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Prison Law 2016

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From the program: Prison Law 2016

Released on: Nov. 22, 2016

Prison conditions and prisoner treatment issues are getting unprecedented attention as the nation focuses on the magnitude of the national prison population.  In an area where advocates face increasingly challenging legal issues whether they represent incarcerated people from a public interest practice, private practice or as a policy advocate, and where government lawyers also grapple with complex concerns, PLI’s Prison Law program offers ...

Ethical Issues Arising in Prison Actions

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Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2016

KAREN MURTAGH: Welcome back for our second panel of the day, which is Ethical Issues Arising in Prison Actions. Our panelists today are Professor Philip Genty and Professor Bradley Wendel. Philip is the Everett B. Birch Innovative Teaching Clinical Professor in Professional Responsibility at Columbia Law School. He joined the Columbia faculty in 1989-- I almost said 1889. PHILIP GENTY: (LAUGHS) Feels that way. KAREN MURTAGH: He teaches professional ...

Practical Prevention and Responsive Strategies to Violence and Abuse in Prison

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Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2016

PROFESSOR MICHAEL B. MUSHLIN: Good morning, everybody. It's great to be here. Thank you so much for inviting me. The last time I was at PLI, it wasn't quite like this. They used to do bar-- they used to train people for the bar exam. And I only had to take it once, so I'm very grateful to PLI and I want to say to the gods of PLI, thank you so much. So I want to talk about a topic that I do think-- I mean, I've thought for 10 years-- has great relevance. ...

Trial by Jury 2016

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From the program: Trial by Jury 2016

Released on: Dec. 2, 2016

You won’t want to miss this popular program, in which the masters of the bar and the bench come together to give you valuable and useful insights on jury trials.  We have assembled the most experienced and respected state and federal judges, as well as many distinguished litigators, to give you their perspectives on jury trials.  There is no better way to learn about jury trial practice than from the attorneys who try the nation's ...

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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Recorded on: Dec. 7, 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 violated the law. ...

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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Recorded on: Dec. 8, 2016

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Ron Tapak. RONALD J. TAPAK: Thank you very much, Amy. And thank you for everybody who is calling in. We'll start with just an outline of what I will try to cover during the next hour. First, I'm going to give a general overview of the subject. And then we'll cover various aspects of discharge planning, leading toward reentry and hopefully for programs for reentry. Then we will talk about ...

Domestic Violence: Litigating Protection Order Cases 2017 -- Litigating Protective Order Cases

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From the program: Domestic Violence: Litigating Protection Order Cases 2017

Recorded on: Feb. 6, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Domestic Violence: Litigating Protection Order Cases 2017 recorded February, 2017 in New York. Litigating Protective Order Cases [01:02:04] Drafting or amending the petition Preparing the petitioner to testify and managing court-related stresses Conducting direct and cross examinations Defending against retaliatory allegations Ben A. Schatz, Audrey E. Stone, Betsy C. Tsai, Maya Williamson ...

Government Investigations 2017: Investigations Arising From Data Breach and Privacy Concerns and Parallel Proceedings

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From the program: Government Investigations 2017: Investigations Arising From Data Breach and Privacy Concerns and Parallel Proceedings

Released on: Mar. 1, 2017

Electronic information pervades our society. Corporations and other organizations create, store, and utilize that information in all facets of business. Unfortunately, security can be breached and any breach can lead to investigations by various government agencies at the federal and State levels. Those investigations may lead to disputes about scope, variety and volume of electronic information to be produced. This program will explore the role ...

Mental Health Issues & the New York State Courts 2017: Confidentiality, Behavioral Health & the Justice System

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From the program: Mental Health Issues & the New York State Courts 2017: Confidentiality, Behavioral Health & the Justice System

Released on: May. 31, 2017

Approximately 20 percent of Americans experience some type of mental illness in a given year, and the prevalence of mental disorders among individuals involved in the criminal justice system, and some areas of the civil legal system, is even higher. This year’s Mental Health Issues & the New York State Courts program will address the confidentiality issues raised when individuals living with mental illness are involved with the ...

Breaking Confidentiality: Ethical Perspectives from the Legal and Behavioral Health Fields

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Recorded on: May. 24, 2017

CAROL FISLER: Thank you so much, Suzette and Kate and Valerie. I guess I-- I just want to go back to my first slide when I said, complicated, confusing, and thank you for helping to de-complicate and de-confuse at least a bit. We are going immediately into our next very short half-hour session on ethical perspectives from the legal and behavioral health fields. And it's my great pleasure and honor to introduce Dr. Merrill Rotter. I've said before, ...

