue, NW, Room 3300
(Judiciary Square Metro)
Washington DC 20001
- Sections Office 202-626-3463
- Jessica Adler, The Law Office of Jessica Adler (Moderator)
- Regina DeMeo, Law Office of Regina Demeo
- Katherine A O'Rourke, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP (Moderator)
- Paul Smollar, Kuder, Smollar, & Friedman
- CLE Credit
FREE - No Registration Required $0.00
FREE - No Registration Required (Section Member) $0.00