This overview training will address a “constellation” of hot topics during the Dog Days of August. First tip: depending on context, animals used by people with disabilities can include more than just dogs.
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.
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.
This interactive program will focus on the most common ethical issues legal services attorneys face in their practice.
This training is designed to assist attorneys and advocates in a range of practice areas with issue-spotting for disability rights issues.
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.
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.