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‘Cooperative Law’ Is Not a Substitute for Collaborative Law

November 2018 Bar Bulletin

By Leslie R. Bottimore

[Editor’s Note: This month we continue our look at the Uniform Collaborative Law Act (UCLA), which turned five years old in July. In last month’s issue, J. Mark Weiss touched on the premise of collaborative law and the Act’s basic concepts. This month we follow the history of collaborative law and one practitioner’s journey.]

Long before the UCLA, collaborative law began in Minnesota in 1990 with Stu Webb, who is revered as the founder and was widely celebrated in 2015 at the IACP Forum in Washington, D.C., and the 25th anniversary celebration of collaborative law.

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