I want to thank Stanford Law School for inviting me to present on a topic close to my heart – helping cross-border families find resources to resolve disputes. I was honored to present on my tenure as chair of an international steering group that is working to establish a global network of mediation resources for…Details
I am proud to author the AFCC’s “Ask the Expert” Column for its membership’s March e-newsletter. In the column I talk about some of my insights from the past 15 years of mediating cross-border family cases. Be sure to join me on June 5th in Washington, D.C. for a full day symposium on cross-border family…Details
I am excited to announce that my new book, A Practical Handbook for the Child’s Attorney: Effectively Representing Children in Custody Cases, will be out later this year! I have included a full chapter on representing children in international cases, something near and dear to my heart.
When clients go out of town this August for their summer holiday, you can be refining your mediation skills. Be sure to log in to my August 22nd webinar on international child abduction mediation, hosted by the Association for Family and Conciliation Courts!
Learn more by going to this link: http://www.afccnet.org/Conferences-Training/Webinars/ctl/ViewConference/ConferenceID/256/mid/772.
I am thrilled that I will again teach the International Family Law course at the George Washington University School of Law. I have been teaching this course since 2010, and this coming fall semester will see a few fun changes to the course structure to provide more hands-on participation in real world lawyering skills.
Join me on April 10th at Stanford Law School when I will be presenting on cross-border family mediation issues,
including international initiatives to help bring mediation services to families globally.