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Nathalie Boutet on The Theory and Practice of Dispute Resolution

Nathalie Boutet will be a guest speaker at the Osgoode Law School program discussing the topic of “The Theory and Practice of Dispute Resolution” on January 10th, 2022. The goal of the presentation is to help lawyers and mediators understand

CALU 2022 Fall Conference

Nathalie will be a co-panelist at the Annual CALU virtual conference, speaking about the personal disruptions that divorce causes not only a personal disruption but to businesses as well.  The distribution of assets can be stressful especially when a business

Nathalie Boutet at the STEP Canada 2022 Conference – Toronto

Nathalie will speak as a family law expert at the 2020 annual STEP Canada Conference (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) Group

Nathalie Boutet at ABA Connect

The Great Reopening: Post COVID-19 Issues in Business, Employment, Immigration and Family Law Presented by the ABA International Law Section, Canada Committee As the economy is set to reopen after more than a year of shutdowns, novel issues and areas

Nathalie Boutet at Collaborative Law Practice Event

Virtual Lunch & Learn Trouble in Paradise? Dealing with challenging team dynamics Experienced presenters will discuss strategies for managing when the “team” is not working well together including teams composed of professionals with various levels of experience with Collaborative Practice

Nathalie at Northwind Professional Institute

Nathalie will speak at the Northwind’s 3rd Annual High Net Worth Invitational Forum. North Wind Institute

Nathalie on The Brain and Dispute Resolution

Nathalie will be guest speaker on “The Brain and Dispute Resolution” at the Osgoode Law School program, on January 14th, 2020

Nathalie Boutet At The Tax Specialist Group 2020 Conference

Nathalie will speak as a family law expert at the 2020 annual conference of the Tax Specialist Group.

Nathalie at the Osgoode Law School

Nathalie will present her popular “Negotiation with the brain in mind” workshop as part of the negotiation curriculum of the Osgoode Law School program, on February 25th, 2020

Family Therapy: When Divorce Strikes

Medical professionals are often “first-responders” to couples and families who may be going through a life-changing event such as separation and divorce. Doctors, nurses, psychotherapists, social workers and other mental health professionals can learn more about Family Law and alternative

Neuroscience in ADR: Strategies for Responding to Neurological Reactions in Clients, Counsel and Yourself – Boutet Speaker at OBA Institute

The human brain is hard-wired to respond in times of stress. For you as a lawyer and/or ADR professional, understanding how this brain function works gives you valuable insight into the experiences of your clients, counsel and even yourself in

Nathalie Boutet at the Investors Group T.A.D. Education Session

The Toronto Area Regional and Division Directors are pleased to present: “Divorce Law and Wealth Protection” Nathalie Boutet, LLBBoutet Family Law

Nathalie Boutet as Key Note Speaker at Kawartha Collaborative Law Association

Nathalie Boutet will be a keynote speaker at the Kawartha Collaborative Law Association with Jane Southren. Together they will be speaking about understanding the brain and science to better understand and serve your clients, and how to energize your collaborative

Neuroscience and Behavioural Economics for Legal Practitioners

AGENDA: 9:00am-9:10am – Welcome and Opening Remarks (Jane Southren, Jane Southren Consulting) 9:10am-10:25am – Behavioural Economics 101- Management and Communication Strategies for Law and Business (Michael Sherman, BA, JD, MBA, President, Brainthinks) 10:25am-10:40am – ​Coffee and Networking Break 10:40am-11:55am- The

Nathalie Boutet is the Keynote Speaker At the IDFA 2017 Canadian Series Conference

The IDFA 2017 Canadian Series Conference brings together the divorce community for 2.5 days of networking and continuing education with a lineup of experts in the field. Nathalie Boutet will be the keynote speaker at this event, speaking on the

Nathalie Boutet at CAFE’s Family Business Forum

Protecting family business when divorce strikes Families who devote their lives nurturing their business are ill prepared for marital breakdowns that pose risks to the well-being of individuals and businesses. Watch this video to find out the best strategies to

Collaborative Negotiations

Neuroscience and Behavioural Economics for Litigators

AGENDA: 9:00am-9:10am – Welcome and Opening Remarks (Stephen LeDrew, Barrister and Solicitor) 9:10am-10:10am – A Lawyer’s Guide to Neuroscience (Nathalie Boutet, Boutet Family Law) 10:10am-10:25am – Coffee and Networking Break 10:25am-11:25am – Behavioural Economics 101 – Management and Communication Strategies

Navigating Changing Circumstances

Robin Dodokin and Bev Moir are pleased to invite you to an inspiring event given by women, for women in transition. Delivered by experts in their respective fields, our speakers will start the conversation around best practices of how to

Nathalie Boutet at Conference Board of Canada

Nathalie Boutet helped business leaders learn from the “tremendous change” of divorce at the recent two-day Change Management 2016 conference (May 4 and 5) held by the Conference Board of Canada. The conference also featured speakers from health-care and business sectors

Avoiding triggers in mediation involving personality disorders

Boutet was recently featured as one of three expert panelists at an Ontario Bar Association (OBA) program, Managing Personality Disorders in Mediation. The panel provided practical strategies for lawyers who deal with people who have difficult personalities.  Read more about the panel and topics

How to create a valid marriage or cohabitation agreement?

Pre-Nup Agreements Entering into a new relationship is an exciting time for the young couple as well as the family. Next Gen who own shares in the business or who receive money or gifts from the family business will be

The Neuroscience of Conflict

Nathalie Boutet shared her knowledge on the subject of “The Neuroscience of Conflict” with the students of The Theory and Practice of Dispute Resolution course in fall of 2015.

Understanding Science For Better Leadership Skills

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE TORONTO presented an Autumn BBQ and Dinner Presentation on Thursday, September 17, 2015 at the Toronto Lawn Tennis Club! CPT lawyer and mediator Nathalie Boutet presented her energizing vision of what makes teams succeed and practitioners thrive. Using

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