What if a Collaborative Lawyer is Approached by a Non-Trained Lawyer Wishing to Participate in the Collaborative Law Process?

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Q) What if a Collaborative Lawyer is Approached by a Non-Trained Lawyer Wishing to Participate in the Collaborative Law Process?

A) The participation agreement allows a non-trained lawyer to enter into a participation agreement with a trained collaborative lawyer (and with their clients) when the Institute member is assured that the non-member can and will abide by the terms of the participation agreement, become educated about the collaborative law process as prescribed by the Collaborative Law Institute and agree to take part in future formal collaborative law training.

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