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Anatomy of a Successful Hospital-Based Medical-Legal Partnership

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From the program: Anatomy of a Successful Hospital-Based Medical-Legal Partnership

Released on: Dec. 10, 2015

Taken from the briefing Anatomy of a Successful Hospital-Based Medical-Legal Partnership recorded December, 2015 in New York. It is not uncommon for legal issues to affect the health of patients. As more providers turn to holistic care, more providers are looking for solutions to resolve the legal issues that affect the well-being of their patients. Thus, many providers are exploring a medical-legal partnership (“MLP”). A successful ...

Avoiding the "Inevitable": The Growing Consensus that Recidivism Can Best Be Averted through Early Attention to Eventual Re-entry and by Effective Alternatives to Incarceration

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From the program: Avoiding the "Inevitable": The Growing Consensus that Recidivism Can Best Be Averted through Early Attention to Eventual Re-entry and by Effective Alternatives to Incarceration

Released on: Dec. 8, 2016

Taken from the briefing Avoiding the "Inevitable":  The Growing Consensus that Recidivism Can Best Be Averted through Early Attention to Eventual Re-entry and by Effective Alternatives to Incarceration  recorded December, 2016 in New York. There is a growing consensus throughout many parts of the country that society should re-examine and replace many traditional modes of dealing with convicted adults and juveniles found to have ...

California’s Proposition 47 Two Years On: Find Out What to Do Now

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From the program: California’s Proposition 47 Two Years On: Find Out What to Do Now

Released on: Sep. 19, 2016

Taken from the briefing California’s Proposition 47 Two Years On:  Find Out What to Do Now recorded September, 2016 in New York. In November 2014, California’s Proposition 47 reduced many theft and forgery crimes worth $950 or less, and most simple drug possession crimes, for people without sex offenses or strike priors, down from felonies, or possible felonies, to straight misdemeanors. It also gave people with prior convictions ...

Challenging Immigration Detention with Habeas Petitions – A Basic Overview

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From the program: Challenging Immigration Detention with Habeas Petitions – A Basic Overview

Released on: Feb. 2, 2017

Taken from the briefing Challenging Immigration Detention with Habeas Petitions – A Basic Overview recorded February, 2017 in New York. Listen to expert faculty as they provide basic training on habeas petitions for detained immigrants. This important free briefing is offered in response to community demand and the great need for training on this topic. For a more in-depth discussion of habeas and immigration, please register ...

Ethical Issues in Working with Pro Bono Clients

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From the program: Ethical Issues in Working with Pro Bono Clients

Released on: Oct. 29, 2015

Taken from the briefing Ethical Issues in Working with Pro Bono Clients recorded October, 2015 in New York. Pro Bono clients are like any other clients in many ways. But some Pro Bono clients present ethical issues for attorneys that are often different than presented by fee-paying or contingent fee clients. Lawyers sometimes face difficult questions about defining who the client is, communication with clients, clients with diminished capacity, ...

Ethical Issues in Working with Pro Bono Clients in 2016

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From the program: Ethical Issues in Working with Pro Bono Clients in 2016

Released on: Nov. 2, 2016

Taken from the briefing Ethical Issues in Working with Pro Bono Clients in 2016 recorded October, 2016 in New York. Pro Bono clients are like any other clients in many ways. But some Pro Bono clients present ethical issues for attorneys that are often different than presented by fee-paying or contingent fee clients. Lawyers sometimes face difficult questions about defining who the client is, communication with clients, clients with diminished capacity, ...

Extreme Sentencing of Youth: The Evolution of Constitutional Limitations and Practical Implications

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From the program: Extreme Sentencing of Youth: The Evolution of Constitutional Limitations and Practical Implications

Released on: May. 11, 2017

Taken from the briefing Extreme Sentencing of Youth:  The Evolution of Constitutional Limitations and Practical Implications recorded May, 2017 in New York. Four times in a little over a decade, the Supreme Court has limited the imposition of extreme sentences on children. This presentation will review the evolution in the Supreme Court’s Eighth Amendment jurisprudence, as well as the practical implications for representing ...

Fair-Chance Employment Practices: Opening Job Opportunities for People with Records

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From the program: Fair-Chance Employment Practices: Opening Job Opportunities for People with Records

Released on: Sep. 19, 2016

Taken from the briefing Fair-Chance Employment Practices:  Opening Job Opportunities for People with Records recorded September, 2016 in New York. An estimated 70 million people in the United States—nearly one in three adults—have a criminal record. Too often the stigma of having a record presents an insurmountable hurdle to finding employment for jobseekers. As the national movement for criminal justice reform accelerates, ...

How to Become a Culturally Competent Attorney

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From the program: How to Become a Culturally Competent Attorney

Released on: Nov. 7, 2016

Taken from the briefing How to Become a Culturally Competent Attorney recorded October, 2016 in New York. You know that you have an ethical obligation to be competent in the law when you take on a client. But what is this cultural competence you’ve heard referred to? Why is it important (if it is), and how do you gain this competence? Is it something that just relates to pro bono cases, or is it important in your work with paying clients? ...

Human Trafficking and Forced Labor: Litigation Trends and the Power of Pro Bono

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From the program: Human Trafficking and Forced Labor: Litigation Trends and the Power of Pro Bono

Released on: Jun. 23, 2017

Taken from the briefing Human Trafficking and Forced Labor: Litigation Trends and the Power of Pro Bono recorded June, 2017 in New York. The International Labor Organization estimates that 20.9 million people around the globe are held in all forms of servitude, including forced labor. For decades, impunity has been the norm. But the status quo is changing. Supply chains are under tremendous scrutiny, with legislation mandating greater transparency. ...

