Amanda Boardman & Kim Wright - Integritive Law

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Amanda Boardman & Kim Wright - Integritive Law

  1. 1. Integrative LawConscious Contracts for Conscious Businesses
  2. 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. 3. Many Names and Models
  4. 4. What does this new way ofaddressing legal matters look like ?
  5. 5. Lawyers with … empathy and insight
  6. 6. a whole new set of tools forpreventing and resolving legal matters
  7. 7. innovative conflictresolution models
  8. 8. multidisciplinary, collaborative problem solving
  9. 9. differentiated legal services No more billable hours!
  10. 10. no more “one-size- fits-all”
  11. 11. Sharing Law
  12. 12. New Models of Contracts Creating relationships • Clarity • Sustainable, enduring, collaborative • Win/win not One-Up • Making the world a better place together
  13. 13. Visual
  14. 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. 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. 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.

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