Ross Evans on Wednsday, March 18, 2015 spoke to theThe New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups at its annual dinner at Maggianos Resaurant in Bridgewater, New Jersey. Ross was a former president of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, (the “I.A.C.P.”). The topic he spoke about was “Public Education: Building Awareness in your Professional Communities.” Joseph C. Noto, a Bergen County collaborative divorce attorney attended the same, along with several other members of the Collaborative Divorce Association of North Jersey (CDANJ). The turnout he said was very good, with over 83 collaboratively trained professionals attending, which consisted of collaboratively trained lawyers, and mental health and financial professionals. Joseph Noto was very delighted in hearing an additional way to market the collaborative process to other professionals, which included clergy as well. Ross Evans said to the eight Collaborative Practice Groups in New Jersey that it was every effective in Cincinnati, where his group is located, that other professionals, such as the clergy, can it help bring public awareness of the collaborative professionals and what they do and who they are since the passing of the Family Collaborative Law Act in Ohio.