Los Angeles Lawyer Magazine, Alison Spirito

Alison Spirito, LACFLA member and LACBA board member, was recently published in Los Angeles Lawyer Magazine. Her insightful article first provides helpful definitions of two types of consensual dispute resolution, mediation and collaboration. She then explains why these meaningful processes are a good fit for millennial attorneys, who value creative thinking and problem solving, making a positive difference in the lives of others, and flexibility regarding work schedule and location.

“Millenial attorneys looking to find their fit in the legal profession should consider careers in family law, particularly in mediation and collaborative divorce, which are consensual dispute resolution processes aiming to keep divorces civil, private, and out of court.”

Read more of Alison’s article here

Alison Spirito
McGaughey & Spirito

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