Piercing the Veil of Culture

CULTURAL COMPETENCY IN FAMILY PRACTICE
A big thanks to everyone who participated in this highly successful and informative event!

Event details and reviews have been posted on the event website: Culturalcompetencyinfamilypractice.com

On SATURDAY, JULY 27, 2013 Iranian American Lawyers Association presented five panels of family law judges, mental health providers and attorneys with a global view of marriage, relationship during marriage, divorce and its consequences, i.e. custody, support & division of property, at the University of West Los Angeles, School of Law. MCLE Credits were issued to legal professionals in attendance.

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Excerpts:

“The all-day seminar was an enormous success. It was informative, creative, and entertaining. It was clear that an extraordinary amount of time and effort were used to generate such a multi-faceted experience.

“The program was excellent. It showed a lot of attention to detail and preparation. Each of the five panels met its objective and provided a lot of information.

“The presentations applying visual information were excellent as a teaching tool. The selection and variation of the panel members were well done.”

“Thank you for a very helpful and informative day of multi-panels that enlightened me on the aspects of dealing with multiculturalism in family law.”

“One of the best parts of the program wasn’t ON the program. The lunch was itself a statement of cultural diversity.


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