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2022 Institute for Family Law Associates-Advanced
June 23 @ 1:00 pm - June 26 @ 12:00 pm
Train to become an AAML recognized Advanced Associate
Associate attorneys have a variety of professional responsibilities, including providing legal advice and counsel to clients during litigation. Representing clients in legal cases before a judge and jury. Researching all aspects of a case including previous pleadings and relevant state laws.
Making the right connections has proven to expand networking prospects and referral bases for Associates, and many of these relationships last for years afterward. Additionally, getting your questions answered and sharing valuable legal experience from a highly experienced mentor is key to career growth.
The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) offers a comprehensive and highly acclaimed program that is specifically designed and targeted for Associates who have been practicing family law for 4 or more years in the office of an AAML Fellow – building on the skills developed in the Institute for Family Law Introductory Seminar.
Representative topics for the advanced course include business valuation, dealing with difficult people, rainmaking and practice building, deposing the expert, military retirement issues, advanced tax issues, direct and cross-examination skills, and other advanced skills and issues.
The Institute for Family Law Advanced program is taught by a nationally renowned faculty of Fellows who have decades of experience in mentorship and helping Associates successfully achieve higher levels of excellence in their careers. As with the Institute for Family Law Introductory Seminar, the hallmark of the Advanced program is the valuable mentoring that occurs in small groups of Associates assigned to a particular AAML Fellow that guides the group throughout the program, while having an extraordinary opportunity to network with other Family Law Attorneys from all around the U.S
This biennial program consistently sells out each time it is offered.