Our latest training newsletter (December 2021) profiles the upcoming 40-Hour Ontario Family Arbitration course (Family Arbitration Law & Skills). As well, recent blog pieces by Retired Justice Clifford Nelson and family arbitrator Elizabeth Hyde, and our new interactive quiz! Check it out here.
Special Training Newsletter on Ontario Family Arbitration Course, Blog & Games!
Conversations About Domestic Violence in Family Law with 16 Experts
Hilary Linton is one of the 16 experts featured in this online, 6-part series on domestic violence (DV) / intimate partner violence (IPV) best practices in the family law environment in the US and Canada. This course is designed to educate anyone in family law on DV. For further information and registration, click here.
Bi-annual Family Arbitrators and PC Training Day set for January 2022
Hilary Linton and Elizabeth Hyde are both scheduled to speak at the upcoming “Bi-Annual Update on Power Imbalances and Family Violence in Family Arbitration and PC” event, scheduled for Saturday, January 15, 2022. This course meets MAG’s bi-annual training requirements for family arbitrators and parenting coordinators! For further information, click here to view the event flyer, and click here to register.
2021 FDRIO Conference
We are proud to be a Bronze Sponsor of the upcoming FDRIO conference, scheduled for November 2021! Click here for further conference details and registration.
4-Part OBA Family Violence Training for Family Lawyers
Starting July 21, 2021, the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) will be delivering a 4-part webinar series on Family Violence, essential for every family lawyer! Elizabeth Hyde will join the roster of family professionals for Part 2 (July 28) and will speak about “Important Considerations for Selecting the Best Process for Your Client”. For the complete training agenda and registration details, click here.
“It is critical that every family lawyer has a comprehensive understanding of what family violence is, how to recognize and respond to it, the legal impacts of family violence, and how best to support your clients.”