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Working with Survivors of Human Trafficking: Learning about Immigration, Criminal, Civil, and Benefits Legal Remedies in California 2014

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Working with Survivors of Human Trafficking: Learning about Immigration, Criminal, Civil, and Benefits Legal Remedies in California 2014 (Free)

Released on: Nov. 18, 2014

Note: Credit for this program has expired in various states. If seeking credit for this course, please verify the credit status in your jurisdiction before commencing. You should view this training if you would like to provide pro bono services to survivors of human trafficking, with a special emphasis on immigrant survivors of human trafficking. Many human trafficking survivors have complex and diverse needs that require the knowledge and ...

Representing Unaccompanied Children in California – Best Practices & Key Avenues for Relief from Deportation: Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and Asylum

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Representing Unaccompanied Children in California – Best Practices & Key Avenues for Relief from Deportation: Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and Asylum

Released on: Dec. 17, 2014

Note: Credit for this program has expired in various states. If seeking credit for this course, please verify the credit status in your jurisdiction before commencing. Unaccompanied immigrant children (UACs) from Central America have been coming to California in increasing numbers for the past few years.  These children are placed in removal proceedings, and without access to government appointed counsel, they have difficulties navigating ...

Expanding Your Practice Using Limited Scope Representation 2015

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Expanding Your Practice Using Limited Scope Representation 2015

Released on: Feb. 13, 2015

This program will provide an introduction to the rapidly changing practice of limited scope representation (often called “unbundling”) in a family law context, including all of the fee agreements, forms and other materials you will need to practice limited scope representation competently, safely and profitably. Solo and small firm family lawyers who serve middle class and moderate income clients, any family lawyer who wants to expand ...

Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of Disaster 2015

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of Disaster 2015 (Free)

Released on: Sep. 28, 2015

A major disaster is likely to strike in California within our lifetime.  In the aftermath, survivors will need help to resolve legal issues related to the disaster.  In this program, you will learn about the most common post-disaster legal issues and then be able to participate in a regionally coordinated disaster legal services pro bono effort by providing brief phone assistance to disaster legal helpline callers, in-person assistance ...

Representing Clients with Mental Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors 2015

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Representing Clients with Mental Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors 2015 (Free)

Released on: Sep. 30, 2015

View this training if you are a pro bono or legal services attorney who provides, or would like to provide, legal services to clients with mental disabilities in disability cases and/or improve your representation of clients with challenging behaviors in any area of law. This two part training provides instruction on 1) components of a mental status exam and insight into interviewing clients with mental disabilities where the mental health of your ...

Wrongful Conviction 2015

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From the program: Wrongful Conviction 2015: Litigating Claims of Innocence

Released on: Nov. 9, 2015

The conviction of innocent individuals is among the issues getting increased attention as our nation looks more closely at our criminal justice system.  While there are a number of ways individuals can be wrongly convicted, successfully reversing a conviction is incredibly difficult. This is an area where competent legal representation can make a big difference and where there are myriad opportunities for lawyers interested in providing pro ...

Prop 47: The Lawyer’s Role in Implementing California’s Landmark Criminal Justice Reform Initiative

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From the program: Prop 47: The Lawyer’s Role in Implementing California’s Landmark Criminal Justice Reform Initiative (Free)

Released on: Nov. 21, 2015

PLI is pleased to collaborate with the California Commission on Access to Justice to bring you this important new program! Voters overwhelmingly approved California’s landmark Proposition 47, the Safe Neighborhoods & Schools Act, on November 4, 2014, making California the first state in the nation to end felony sentencing for possessing small quantities of drugs and for petty theft. The law took effect on November 5th and had an immediate ...

Negotiation Skills 2.0: Moving Beyond the Basics

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Negotiation Skills 2.0: Moving Beyond the Basics

Released on: Jan. 19, 2016

This new negotiation program is a companion to PLI’s Basic Negotiation Skills program. The program will expand on the basics to provide more in-depth analysis of intermediate negotiation issues.  The speakers are highly experienced trial practitioners and negotiations experts who will share their best tips and tactics to take your negotiations to the next level. This program will benefit experienced practitioners looking to refresh their ...

