The next ICCI training is an Integrative Client-Centered Model Education-Mentorship (ICCM Ed-Men 6) pilot project: Neuroscience in Law Pracitce: Introducing the Integrative Client-Centered Model. It will begin in March, 2015, and run for 6 sessions over a 12 period period. Class sessions will be 3 hours, and include 90 minutes of lecture-questions, and the remaining time will be group case consultations examining real world cases from the lense of the ICCM. Mentorship will be provided between formal meeting sessions by phone and private and group emails. A private Yahoo Group will be set up for inter-group learning, discussion and mentoring.
The pilot project will be limited to 6 legal professionals. Skill level required: novice to experienced (a mix will make the learning environment more dynamic and reciprocal). The price will be reduced to $150 per person, and admission preference will be given to active WSBA Low Bono Section members. Approval for 9 CLE credits (1 ethic) are pending. This series will be family law focused.
The ICCM Ed-Men pilot project will be taught by Mark Baumann, J.D.. The location is in Ballard.
To apply, please send an email request to: