One of our favorite blog posts of late comes from Norma Trusch, a Houston-based collaborative lawyer who’s not only a founding Collaborative Law Institute of Texas member and former board member, but is also a regular contributor to this blog. She reports on a recent talk from the author, at The Divorce Expo — a conference held earlier this year in Detroit — noting Abraham Lincoln’s thoughts on family law and the need for collaboration. The article looks at the quote and ponders if Lincoln was a proponent of collaborative law before the concept was developed. It’s a great quote, and the post is a great way to kickstart discussion about collaborative law.
You are here: / / Was Abraham Lincoln A Collaborative Lawyer?