Legal Aid Advocate (Bay Area)

Eva DeLair is a staff attorney at Legal Services for Prisoners with Children.

Eva DeLair is a staff attorney at Legal Services for Prisoners with Children.

Eva DeLair

Tags: Children, Incarceration, Prisoners Rights, School-to-Prison Pipeline, Women
Links: (Current as of: November 3, 2017)


TRAININGS BY THIS PERSON

Best Practices for Providing Legal Services and Legal Education in Prisons and Jail

Nov 2, 2017
Attorneys from Bay Area Legal Aid, Harriett Buhai Center on Family Law, Root and Rebound, and Legal Services for Prisoners with Children will share best practices and creative strategies for providing legal information and services to incarcerated people.
MCLE: 1 hour
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From Protest to Policy: Transforming a Grassroots Anti-Discrimination Movement into State Law

Dec 11, 2017
This webinar will trace the history of this movement and recount how that history enhanced the legislative effort this year. It will go behind the scenes to describe the challenges in getting a bill passed in Sacramento.
MCLE: 1 hour
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Re-entry Round up New Laws in 2018

Mar 21, 2018
Practitioners and policy advocates will be discussing changes in the law affecting low income and justice involved individuals.

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Supervising Interns and Volunteers: Professional Responsibility & Best Practices

May 31, 2018
Presenters will describe the ABA and California Rules of Professional Responsibility as they relate to common challenges with volunteers (including the duty to supervise, the unlawful practice of law, and the duty of confidentiality). Presenters will also discuss challenges and successful strategies for hiring, supervising, managing, and wrapping up the term for volunteers and interns.
MCLE: 1.25 hours (Legal Ethics)
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Tribal Reentry Advocacy: Best Practices for Reentry Legal Advocacy in Rural Tribal Communities

Aug 28, 2019
In response to high rates of incarceration and criminalization among Native people, Root & Rebound, a reentry legal advocacy center, has partnered with various tribal communities, including Yurok Tribal Court, to establish free mobile legal clinics in tribal community settings. This program will give an instructional framework for providing effective, holistic reentry legal services to people in tribal communities. Topics addressed will include: best practices for establishing new mobile legal clinics, strategies for providing legal services in a rural location, and recommendations for building trust and collaborative partnerships between tribes and legal organizations.
MCLE: 1 hour


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