Amanda Boardman & Kim Wright - Integritive Law

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  • 1. Integrative LawConscious Contracts for Conscious Businesses
  • 2. New Business Models and Ideas• Forms of business organization: B Corporations, L3C• Triple bottom line• Socially responsible corporations• Social entrepreneurship• Conscious business• Conscious capitalism
  • 3. Many Names and Models
  • 4. What does this new way ofaddressing legal matters look like ?
  • 5. Lawyers with … empathy and insight
  • 6. a whole new set of tools forpreventing and resolving legal matters
  • 7. innovative conflictresolution models
  • 8. multidisciplinary, collaborative problem solving
  • 9. differentiated legal services No more billable hours!
  • 10. no more “one-size- fits-all”
  • 11. Sharing Law
  • 12. New Models of Contracts Creating relationships • Clarity • Sustainable, enduring, collaborative • Win/win not One-Up • Making the world a better place together
  • 13. Visual
  • 14. A Conscious ContractCreates: Foundation for a relationship of connection and trust Structure for conversations that matter Recipe for handling change Documents that reflect the values and purpose of the parties
  • 15. Possible Elements of a Mindful Contract• Purpose, Vision, Mission, Values of each• Shared Purpose, Vision, Mission, Values – How are we going to make the world a better place? [Linda Alvarez]• Conflict resolution plan – How will we handle change? – Is our on-going relationship important to us even if this contract ends?
  • 16. Addressing Change and Conflict Resolution: Creating Your Own Justice System• First we will talk about it.• Then we will communicate by writing.• We’ll get a trusted advisor to sit with us and mediate or help us talk.• We’ll get collaborative lawyers.• We’ll go to the woods.• We’ll dissolve rather than going to court.