Immigration Executive Orders: What You and Your Clients Need to Know

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From the program: Immigration Executive Orders: What You and Your Clients Need to Know

Released on: Feb. 16, 2017

Taken from the briefing Immigration Executive Orders: What You and Your Clients Need to Know recorded February, 2017 in New York. Listen to this briefing for an overview of the recent Executive Orders and an examination of the Orders’ practical impact. This free briefing is offered in response to community demand and the great need for training on this topic. For a more in-depth discussion about immigration, please look for PLI’s ...

In-House Counsel and Pro Bono -- Making the Match

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From the program: In-House Counsel and Pro Bono -- Making the Match

Released on: Oct. 23, 2015

Taken from the briefing In-House Counsel and Pro Bono -- Making the Match recorded October, 2015 in New York. There has been a lot of interest in involving the talented cadre of in-house counsel into the pro bono volunteering world, and in recent years, tremendous momentum has been gathering. In the spirit of the 7th Annual National Pro Bono Week, please listen to this briefing to learn more about the art of making the match. We welcome ...

Maximizing Your IP Job Search with Loyola Chicago’s PLIP 2017

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From the program: Maximizing Your IP Job Search with Loyola Chicago’s PLIP 2017

Released on: Jun. 22, 2017

There will be NO CLE for this program. Taken from the Web Program Maximizing Your IP Job Search with Loyola Chicago’s PLIP 2017 recorded June 2017 in New York. Lecture Topics [00:56:58]

Providing Respectful and Culturally Competent Services to LGBT Clients

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From the program: Providing Respectful and Culturally Competent Services to LGBT Clients

Released on: Nov. 20, 2015

Taken from the briefing Providing Respectful and Culturally Competent Services to LGBT Clients recorded November, 2015 in New York. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people are incredibly diverse, are found in all communities, and have a variety of legal needs. Unfortunately, a common difficulty for LGBT people with legal problems is finding an attorney with the appropriate legal expertise who is also LGBT-friendly and culturally ...

Supreme Court -- October Term 2016: Major Cases in an Unusual Term

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From the program: Supreme Court -- October Term 2016: Major Cases in an Unusual Term

Released on: Apr. 27, 2017

Taken from the briefing Supreme Court -- October Term 2016: Major Cases in an Unusual Term recorded April, 2017 in New York. What are the major cases before the Supreme Court in this unusual term, where there have been only eight justices? Expert faculty will provide a review of the major cases concerning criminal procedure, First Amendment, voting, jurisdiction, and civil rights statutes. Listen to this important discussion, a ...

Trump Administration Travel Ban and Bona Fide Relationships: The Supreme Court Speaks

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From the program: Trump Administration Travel Ban and Bona Fide Relationships: The Supreme Court Speaks

Released on: Jul. 17, 2017

Taken from the briefing Trump Administration Travel Ban and Bona Fide Relationships: The Supreme Court Speaks recorded July, 2017 in New York. On June 26, 2017, the Supreme Court’s 13 page per curiam order temporarily allowed portions of President Trump’s temporary travel ban to take effect on June 29. However, travelers with a "credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States" will be allowed ...

University Policies and Progress: Inclusion and Assistance for Immigrant Communities

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From the program: University Policies and Progress: Inclusion and Assistance for Immigrant Communities

Released on: May. 17, 2017

Taken from the briefing University Policies and Progress: Inclusion and Assistance for Immigrant Communities recorded May, 2017 in New York. Recognizing that several immigration policy positions and Executive Orders advanced by the new Administration on January 25, 2017 give rise to heightened insecurity, fear and unconstitutional discrimination against communities on the basis of religion, race, ethnicity, and national identity---universities, ...

Veteran Benefits Update: Maximizing Benefits for Service Members Discharged for Misconduct

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From the program: Veteran Benefits Update: Maximizing Benefits for Service Members Discharged for Misconduct

Released on: May. 23, 2016

Taken from the briefing Veteran Benefits Update:  Maximizing Benefits for Service Members Discharged for Misconduct recorded May, 2016 in New York. This briefing will provide attorneys with information to help certain veterans access health care, disability, housing and other services, if they are otherwise excluded due to their discharge characterization. About 4% of veterans, including 6.5% of recent-era veterans, are unable to ...

When Permanency Isn't Forever: The Problem of Broken Adoptions

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From the program: When Permanency Isn't Forever: The Problem of Broken Adoptions

Released on: Sep. 28, 2016

Taken from the briefing When Permanency Isn't Forever:  The Problem of Broken Adoptions recorded September, 2016 in New York. It is estimated that nearly 20 percent of children who are adopted out of foster care in New York City later return to placement. Although the total number of adopted youth who do not reach adulthood in their "forever" home is not known, many young adoptees find themselves homeless, or being raised by an adult ...

Your Resume & Research: 1st Steps to Success at Loyola’s PLIP

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From the program: Your Resume & Research: 1st Steps to Success at Loyola’s PLIP

Released on: Apr. 13, 2017

NO CLE will be offered for this program. Taken from the briefing Your Resume & Research: 1st Steps to Success at Loyola’s PLIP recorded April, 2017 in New York. Your Resume & Research: 1st Steps to Success at Loyola’s PLIP [00:53:24] Presentation Material Patterson's Guide to Intellectual Property Career Interviewing and Job Selection Mark D. Dighton, Alissa J. Holterman


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