Pro Bono Litigation Skills 2016

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Pro Bono Litigation Skills 2016

Released on: Feb. 26, 2016

If you want to litigate a pro bono case, then this is the program you have been waiting for.  In this program, panelists will discuss pro bono litigation practice with examples from consumer cases.  We will cover what you need to do in litigation from both plaintiff and defense perspectives, including drafting and responding to a complaint, motion practice, discovery, and trial. The training is designed for advocates with limited trial experience, ...

Representing the Pro Bono Client: Effective Written Advocacy 2016

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From the program: Representing the Pro Bono Client: Effective Written Advocacy 2016 (Free)

Released on: Mar. 8, 2016

This program will teach new attorneys and seasoned professionals effective writing techniques to assist pro bono clients with a variety of legal issues.  Learn the tools to draft concise complaints, declarations and briefs to help your pro bono clients assert their legal rights and win their cases! You will learn: Drafting Effective Briefs Preparing Witness Declarations Crafting Complaints All attorneys assisting pro ...

Advocates’ Guide for Protecting Tenants’ Rights: Advanced Unlawful Detainer Defense

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From the program: Advocates’ Guide for Protecting Tenants’ Rights: Advanced Unlawful Detainer Defense (Free)

Released on: Mar. 16, 2016

Attendees of prior unlawful detainer defense trainings including last year’s California Eviction Defense 2.0 learned the skills necessary to vigorously defend eviction lawsuits. This year’s training builds on those skill sets providing a more in-depth discussion of trial skills and appeals as well as attorneys’ fees. We will also explore strategies for assisting Section 8 tenants struggling to maintain their current housing or find ...

Next Steps in Social Media for Nonprofits and Public Interest Organizations: Deepening Your Online Outreach and Engagement Strategies

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From the program: Next Steps in Social Media for Nonprofits and Public Interest Organizations: Deepening Your Online Outreach and Engagement Strategies (Free)

Released on: Apr. 3, 2016

Please note that CLE credit is not available for this program. With the focus of social media in the legal profession, smart non-profits and public interest organizations are cultivating a robust social media presence. Learn what uses of social media are gaining traction, tools and tips that nonprofits are embracing, and how to effectively integrate social media with your overall communications and digital strategy. We’ll discuss how to ...

Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of Disaster Part II

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From the program: Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of Disaster Part II (Free)

Released on: Apr. 8, 2016

A major disaster is likely to strike in California within our lifetime. In the aftermath, survivors will need help to resolve legal issues related to the disaster. In this program, as well as the companion program,  (available On-Demand), you will learn about the most common post-disaster legal issues and then be able to participate in a regionally coordinated disaster legal services pro bono effort by providing brief phone assistance to ...

Public Interest Boot Camp

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Public Interest Boot Camp

Released on: Jun. 16, 2016

Public interest law students working with low and moderate income communities often lack the experience to address the issues that many clients face when seeking legal services.  The Public Interest Boot Camp is a free program designed to prepare law students holding summer internships with public interest law organizations, government agencies, and other legal nonprofits to better serve these clients.  All students and public interest ...

Representing the Pro Bono Client: New York Public Assistance and Food Stamp Eligibility 2016

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Representing the Pro Bono Client: New York Public Assistance and Food Stamp Eligibility 2016

Released on: Jul. 25, 2016

This training is designed to equip attorneys with a sharper understanding of the substantive law, strategies, procedures, and best practices relevant to their representation of low-income clients who seek public assistance, emergency assistance, and benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).  These necessary benefits can be difficult to access for many eligible applicants due to the complex rules governing public benefits.  In ...

Residential Mortgage Servicing Update: What You Need to Know as We Approach the End of HAMP

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From the program: Residential Mortgage Servicing Update: What You Need to Know as We Approach the End of HAMP

Released on: Sep. 26, 2016

The rules of the road for residential mortgage servicing have changed significantly over the past several years, and they are about to shift again as we approach the expiration of the government’s Making Home Affordable loan modification programs.  View this training for an in-depth look at the program rules, laws and regulations that govern the relationship between borrowers and loan servicers, including an update on the latest program ...

