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Litigating Habitability Cases

This session covers the basic laws regarding habitability and other possible causes of action and other likely causes of action, investigation, client control, discovery and settlement while using case examples to illustrate the concepts.
January 30, 2018
Series: Free to the Public, Litigation
Sponsoring Organization(s): Law Foundation of Silicon Valley, National Housing Law Project (NHLP)




Elder Financial Exploitation: Real Estate Fraud Litigation

This webinar will discuss litigation strategies for assisting seniors who are defrauded of the equity in their home, including the loss of title through forgery or fraud, or the loss of equity and risk of foreclosure due to predatory lending and other scams.
January 11, 2018
Series: Free to the Public, Senior Legal Issues
Sponsoring Organization(s): Bet Tzedek Legal Services




Preventing Gun Tragedies Before They Occur: Understanding California’s New Gun Violence Restraining Order Law

This webinar will help attendees understand the key aspects of this groundbreaking law that went into effect on January 1, 2016, and how to identify the circumstances under which it should be utilized to help prevent suicides and other gun violence.
January 10, 2018
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence




From Protest to Policy: Transforming a Grassroots Anti-Discrimination Movement into State Law

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.
December 11, 2017
Series: Free to the Public


New Horizons for Students with Disabilities: Implications from the SCOTUS decision in Endrew v. Douglas Co. Sch District

In this webinar, we will hear from an author of the disability community amicus brief in Endrew and one of the thought leaders in this arena about the implications of Endrew for students with disabilities and their advocates.
December 5, 2017
Series: Disability, Members-Only, Specialty MCLE Credits
Sponsoring Organization(s): Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF)




Ethics in a Legal Services Context

This interactive program will focus on the most common ethical issues legal services attorneys face in their practice.
December 1, 2017
Series: Intro to Legal Services, Members-Only, Specialty MCLE Credits
Sponsoring Organization(s): OneJustice




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

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.
November 2, 2017
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): Bay Area Legal Aid (BayLegal), Harriett Buhai Center for Family Law, Root & Rebound




Help for Self Represented Domestic Violence Victims in Family Court

This webinar will help those who work with survivors increase their capacity to assist survivors in successfully seeking relief in family court.
October 30, 2017
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA), National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges




California E-Clinic Volunteer Advocate Training: Parental Readiness Empowerment Program (PREP)

California E-Clinic Volunteer Advocate Training: Parental Readiness Empowerment Program (PREP)
October 23, 2017
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law




Conquering Court Debt: Arguing “Ability to Pay” in Traffic Court

This training will provide a framework for understanding the often dramatically harmful impact of traffic court fines and fees, and frequently accompanying driver’s license suspension, on low income infraction defendants.
October 16, 2017
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC), American Civil Liberties Union – Southern California




Overview of Disability Rights Laws

This training is designed to assist attorneys and advocates in a range of practice areas with issue-spotting for disability rights issues.
October 11, 2017
Series: Disability, Members-Only, Specialty MCLE Credits
Sponsoring Organization(s): Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF)




Working with LGBTQ Survivors of Domestic Violence or Intimate Partner Abuse

In this webinar, participants will learn how to provide culturally competent services, and what legal issues may be of particular relevance when working with LGBTQ survivors of domestic violence or intimate partner abuse, including LGBTQ parents.
September 28, 2017
Series: Members-Only, Specialty MCLE Credits
Sponsoring Organization(s): Bay Area Legal Aid (BayLegal), National Center for Lesbian Rights




Recognizing and Addressing Implicit Bias in Domestic Violence Cases

This training will offer experience-based knowledge in advocating within Latino and Southeast Asian communities around issues of domestic violence and provide information on how to address issues of Implicit Bias.
September 26, 2017
Series: Members-Only, Specialty MCLE Credits
Sponsoring Organization(s): Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA), Worksafe




A Right to Counsel in Civil Cases: History, Status, and the Latest Happenings

This presentation will cover the history of federal law on the subject, the actions of the states to fill the gap in critical civil areas (such as child custody, mental health, housing, and domestic violence), and the most exciting recent developments happening in red and blue states all across the country.
August 14, 2017
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel (NCCRC)




Disposable Workers?: Worker Injury & Death Under the Trump Administration

Learn more about basic health and safety rights of workers, anticipated challenges under the Trump Administration, and what you can do to join the on-going campaigns around the nation and the state to protect vulnerable workers, communities and families.
July 31, 2017
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): Worksafe




Teen Dating Violence: Detect, Address and Prevent

Join us for an informational webinar discussing the problem of teen dating, the current federal, state, and local legislation addressing teen dating violence, and what further steps can and should be taken to combat teen dating violence.
July 27, 2017
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): California Women’s Law Center (CWLC)




Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program Abuse and the Impact on Seniors

This webinar will describe the PACE program, the laws and rules governing the program, as well as the ways in which the current absence of consumer protections and PACE program and financing practices harm low-income Californians, particularly older Californians.
June 29, 2017
Series: Free to the Public, Senior Legal Issues
Sponsoring Organization(s): Bet Tzedek Legal Services




Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Basics

Training Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Basics Training recorded: Jun 28, 2017
June 28, 2017
Series: Free to the Public, Senior Legal Issues
Sponsoring Organization(s): Justice in Aging




Improper Medical Billing of Low Income Older Adults

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Improper Medical Billing of Low Income Older Adults Training recorded: Jun 26, 2017
This one hour presentation will cover the basics of improper billing for older adults in California, review the relevant legal authorities, and give practical tips on what to do when a client is fighting an improper bill.