Medical & Behavioral Health Information Privacy: The Foundations

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Recorded on: May. 24, 2017

CAROL FISLER: So our first session here is going to be what I'm calling the foundations of privacy. So let me just take a moment for why I wanted this to anchor the session today. I first got involved in the field of mental health issues and the justice system in early 2001. So HIPAA had been enacted a few years earlier. But the HIPAA privacy regulation had only taken effect the year before that, 2000. So people, lawyers, providers, players in the ...

Prison Litigation Issues 2017: Practical Strategies

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From the program: Prison Litigation 2017: Practical Strategies

Released on: Jun. 22, 2017

This prison litigation course is a companion to PLI’s fall Prison Law program and will provide more in-depth analysis of practical strategies for lawyers litigating prison practices and treatment of incarcerated persons. The program will examine topics such as complaint filing, discovery issues, pretrial motion practice, trial practice, and common challenges in prison litigation. You will learn: Considerations when commencing litigation ...

Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings

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Recorded on: Jul. 20, 2017

Taken from the briefing Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings recorded July, 2017 in New York. Electronic information is everywhere. Not surprisingly, that information may be used in the commission of crimes and be the focus of investigations and prosecution of crimes. This Briefing will examine the use of electronic information by investigators, prosecutors and defense counsel in both federal and state matters. Lecture ...

Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings

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Recorded on: Jul. 25, 2017

AMY TAUB: Hello, my name is Amy Taub and I'm a program attorney with PLI, a nonprofit learning organization. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings. Before I begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at any time during the briefing. Please remember that you have access to materials for this ...

Reentry in California – Overcoming Legal Barriers to Community Reintegration 2017

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From the program: Reentry in California – Overcoming Legal Barriers to Community Reintegration 2017 (Free)

Released on: Aug. 15, 2017

In the past three decades, incarceration rates have exploded in the U.S., such that today we incarcerate over two million people, more than any other country in the world. The result is that many more people encounter the criminal justice system at some point in their lives. Indeed, an estimated 1 in 3 adults in California has an arrest or conviction record, and low-income people and people of color are disproportionately affected. A person with ...

Overcoming Barriers to Employment and Occupational Licensing for People with Criminal Records

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Recorded on: Aug. 14, 2017

JUDE POND: Hi, everyone. Thanks for sticking with us throughout the day. We have this last panel right before lunch, so we're going to try to get a little energy going before we break for food. And this panel actually will discuss barriers to employment and occupational licensing for people who have criminal convictions. So one of the more challenging problems that people face when they come out of any type of custody is then getting a job. And we ...

Best Practices in Planning and Hosting a One-Day Clean Slate Clinic

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Recorded on: Aug. 14, 2017

EVA J. DELAIR: Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you so much for coming back. I'm really excited to talk about this topic because I hope it's going to encourage and empower people to expand services and resources to perform more clean slate clinics in under-served areas of the state. There's a huge need, but also a lot of expertise in the room and across the state. And I hope that we can continue to strive to meet people's needs and build capacity ...

Walking the Talk in Allyship – How to Effectively Support Criminal Justice Impacted Communities

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Recorded on: Aug. 14, 2017

BRANDON GREENE: Good morning, everybody. My name is Brandon Greene. I'm a staff attorney at the East Bay Community Law Center, where I co-direct a traffic clinic, which we've expanded to work on issues related to the criminalization of poverty. So that can include license suspensions, traffic tickets, parking tickets, court-ordered debt, wage garnishments, et cetera. All things which come together to siphon the most marginalized communities of much ...

White Collar Crime 2017: Prosecutors and Regulators Speak

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From the program: White Collar Crime 2017: Prosecutors and Regulators Speak

Released on: Oct. 7, 2017

In recent years, the Department of Justice, the SEC, the CFTC, and other U.S. and foreign agencies have pressed forward with a white collar enforcement program of unprecedented scope and severity. The recent changes in the U.S. administration have created additional uncertainty about what to expect in this arena.  With a spotlight on the financial services sector, the authorities have advanced novel theories and have exacting draconian penalties. ...


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