Mentoring

Collaborative Practice

Pro Bono Family Law Project

The CP Family Law Project has been designed not only to provide cost effective services to low-income families, but also to assist the next generation of collaborative practitioners receive training in the collaborative process.

If you are selected to participate in the CP Family Law Project, you may find that there are either students or junior professionals who are helping your family reach an agreement in a cost-effective manner.

If you are a law student at Osgoode Hall Law School, and you have received collaborative training, you may be eligible to earn your Osgoode Public Interest Requirement hours or potentially the Praxicum requirement by participating in the CP Family Law Project. Please contact Professor Martha Simmons for further details.

If you are a Collaborative professional and a member of Collaborative Practice Toronto, you may be eligible to be a mentee on a file handled through the CP Family Law Project. Please contact
daniella@waldfamilylaw.com for further details.