In February 2012, Julie Miller was appointed to the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Collaborative Law Committee. The committee’s purpose, according to its mission statement, is to “address current issues regarding the collaborative law dispute resolution process; educate attorneys and the public about the collaborative law dispute resolution process; recommend standards of practice for attorneys using the collaborative law dispute resolution process; and monitor, propose, and/or support legislation or rules of court that further the development of the collaborative law dispute resolution process.”
Attorney Miller has been offering collaborative law as an option to clients since 2009. She is looking forward to furthering the objectives of the Committee and the opportunity to discuss the benefits of the process with other attorneys throughout the Commonwealth. She is also a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), Collaborative Professionals of Central Pennsylvania (CPCP), and a contributor to the Lancaster Law Blog’s Collaborative Law page.