March 20, 2009
Domestic Relations Counseling and Case Law Institute
Attorneys who practice in the domestic court may benefit from insights of psychologists and fellow legal counselors presenting at the 6.0 hour seminar, March 27. “Domestic Relations Counseling & Case Law Institute” provides an understanding of how clinical psychologists support attorney efforts and the distinct role they play as well as how attorneys can work more effectively with clients. In addition, five years of Franklin County domestic cases in the 10th Appellate District will be reviewed. Attendees are strongly encouraged to add unique perspectives to this presentation during an interactive Q & A wrap-up.
The seminar is Friday, March 27, 9:00am-4:30pm. Event #DR090327. Fees: $210 member (pre-registration) or $240; $300 non-member (pre-registration) or $330. $150 non-attorney (pre-registration) or $180. Register online or call 614/221.4112.