Catherine Gale is the Director of Resolve Conflict, Lawyers and Mediators, a boutique Melbourne Law Firm specialising in alternative dispute resolution in the Family Law environment.
Catherine graduated from the University of Melbourne Law School and is a Collaborative Family Lawyer, accredited Mediator and an accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.
In 2005 Catherine first became involved with the Law Council of Australia during her year as vice president of the Law Institute of Victoria. In 2006, as the Law Institute President, Catherine became a Director of the Law Council of Australia and her involvement has continued since that time until now when she will be the 2012 President of the Law Council of Australia.
Catherine is a graduate of the Australia Institute of Company Directors and has a strong interest in corporate governance. She is currently on the Board of The College of Law, The College of Law Victoria, The Australian Centre for Court and Justice System Innovation, The Law Institute of Victoria and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
For her work in leading the development in collaborative practice in Australia, Catherine chairs the Law Council of Australia’s National Collaborative Practice Committee and has recently been appointed as a sessional lecturer at Monash University in Collaborative Law in its Masters programme, Monash being the only University in Australia thus far to offer
collaborative law as a subject.
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