Karen has been named by IACP as Co-Chair with Attorney Catherine Connor of California, of the Access to Collaboration Task Force for 2014. Karen is looking forward to working with Catherine and the IACP on this important endeavor!
Attorneys Karen Levitt and Lynda Robbins have been asked by the Speaker’s Bureau of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, to present to Vermont collaborative practitioners this fall. The presentation will be on November 18, 2013 in Montpelier, Vermont.
Karen will be attending the IACP Annual Forum in October, 2013, which will be held in San Antonio, Texas.
This is an annual educational conference about divorce, collaborative law, settlement and negotiation tools and techniques, and various other topics of interest that provide continuing education that is useful for litigation, mediation, and collaborative law.
Karen has been honored by being elected to a three year term on the Board of Directors of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (“IACP”), beginning January 2014.
IACP is an interdisciplinary organization with over 5000 members from around the world, including lawyers, judiciary, financial professionals and mental health professionals.
For more information about IACP, go to www.collaborativepractice.com.
The IACP has accepted a workshop proposal from Karen J. Levitt and two other professionals for the IACP annual forum in San Francisco in October 2011.
The workshop, entitled Who “Leads” in the Collaborative Practice Team Meetings: When, Why and How?, has been accepted as an Advanced, 90-minute workshop. Co-presenting with Karen will be Lynda Robbins, President-Elect of the IACP, and psychologist Sanford M. Portnoy, Ph.D., the Director of The Center for the Study of Psychology and Divorce at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. For more information about the forum, go to www.collaborativepractice.com.