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JERSEY SHORE COLLABORATIVE LAW GROUP

Dinner Meeting - JSCLG’S GOALS FOR THE NEW YEAR

  • January 22, 2019
  • 6:00 PM
  • BUONA SERA (Wine Room), 50 Maple Ave, Red Bank, NJ 07701

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Our main goal for the New Year is to expand the scope of JSCLG to include other forms of alternative dispute resolution using our professionals.  Come join us as we collaborate to meet this goal and plan ways to continue improving our group and growing our practice.

Keep families out of court and build relationships with other members by planning to join one of the following Committees: 

  • Membership
  • Meeting Programming/Symposium
  • Dinner Venues
  • Charity
  • Public Education and its’ sub-committees:
    Social Media/Website
    Presentations and Other Marketing Formats.  
Each Committee will set goals for the year and work together to meet their targets.  Committee meetings are held at the members’ convenience either in person or by teleconference.  We will be discussing the Committees at our monthly meetings.  Get involved this year and make the group work for you.

Menu:

  • Plated salad - Mixed Greens w/ Balsamic Vinaigrette 
  • Entrée Choice - Chicken Parmesan/Piccata, White Fish (choice of prep), or Pasta
  • Dessert - Mini Pastries
  • Cash Bar

Deadline for Final Headcount:  Friday before, January  18, 2019. 

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