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Arbitration for the Family Lawyer: Everything You Need to Know to Arbitrate Your Cases
Presented by: Alternative Dispute Resolution Section and Family Law Section
About the Program:
In the final seminar in the series on ADR advocacy, you will learn how
to draft an arbitration clause/agreement, draft the essential parts of a
submission, and design your own litigation. Learn what you need to know
about the arbitration hearing and post-arbitration motions at this
The Honorable Elaine Gordon (Ret.), Gordon ADR LLC, Westbrook
Robert D. Zaslow, Zaslow and Sandler LLC, West Hartford
Arthur E. Balbirer, Attorney at Law, Bethlehem
Roy L. De Barbieri, De Barbieri & Associates LLC, New Haven
Who Should Purchase:
Family lawyers, whether new or seasoned practitioners.
This seminar is appropriate for newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.
CLE Credit: Areas of Professional Practice 3.0 hrs.