Northern Lights Conference 2018



The ever popular Northern Lights conference – now in its ninth year – is returning to York on Friday 5th October 2018.
 
Once again, the conference will take place in the beautiful riverside setting of the Park Inn by Radisson York City Centre hotel, and this year’s theme is ‘Joining the Dots’. We'll be focusing on sharing best practice to help you develop your collaborative law knowledge, skills and expertise with an opening session that invites everyone to share ideas and advice for growing a collaborative caseload.

Book your place here.
 
Giving you time to think and reflect...
 
People tell us that one of the main benefits of the conference is providing an opportunity to get away from the office, take a step back from the day-to-day and think differently. So whether it's 'using your brain for change', finding out how to have the best collaborative pod EVER or adopting a coherent strategy in collaboratve practice, our speaker line up is once again designed to get you thinking.
 
We'll be hosting a World Cafe at the event, too, facilitated by Andrew Pearce, giving everyone who attends the opportunity to share best practice and learn from each other.

We will also be running the third annual Collaborative Family Law Week from 1-5 October, reflecting the conference theme and producing content for you to share online to help raise awareness of collab and its benefits among prospective clients and intermediaries. 
 
Six hours' soft skills CPD for just £135
 
As ever, the Northern Lights conference offers huge value for money, giving you your six hours’ annual soft skills training in a single hit – and plenty more besides. Open to collaborative family practitioners and mediators, we’ve put together an agenda that offers something for everyone. 
 
You can book your place at the conference here. We will also be sending an email alerting people to Earlybird discounts, so if you’d like to be added to our mailing list to receive information about the conference, drop us an email via this link.