Year: 2020 Articles

Leadership Requires Awareness

Leadership Requires Awareness

With a goal of being an effective leader, I’ve been reading about how to cultivate leadership skills. What comes up again and again is the importance of building awareness.Have you ever been somewhere, and your mind wanders to another place? Perhaps you’re worrying...

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Taking Divorce Virtual

Taking Divorce Virtual

How a Jameson Law Manages a Virtual Divorce Case in Colorado This blog first appeared on the website for the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Read the original blog here.In the era of COVID-19, everyone is using virtual meeting software to conduct...

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The Changing Legal Landscape

The Changing Legal Landscape

During this time of pandemic shutdowns, legal process and procedure were forced to change. Suddenly, we had no choice but to practice differently, and the court system had to accept drastic changes to legal processes. The way we always knew to practice law simply does...

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Facing Zoom Fatigue

Facing Zoom Fatigue

Photo by Chris Montgomery on UnsplashRemember the days when we had time before and after a meeting to prepare and process? There was no such thing as “Zoom fatigue” back then, and oh it seems a distant memory!With all the virtual meetings of the last few months, I’m...

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Antiracism in Family Law

Antiracism in Family Law

Dr. David CamptAs a member of the IACP Diversity and Inclusion Committee, I’ve been learning how to take steps toward true antiracism from Dr. David Campt, a national expert in inclusion, equity, cultural competence and intergroup dialogue. This antiracism work is so...

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