Nicolle Kopping-Pavars

Nicolle Kopping-Pavars
Lotus-Law
Principal
Family

After earning her Bachelor of Arts in 1992 and Bachelor of Laws in 1996 from Unisa and Witwatersrand University in South Africa, Ms. Kopping-Pavars was admitted as a lawyer in South Africa in 1998.

She immigrated to Canada in 2001, where she obtained her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Ottawa (National Committee of Accreditation) before being called to the Ontario Bar in 2008.

Ms. Kopping-Pavars has been a meditation and mindfulness practitioner since 2009.

She completed Warrior One’s Mindfulness in Law Teacher Training with instructors Judi Cohen, Scott Rogers, Robert Chender, A.J. Kutchins and Alisa Gray. She then furthered her mindfulness teacher training when she went to study with the monks in northern Thailand.

Ms. Kopping-Pavars deepened her education by completing a mindfulness teacher training certification in Thailand.

She conducts workshops and retreats on mindfulness and emotional intelligence in North America and South Africa and continues to host meditation clinics for colleagues within Toronto.

Nicolle Kopping-Pavars In The News
Kopping-Pavars to host talk on mindfulness

Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars  is hosting a talk on mindfulness on Nov. 28 in Markham. Read more

Stolen laptop puts mindfulness to the test

During a recent trip to South Africa, Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars got a chance to put her mindfulness training to the test. Read more

Kopping-Pavars to host workshop at IACP Annual Forum

Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars is hosting a workshop at the upcoming International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) 18 th Annual Networking & Educational Forum in Philadelphia. Read more

Make meditation a habit: Kopping-Pavars

To get the most out of mindfulness meditation, beginners need to build it into their daily routine, says Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars . Read more

Collaborative law offers separating couples emotional release

Collaborative law gives separating couples an emotional outlet unavailable to them in the traditional litigation process, Toronto-area family lawyer Nicolle Kopping-Pavars tells the Law Times newspaper. Read more

Anxious lawyers could benefit from mindfulness meditation

Anxious lawyers could benefit from regular mindful meditation, says Toronto-area family lawyer Nicolle Kopping-Pavars . Read more

Kopping-Pavars presenting mindfulness workshop at LSUC Solo and Small Firm Conference

Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars  is offering a workshop on mindfulness at the upcoming ‘Solo and Small Firm Conference 2017’, presented by the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC). Read more

Skilled negotiation requires emotional intelligence

Although many lawyers are trained to deal with facts and bottom lines, having an understanding of emotion is the key to successfully engaging the other side during negotiations, Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars  writes in  The Lawyer’s Daily . Read more

Thai approach to mindfulness an eye-opener

Toronto-area family lawyer Nicolle Kopping-Pavars  continues to learn lessons from her recent Buddhist trip to Thailand.    Read more

Honest feedback from clients helpful for lawyer improvement

Especially in family law where individuals are often dealing with difficult personal situations, it is essential for clients to feel their lawyer is helping them to make important transitions, and as such, it is a good idea for counsel to ask for feedback on their work and any areas for improvement, Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars tells The Lawyers Weekly . “You can either do that during, so that you can make sure you’re maintaining your standards, or afterwards…because sometimes once a file is over, people will be more honest with you than during the file,” Kopping Pavars, principal of  NKP Law , says in the article. Read more

Study shows mindfulness helps with stress

A recent study that suggests mindfulness can cut stress and anxiety comes as no surprise to Toronto-area family lawyer Nicolle Kopping-Pavars . Read more

Law firm wellness room fosters productive, less stressful environment

Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping - Pavars  makes a strong case for “wellness rooms” at law offices. Read more

Kopping-Pavars offering mindfulness course for lawyers

Starting Jan. 9, Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars will be offering a five-week mindfulness course for lawyers at her Markham office. Read more

NKP Law holds Monday morning meditation sessions to reduce stress

Each  Monday  morning at 10, lawyers crowd into  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars ’ office for  a meditation session she leads to help them set their week on a path that is less stressful and designed to re-enforce a mindfulness practice. Read more

Mindfulness for judges promotes compassion in courtrooms

If judges received mindfulness training to learn to slow down and live in the present moment, they could help create compassionate courtrooms that would reduce stress and be a healthier environment for lawyers and their clients,   says Toronto-area family lawyer  Nicolle Kopping-Pavars .  Read more

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