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THE ONTARIO COLLABORATIVE LAW FEDERATION
7TH CONFERENCE

FULL TEAM AHEAD: Building Effective Collaborative Teams

was held September 27 to 29, 2012

LSUC Substantive hours

Lawyers, to obtain your credits for this conference, log on to your LSUC portal and enter the information manually.  This conference is not listed on the LSUC drop down menu. 
Enter OCLF Full Team Ahead Conference 6 hours substantive if you attended all 4 workshops available to you.  If not, the credit is 1.5 hours per workshop.

Lawyers who also presented, the LSUC allows 3 hours of preparation plus 1.5 hours for each presenatation you gave.  So log into your LSUC portal and enter the hours manually as above. 
For each presentation you gave, you have 4.5 hours of substantive hours. 

NOTE:  There are no professionalism credits for this conference.

Educational Credits for Family & Financial Professionals

Please consult your respective governing association.

Sponsorship

The Sponsorship Committee wishes to thank all the sponsors for helping to make this a successful conference:

Many thanks to our generous sponsors:

Chestnut Collaborative Solutions
Collaborative Family Law Group of Grey/Bruce
Collaborative Family Practice Hamilton/Halton
Collaborative Practice Ottawa
Collaborative Practice Simcoe County
Collaborative Practice Toronto
Divorce Choices/Jackie Ramler:  Family TLC/Sue Cook
DIVORCEmate  Software
Durward Jones Barkwell & Company LLP
Eagle Adventure Experiences Inc.
Epstein Cole LLP
Fuller Landau LLP
Galbraith Family Law
Krofchick Valuations
Law Times
Marmer Penner Inc.
mediate383 inc.
Peel Halton Collaborative Family Law Practice
Shred North, Archive Document Storage
Soberman LLP
Sudbury Collaborative Law Group
SuiteWorks Business Centres
The Divorce Team
Tourism Barrie
Waterloo - Wellington Collaborative Law Association

 

THE 2012 JAMES C. MACDONALD AWARD

The James C. MacDonald Award was presented to Richard W. Shields