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PET X TALKS KEYNOTE
3 Steps For Resolving Conflicts About Animals
Debra uses a simple, 3 step life lesson from grammar school to explain how to resolve a conflict about an animal. The answers can be found in just three words – STOP, DROP, and ROLL.
Fees vary depending on the type of speaking event. Here are some of the variables to consider when planning your meeting and creating a budget to include Debra in your event.
- Type of presentation – keynote, general session, or breakout workshop
- Multiple presentations – different or same presentation repeated 1 – 6 times
- Length of presentation – full day (up to 6 hours), half day (3 hours)
- Location or venue – where meeting is being held
- Expenses – Actual out-of-pocket, or inclusive with fee
- Licensing fee – for permission to audio or video tape Debra’s presentation
- Customization fee – for going above and beyond to personalize a program
- Terms – your choice between paying in full upfront or a 50 /50 payment option
Please contact Debra directly to discuss how she can help you
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Practicing Animal Law Post COVID-19 Using ADR And Remote Platforms (Webinar) | 10:00 – 11:00am | Presenting July 16 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Do you want to learn how to use ADR and Zoom to help better serve your animal law clients now — during COVID — and in the future?
One thing attorneys have learned during this pandemic is, remote discussions work, and learning the skills of alternative dispute resolution can make remote discussions work even better.
They’ve also learned that working effectively in a remote environment requires some specific tools and training that many don’t have.
On July 16th, at 10:00am I’m honored to be presenting a webinar that will help practitioners learn what they need to know before going remote so they can help their clients with animal issues quickly and responsibly — now and in the future.
The training is sponsored by the New York State Bar Association‘s Committee On Continuing Legal Education – Animals and The Law. Attendees get 1 full CLE credit for the training.
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