Sherri Goren Slovin

Sherri Goren Slovin Sherri Goren Slovin Sherri Goren Slovin has practiced law in Cincinnati, Ohio for 25 years, with a concentration in the area of Family Law. Sherri is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Law and has received extensive ADR training that includes attendance at Harvard Law School’s Program on Advanced Negotiation Skills.

In addition to her legal practice, Ms. Slovin has mediated commercial disputes and family cases since 1987. She is a recognized trainer and provides workshops on Collaborative Family Law nationally. Ms. Slovin has been given the highest rating (AV) by rating by Martindale Hubbell and has consistently been selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America. Ms. Slovin was also selected by Ohio Superlawyers and was named to the top 50 female lawyers in Ohio in 2004. Ms. Slovin was a founding member of the Collaborative Family Lawyers of Cincinnati and is its past Chairperson. She also currently serves on the Board of International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. She is a member of the Cincinnati Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, American Bar Association.




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Articles and Video:

Negotiation and the Attorney in the Collaborative Process (07/21/12)
As collaborative family law (CFL) matures and moves beyond discussions of paradigm shifts, collaborative protocols and choreography, lawyers grapple with their role in the negotiation of the collaborative case. Too often, lawyers engaged in the collaborative process complain that beneath the veneer of collaboration, they revert to familiar, positional bargaining. What is the advocacy role of the collaborative lawyer? Why should a client choose a lawyer who will engage in collaborative advocacy? What value does the client receive in the collaborative process from the lawyer’s role?

The Basics of Collaborative Family Law - A Divorce Paradigm Shift (06/24/12)
Collaborative Family Law (CFL) is a revolutionary approach to divorce that has quickly spread throughout the United States and Canada. Often misunderstood and occasionally maligned, it has the potential to dramatically change the field of family law.

Understanding The Basics Of Collaborative Family Law (05/24/12)
The process you choose to end your marriage will have a far-reaching impact on the custodial, financial and emotion outcome. Depending on where you live, you may have the options of mediation, Collaborative Family Law (Collaborative Practice), traditional negotiation, or litigation. The following is an overview of the Collaborative Family Law process.