Lectures and Presentations
May 6, 2017, Defining Marriage by Default and Choice: Can the Explicit Promises of Prenups and Postnups Improve the Marital Relationship?, New York State Council for Divorce Mediation 2017 Annual Conference, Tarrytown, New York.
May 4, 5 and 8 2017, Basic Collaborative Law Multi-Disciplinary Training, Sponsored by the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals Wainwright House, Rye, New York.
October 25, 2016, 50/50 Parenting: The New Default, Sponsored by the Family and Divorce Mediation Council of Greater New York (FDMC), New York City Bar Association, New York, NY.
December 5, 2015, Cases That Keep Us Up At Night, Moderator, Panel Discussion, New York State Council for Divorce Mediation Annual Symposium, Co-Sponsored by CUNY Dispute Resolution Center of John Jay College, New York, New York.
September 19, 2015, Prenups, Postnups and No-nups: The Legal and Psychological Challenges for Mediators, New York State Council for Divorce Mediation, Buffalo, New York
October 3, 2015, Prenups, Postnups and No-nups: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach, Catalyst Conference, ADFP and the Center for Mediation, New York New York
October 2014, Fear, Revenge and Anger: The Delicate Balance of Mediating Prenups and Postnups: An Intersection of Psychology & Law, Academy of Professional Family Mediators.
March 2012, Basic Collaborative Practice Training: Developing Excellence in Inter-Disciplinary Team Practice
March 2011, Collaborative Practice: The What and the How, New Rochelle Bar Association
October, 2011, Domestic Violence and Collaborative Practice: the Complexity of Power in Relationships, New Jersey Collaborative Law Group
October, 2011, Key Moments in a Collaborative Case: First Contacts with the Client and the Team, Office of Court Administration, New York, New York
November, 2011- Collaborative Practice Multi-Disciplinary Training, NY, NY, sponsored by the NYACP.
October, 2010, Neutrality and the Financial Professional, Advanced Training, White Plains, NY, sponsored by the NYACP.
April 2010, Protecting the Family in Divorce: Protecting Family Finances of Families in Transition, Women's Club of White Plains, Sponsored by the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals.
November 2009, Domestic Violence and the Collaborative Practitioner: The Complexity of Power in Relationships, Pace University School of Law, White Plains, New York, Co-Sponsored by the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals and Pace Women's Justice Center: program included how to screen for domestic violence and ethical considerations of the collaborative practitioner. This program was one of the first of its kind in New York.
October 2009, Legal Education and Collaborative Practice, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Presentation on the benefits of teaching collaborative law as a form of alternative dispute resolution to law students.
Fall 2009, Get In Or Get Out: Protecting Yourself in Relationships, The Loft, White Plains, New York.
Fall 2009, The Basics of Collaborative Family Law, Pace New Directions Program, Pace University School of Law, White Plains, New York.
Fall 2009, Reaching Out, Protecting Family Finances of Families in Transition, Multi-Disciplinary Symposium on Collaborative Practice, Co-Sponsored by the Bar of the City of New York and the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals, New York City Bar, New York, New York.
Fall 2007, Collaborative Practice, St. John's University, Queens, New York. Lecture on basic collaborative practice.
2007, Basic Matrimonial Practice, Pace University School of Law, White Plains, New York.
2007/2008, Conflict Resolution, Institute for Senior Action, New York, New York.