Date training recorded: Mar 21, 2018
Trainer(s): Eva DeLair, Brittany Stonesifer, Rodney Holcombe, Beth Avery, Kate Weisburd, Eliza Hersh, Rose Cahn, Danica Rodarmel
Sponsoring Organization(s): Drug Policy Alliance, National Employment Law Project, East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC), Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC), Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (LCCR)
Practitioners and policy advocates will be discussing changes in the law affecting low income and justice involved individuals. Topics will include: clean slate remedies, employment rights, sex offense registry, traffic court, and so, so much more.
2 hours of general CLE.
Rodney Holcombe, DPA, on Propostition 64
Beth Avery, NELP, on Ban the Box
Eva DeLair, LSPC, on 1203.42 record clearance
Kate Weisburd, EBCLC, on juvenile record sealing and juvenile fines and fees
Eliza Hersh, EBCLC, on the sex offense registry
Rose Cahn, ILRC, on Immigration changes
Danica Rodarmel, LCCR, on their bail clinic
Brittany Stonesifer, LSPC, on fines and fees in traffic court and on car towing
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Last revised: Apr 5, 2019 10:49 am