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By Kim Newsham
Innovation and Strategic Initiatives, Ministry of Justice
Lisa Eisen, a legal coach who practices in Toronto, will be offering a one-day training on legal coaching. (See her website: http://familylawalacarte.ca/about-us/ )
Legal coaching is a form of unbundling that expands on our traditional understanding of how limited scope services are delivered. The legal coach helps build the client’s capacity to advance their case effectively, and the client is responsible for performing most, if not all, of the work of the file. This one-day training will provide information about this model of unbundling, and will provide an opportunity for developing coaching skills. There is no cost to attend this training.
Training will be held in:
Saskatoon on Tuesday, March 13th, and
Regina on Thursday, March 15th.
To register, email Rhonda Bailey: Rhonda.firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 787-8994.
This training has been approved for 6.5 CPD credits, including 2.5 ethics hours.