Become a Collaborative ProfessionalMCLC welcomes new and renewing members. Please review MCLC's Membership Standards for Collaborative Practitioners  to determine if you meet our member requirements.


Basic Training Requirements

To join the MCLC, one of the requirements is to complete at least 12 hours of collaborative training that meets the MCLC General Requirements. MCLC offers qualifying trainings periodically.  

Visit our calendar to find the next training. For other available trainings visit the IACP's website at: www.collaborativepractice.com and check with MCLC to determine if the training qualifies for MCLC membership. Please contact us at admin@massclc.org if you have questions about whether your training qualifies for MCLC membership.

 

Renewing (existing or former members):

Important Note:  If you are an CURRENT or FORMER member of MCLC, you cannot renew your membership with the application below.  Instead please login to your account and click "Renew my Membership" in the "My Membership" menu in the left sidebar. If you do not remember your username/password, please click the "Request New Password" tab on the login page. You will receive an email with a link to reset your password. Your username will be the salutation in the email. If you don't see that email, check your junk/spam folder.

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Joining  (new members):

To become a member of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council click here to visit our:

Membership Application

Once submitted, your application will be reviewed and you will be notified if MCLC has a question or upon activation.  

Please contact us at admin@massclc.org with questions. We look forward to your joining us.

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