We are delighted to announce that Consensus is holding a training day in Aberdeen on the 9th of September 2016 between 9:00am and 4:30pm.
Our event chair will be Craig Samson. Craig is currently the head of Blackadder’s Family Law unit and the Chairperson of Consensus. He specialises in high value financial claims and is committed to resolving disputes through mediation and collaborative law.
Speakers to include:
Richard Mullender: An expert in elite-level listening skills and former Hostage Negotiator. He has trained staff at the Metropolitan Police, United Nations and the FBI as well as corporate clients in many different countries including South Africa, United Arab Emirates and France. You can find out more about Richard here.
Kevin Mackenzie: Kevin Mackenzie completed the advanced Collaborative training. Since then Kevin has worked with many Family Lawyers in Scotland. Kevin is a Financial Planner and Pension Transfer Specialist. He specializes in introducing a Financial Neutral as part of a multi-discipline approach.
Anne Hall Dick: Anne is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in Family law and as a Family Law Mediator. She can help separating couples tackle child and financial issues using mediation. Anne is one of the original founding members of the Collaborative organisation and is the Training Convenor.
Myra Eadie: Myra is a psychotherapist who works with individuals and couples in private practice. She also works as a Collaborative Coach, Family Consultant and Trainer. Her training helps her to understand the different personality types and difficulties people face during separation.
Carol Stanger: Carol Stanger is a Wealth Advisor at Towry who has previous experience in the financial sector. She will specialise her speech on pensions.
Isabella Ennis: Advocate, Junior Counsel. Isabella has acted in many civil cases within the areas of child and family law. She is a member of the Westwater Stables. She is an accredited Family Law Arbitrator and will focus her talk on arbitration.
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