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Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice is holding its 4th Annual Seminar:
CALIFORNIA ISSUES GLOBAL EXPERIENCE
Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice

Saturday July 30, 2016
9800 S. La Cienega Blvd., 12th Fl., Inglewood, CA 90301
Registration is now open!
For details. visit: CulturalCompetencyinFamilyPractice.com/2016/

5 panels of Family Law Practitioners born, educated and/or practicing in 4 Continents/Legal Systems, examine California Family Law issues (i.e. Premarital, Marriage, Spousal Rights and Duties, and Divorce), in the global setting. Panel of Micro aggression and hidden prejudices. Panel of Lunch with Your Family Law Judge, a unique opportunity for Judicial Officers, attorneys and psychologists to communicate and exchange views regarding the influence and role of culture in our family law litigation.

Cultural Competency in Family Practice will hold the event, The New Frontiers of Divorce
on July 25, 2015.

New_Frontiers_of_Divorce

This year’s Cultural Competency seminar focuses on the complexities that cultural differences have raised in Family Law practice. Seven (7) panels of highly experienced Family Law Judges, Certified Family Law Specialists, and expert psychologists will examine these issues and the challenges facing every family law practitioner.

JULY 25, 2015
9800 S. La Cienega Blvd., 12th Floor, Inglewood, CA 90301
Six (6) hours of Family Law Legal Specialization, and General MCLE Including one (1) hour Elimination of Bias

More details may be found at:

http://culturalcompetencyinfamilypractice.com/
Panels and PanelistsRegister