According to the 2019 Justice Gap Study, 85 percent of Californians’ legal needs went unmet. While legal aid providers continue to work tirelessly to meet Californians’ needs, demand continues to outpace service availability.

This event features a panel discussion about different Community Justice Worker models, including Alaska’s Community Justice Worker program.

Panelists include: Nikole Nelson, Founding CEO of Frontline Justice; Lucy Ricca, Executive Director of the Stanford Law School Deborah L. Rhode Center on the Legal Profession; Silvia Argueta, Executive Director of the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles; and Sacha Steinberger, Founder and Co-Executive Director of Legal Link.


This presentation is not eligible for MCLE credit.

The Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC) is an approved multi-activity MCLE provider (Provider #2303).

LAAC’s trainings are intended for legal aid advocates. If you are not a civil legal aid attorney, please consider donating here.

The Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC) produces trainings designed for civil legal aid and pro bono attorneys throughout the state, bringing the experts directly to the advocates helping low-income Californians. Technology permitting, all trainings are recorded and archived for later on-demand viewing by advocates. This training is intended to provide legal information, not legal advice, for the purposes of training only practicing attorneys. The legal information in this webinar is not intended to be a substitute for seeking personalized legal advice from an attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction.

Community Justice Worker Panel

March 21, 2024

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