June 26, 2017
Series: Free to the Public, Senior Legal Issues
Sponsoring Organization(s): Justice in Aging




Deep Dive Into “Structured Negotiation:” Focus on the Practitioner

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Deep Dive Into “Structured Negotiation:” Focus on the Practitioner Training recorded: Jun 8, 2017
This webinar will focus on the nitty gritty: how can legal service lawyers use the process to achieve results for clients, including damages, attorneys’ fees, and systemic change.


June 8, 2017
Series: Disability, Members-Only, Senior Legal Issues


800 Restraining Orders: Leveraging Collaboration to Serve Domestic Violence Victims in Court

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800 Restraining Orders: Leveraging Collaboration to Serve Domestic Violence Victims in Court Training recorded: May 18, 2017
This webinar will explore 1) how onsite court legal services and community based agencies can collaborate to ensure victims are prepared and supported at these hearings and 2) highlight a partnership between CSP and Laura’s House that serves 800+ restraining order clients annually using this model.


May 18, 2017
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): Community Services Programs, Inc., Laura’s House




Elder Justice in the Trump Era

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Elder Justice in the Trump Era Training recorded: May 17, 2017
This webinar will cover developments affecting elder justice nationally and in California.


May 17, 2017
Series: Free to the Public, Senior Legal Issues
Sponsoring Organization(s): California Elder Justice Coalition (CEJC)




A Level Playing Field: Title IX and Gender Equity in K-12 Athletics

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A Level Playing Field: Title IX and Gender Equity in K-12 Athletics Training recorded: May 10, 2017
We invite you to join us for an informational training webinar to learn about Title IX and other laws that apply to equality in athletics at K-12 schools.


May 10, 2017
Series: Free to the Public
Sponsoring Organization(s): Legal Aid at Work, California Women’s Law Center (CWLC)




The Rights of Pregnant and Parenting Students Under Title IX and California Law

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The Rights of Pregnant and Parenting Students Under Title IX and California Law Training recorded: Apr 18, 2017
Under Title IX and California law, pregnant students are protected from discrimination and schools are required to provide accommodations to these students so that they can remain full participants in and receive the full benefits of their education.


April 18, 2017
Sponsoring Organization(s): BreastfeedLA, California Women’s Law Center (CWLC)




Parole After SHU

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Parole After SHU Training recorded: Apr 11, 2017
This presentation will provide parole attorneys with information to inform their representation of lifers coming up for parole.


April 11, 2017


Strategies for Navigating Hard Conversations with Clients and Coworkers

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Strategies for Navigating Hard Conversations with Clients and Coworkers Training recorded: Mar 23, 2017
This training will focus on conflict styles and a best-practices model for respectfully resolving disagreement.


March 23, 2017
Sponsoring Organization(s): OneJustice




Client Language Access Rights

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Client Language Access Rights Training recorded: Mar 14, 2017
This presentation will discuss language access rights under various federal and state laws and regulation including Title VI and Government Code 11135, and rights in specific programs including CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal and public and subsidized housing programs. This presentation will also discuss recent changes in language access rights in California courts, and will discuss how to enforce language access rights.


March 14, 2017
Sponsoring Organization(s): Legal Services of Northern California (LSNC)




Dusting off the federal Administrative Procedure Act: Understanding the breadth & limits of agency power

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Dusting off the federal Administrative Procedure Act: Understanding the breadth & limits of agency power Training recorded: Mar 3, 2017
How far can a federal agency go in promulgating or changing new regulations, rules or guidances? What can we do if new or changed regulations or directives harm our clients?


March 3, 2017
Sponsoring Organization(s): Western Center on Law & Poverty (WCLP)




Advocacy Skills Training – Using “Structured Negotiation” As An Alternative to Litigation

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Advocacy Skills Training – Using “Structured Negotiation” As An Alternative to Litigation Training recorded: Jan 19, 2017
“Structured Negotiation” is a way to achieve a win-win resolution of legal claims while avoiding the need for lawsuits. Your clients gain a forum outside the courtroom where stories matter and they can feel heard. Opposing parties gain a way to do the right thing without conceding legal violations.


January 19, 2017
Sponsoring Organization(s): Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF)




Tort Suits and Financial Compensation for Domestic Violence Survivors in California

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Tort Suits and Financial Compensation for Domestic Violence Survivors in California Training recorded: Jan 5, 2017
This webinar will provide an overview of the tort of domestic violence in California, including case law interpreting the tort, an outline of the relief available under statute, and more information on how we can help your clients.


January 5, 2017
Sponsoring Organization(s): FreeFrom