Collaborative Organizations

International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

IACP is the international community of legal, mental health and financial professionals working in concert to create client-centered processes for resolving conflict.


 Transform how conflict is resolved worldwide through Collaborative Practice.


IACP supports Collaborative Practice as a conflict resolution option worldwide by:

  • establishing and upholding the essential elements, ethical and practice standards of Collaborative Practice

  • fostering professional excellence by educating and providing resources to Collaborative practitioners

  • leading and integrating the Collaborative community

  • promoting the growth of Collaborative Practice

King County Bar Association Collaborative Law Section

KCCL offers the optional dues discount to encourage its members to also be members of the King County Bar Association’s Collaborative Law Section. The two organizations – KCCL and KCBA – have different strengths and emphases, but both are committed to improving the quality and expanding the practice of Collaborative Law in King County. Together they can do more than either could do alone.

The KCBA Collaborative Law Section is open to members of all professions, not just attorneys. Visit the KCBA Collaborative Law Section webpage for more information.

East King County Collaborative Divorce

EKCCD is an open practice group of Collaborative Law professionals who meet monthly in Bellevue to work on Collaborative skill building through training and case discussion.