Areas of Practice:
Continuing Education Classes:
2014: AAML Advanced Discovery Seminar: CBA Appellate Fundamentals: An Introduction to State & Federal Practices; CCND Staying on the Right Side of the Law: Ethics for Mediators & Collaborative Professionals; FCBA: What Every Attorney Should Know about Mental illness; Lunch with Family Law Judges; GAL Reform; A Review of the Impact of the 2007 Changes to Conservatorship Law; How to interview children; Understanding 18 US Code 2252A and its impact on family law cases; Basics of e-filing electronically; Understanding DCF.
2015: Family Law Arbitration: How it works, how it can benefit clients and counsel and what to expect from the arbitrator; What Judges wish you knew then…but at least you'll know now; The Judicial Perspective on Courtroom Litigation Skills & Techniques – the Do's and Don'ts; When Domestic Issues Result in Criminal Charges. Professional Organizers; Arbitrator Decision Making: Unconscious Psychological Influences and what you can do about them; DWI LAW: One for the Road! Connecticut's New Ignition Interlock Device Program for DUI Offenders; Mandatory Arrest Requirement provided for by Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 46b-38b (A); Improving Lawyers' Judgment: Is Mediation Training De-biasing?
2016: FCBA: Distinctions/differences between Private Mediation and Court Mediation; Stamford J.D.: Open Discussion on Family and Civil procedures; CBA: Administrative Law Practice before Department of Children and Families.; Making Conflict Work; harnessing the power of disagreements; Connecticut Practice Book New Rules Revisions; AAML Advanced Financial Issues Seminar; Quinnipiac Law School Domestic Violence, Spring 2016, Hon. Judge Jane K. Grossman and Assistant State's Attorney Marc G. Ramia. Bench Bar Symposium on Professionalism.
2017: CBA: Cyberattacks: A Threat to Every Law Firm; FCBA: What every consumer lawyer should know about bankruptcy; Darien Library: Affordable Care Act Panel Discussion, Maura Carley, MPH and State Representative Terrie Wood; David Laitin, Professor, Stanford University, How Civil Wars End; Q LAW: Opportunities for Enhanced Practice: Family Court Response to Domestic Violence.
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