Subsidized Housing Basics 2016

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Subsidized Housing Basics 2016 (Free)

Released on: Sep. 28, 2016

This substantive training provides a basic overview of the federal housing programs, recent changes, current trends, and issues facing practitioners.  The training is designed for advocates with limited housing experience, but practitioners at all experience levels should benefit from this training.  The panelists are noted experts in housing law who will cover a broad-range of topics in federally-subsidized housing with real-world examples. You ...

33rd Annual Section 1983 Civil Rights Litigation

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From the program: 33rd Annual Section 1983 Civil Rights Litigation

Released on: Oct. 5, 2016

Section 1983 litigation is multi-faceted and often complex. The law of Section 1983 litigation and Section 1983 attorney’s fees is voluminous and continues to develop on an ongoing basis. In PLI’s 33rd Annual Section 1983 Civil Rights Litigation program, a highly experienced and accomplished faculty will analyze recent Section 1983 trends and developments. The faculty includes a law school dean, federal circuit and district court ...

Representing the Pro Bono Client: Advocacy Skills for Administrative Hearings 2016

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Representing the Pro Bono Client: Advocacy Skills for Administrative Hearings 2016 (Free)

Released on: Oct. 13, 2016

The need for pro bono assistance with administrative hearings has never been higher.  Clients who have been denied or are at risk of losing vital public benefits, employment benefits, and/or housing subsidies, have a right to an administrative hearing, but are often unrepresented in what can be a confusing and adversarial process.  Significant changes to key benefits programs, including Social Security, General Assistance, CalWORKs, CalFresh, ...

California Special Education Law 2016

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: California Special Education Law 2016 (Free)

Released on: Oct. 13, 2016

Currently, approximately 700,000 students with disabilities receive special education services in California, comprising about 10 percent of the state’s public school enrollment. In addition, there are many other students who have disabilities that impact their access to education, even though they have not been made eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). There are many overlapping federal and state laws that ...

Helping Students Harmed By Predatory Schools: Overview of Rights and Options

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Helping Students Harmed By Predatory Schools: Overview of Rights and Options

Released on: Oct. 20, 2016

Nationally, student loan debt exceeds $1.2 trillion.  A significant number of students, disproportionately from low-income communities and communities of color, attended for-profit colleges such as the now closed Corinthian and Marinello schools that promised a path to a better future but delivered only crippling debt.  This session will provide an introduction to the rights and options of students who have been targeted by these schools, ...

The Art & Science of Interviewing Pro Bono Clients 2016

Interactive Learning Center  Interactive Learning Center    

Recorded on: Oct. 24, 2016

  Brandon Hall 2016 - Gold Award for "Best Use of Video for Learning Credit is issued upon full completion of the program. Partial credit is not available.     Why you should participate Asking the right questions in the right way can start your attorney-client relationship off on the right note and prevent unnecessary frustration. This skill is especially important when working with pro bono clients who have had limited experience ...

New York Housing Law for the Low-Income Client 2016

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: New York Housing Law for the Low Income Client 2016

Released on: Oct. 26, 2016

This program provides an overview of New York law that affects many low-income tenants including eligibility for subsidies, procedures for challenging denials and terminations of subsidies, an overview of New York City Housing Authority Administrative (NYCHA) administrative proceedings, and Housing Court practice and procedure basics. You will learn: Common New York State/City rental subsidies important to low-income clients Housing Court ...

California Trial Evidence 2016

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From the program: California Trial Evidence 2016

Released on: Nov. 2, 2016

Mastering the complexities of California evidence often can be the difference between winning and losing at trial. Recent case law and statutory developments in the law of evidence render this mastery critical in modern litigation and trials. This program is designed to give you the most up-to-date information on California evidence standards. The panelists represent top-flight trial attorneys and judges who will provide winning strategies for your ...

Human Trafficking in Immigrant Communities: Current Issues in Preparing Petitions for T Nonimmigrant Status

On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs    

From the program: Human Trafficking in Immigrant Communities: Current Issues in Preparing Petitions for T Nonimmigrant Status

Released on: Nov. 16, 2016

Human Trafficking in Immigrant Communities: Current Issues in Preparing Petitions for T Nonimmigrant Status addresses the practical challenges faced when seeking immigration relief for trafficking victims and is structured for practitioners who are already familiar with the basic immigration framework for T nonimmigrant status. For attorneys who need training on basic T eligibility, it is recommended that they first watch PLI’s on-demand program ...


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