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Administrative Hearing and Post-Hearing Issues

Recorded on: Sep. 21, 2017
Running Time: 01:14:05

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Taken from the Web Program Representing the Pro Bono Client: Advocacy Skills for Administrative Hearings 2017 recorded September 2017 in San Francisco.

Administrative Hearing and Post-Hearing Issues [01:14:05]

A. Hearings
• ALJ “introduction”
    • Recorded, under oath
        • Representative as witness
    • Burden of Proof and order of hearing
        • ALJ duty to develop the record; “engaged neutrality”
        • Amount of representative input ALJ wants varies
    • Cross examination of witnesses, medical and vocational experts
    • Rules of evidence and evidentiary objections 
    • Program-by-program examples
B. Post-Hearing
• Reconsiderations
    • Intermediate administrative appeals (i.e. to another level of Appeals Board or Council)
    • Appeals (in Superior Court)
        • Including policy challenges on appeal (California Code of Civil Procedure § 1085)
Lauren Hansen, Joanna Parnes, Adam Poe, Abigail Trillin, Carole Vigne

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