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Preview: "The Craft of Collaborative Practice" DVD Course

by Chip Rose
October 2010

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This is a preview of the Mediate.com video: "The Craft of Collaborative Practice" with Chip Rose. Full information on this 7 DVD Set is at available here.

This DVD has over ten hours of instruction, including: Topics include:

  • Explaining the model in the first consultation
  • Preparing the client for collaborative meetings
  • Introducing substantive issues and topics
  • The use of forms, agreements, agreement making
  • Addressing issues of enforcement
  • Discovery, disclosure and document production.

  • Biography


    Chip Rose is Director of The Mediation Center in Santa Cruz, CA and a certified as a Specialist in Family Law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. Chip maintains private practices in mediation and Collaborative Family Law in Santa Cruz, California.

    Chip is recognized internationally as an innovator and expert in the field of mediation and collaborative dispute resolution.  He is currently on the Board of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), and a former Board Member of the Academy of Family Mediators (AFM), which subsequently merged with other dispute resolution organizations to become the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR).   As an adjunct faculty member at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law, he teaches workshops in basic and advanced mediation, as well as Collaborative Law. Chip is the author of Collaborative Family Law Practice and is a regular columnist in both The Collaborative Review, the Quarterly publication of IACP, and Mediation News, the quarterly publication of the Family Section of ACR. Since 1994, Chip has also been providing training throughout the United States and Canada in the rapidly emerging movement of Collaborative Law.

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