Pauline Tesler, our friend and the Director of the new Integrative Law Institute at Commonweal, talks to us about just what is Integrative Law and how it will be changing how all attorneys see, and do, their work.
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Pauline H. Tesler is a specialist in family law certified by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization since 1984, and a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. After conducting a vigorous litigation and appellate practice for 20 years, in the mid-1990s she became a pioneer in extending the practice of Collaborative Law and interdisciplinary team Collaborative Divorce worldwide. For her groundbreaking work as a collaborative lawyer, Pauline was recipient of the first “Lawyer as Problem Solver” award from the American Bar Association in 2002. Pauline and a small group of colleagues co-founded the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) and its journal, The Collaborative Review, in the late 1990s. Pauline is author of the critically acclaimed practice manual for lawyers, Collaborative Law: Achieving Effective Resolution in Divorce Without Litigation (published in 2001 by the American Bar Association) and Collaborative Divorce: The Revolutionary New Way to Restructure Your Family, Resolve Legal Issues, and Move On With Your Life. Most recently she became director of Commonweal’s new Integrative Law Institute. For even more details about Pauline, check her website here.
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