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Collaborative Practice - Collaborative Solutions for Divorce, Dissolution, Separation and a wide range of family and business disputes.
International Academy of Collaborative professionals - A non-profit corporation whose mission is to educate both professionals and the public in collaborative solutions to disputes; publisher of the Collaborative Quartely, journal for collaborative professionals; site also contains information about upcoming networking and educational events and links to other collaborative organizations.
Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation - A non-profit organization established over twenty years go by family mediators interested in sharing knowledge and setting guidelines for family mediation.
Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council - The Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council consists of attorneys who have agreed to practice law in a collaborative manner.
Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota - Today Show Interview featuring Collaborative Law.
The New York Collaborative Law Group