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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 ...

Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline – Recent Developments

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Recorded on: Sep. 12, 2017

Please note that this program does not offer Bias or Diversity & Inclusion credit in any jurisdiction. Taken from the briefing Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline – Recent Developments recorded September 2017 in New York. All students should have the opportunity to learn. However, exclusionary discipline and school-based law enforcement often push students out of school and into the juvenile justice system—a phenomenon known ...

Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline – Recent Developments

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Recorded on: Sep. 13, 2017

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Hannah Benton Eidsath. HANNAH BENTON EIDSATH: Hello, everyone, and welcome to Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline - Recent Developments. As Ms. Taub mentioned, I'm Hannah Benson Eidsath, and I'm from the National Center for Youth Law. The National Center for Youth Law is a national nonprofit headquartered in Oakland, California. We use a range of strategies, including litigation, ...

18th Annual School Law Institute -- School Speech Controversies in Today's Climate

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From the program: 18th Annual School Law Institute

Recorded on: Jun. 11, 2018

Taken from the Web Program 18th Annual School Law Institute Recorded June, 2018 in New York [01:00:08] Students’ political speech and activism in and out of school-sponsored platforms: protests, newspapers, yearbooks, graduations and more "Take a Knee" protests at school sporting events "Safe Spaces" for students: balancing protection against harassment with free speech concerns Teachers' political speech, in and out ...

Litigating Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act in Hearings and Federal Court After Fry v. Napoleon

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Recorded on: Jun. 11, 2018

ELISA HYMAN: So as Jesse and [? Dave Steady ?] just helpfully pointed out to me, I have a typographical error on the front page of my PowerPoint. My website is spelled wrong. So as some of you may know, I speak at PLI once every three years. They kind of roll me out. And I'm very, very, very challenged when it comes to doing my PowerPoint. And this year, my paralegal decided to get into law school and take a month-long vacation in Vietnam. So I was ...

School Speech Controversies in Today's Climate

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Recorded on: Jun. 11, 2018

JESSE COLE CUTLER: Our next speaker is Emily Gold Waldman. Professor Emily Gold Waldman joined the Pace faculty in 2006 after clerking for the Honorable Robert A. Katzmann, circuit judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Prior to her clerkship, she practiced in the litigation department of Debevoise and Plimpton in New York. From 2002 to 2003, Professor Waldman clerked for the Honorable William G. Young, United States District ...

Mobile Lawyering: Ethical Considerations when Using On-The-Go Technology in the Practice of Law

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Recorded on: Jun. 11, 2018

JESSE COLE CUTLER: --you so much, Liz. Once again, thank you to everybody at PLI for making this happen. Anybody with suggestions, ideas, concepts, or a burning desire to speak next year, please make sure you grab Deusdedi or I before you exit. As Liz said, make sure you sign out. If you don't sign out, you will not get the credits, including the upcoming hour of ethics credits that you would otherwise receive. And today will have all been for naught ...

Education Records: What Counts?

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Recorded on: Jun. 11, 2018

JESSE COLE CUTLER: Our next speaker is Caroline Heller. Caroline is chair of the Greenberg Traurig Global Pro-bono program. Miss Heller is also a shareholder in the litigation practice of Greenberg Traurig, LLP's New York office. Carolyn is a faculty member of Greenberg Traurig's GT Litigation Academy, which provides intensive in-house training programs in jury trials, expert witness preparation, deposition practice, motion practice, and mediation. ...

Endrew F. – A Year Later

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Recorded on: Jun. 11, 2018

JESSIE COLE CUTLER: Our next speaker is Mr. Ralph DeMarco. Mr. DeMarco is a partner at Keane & Beane PC. Together with other members and associates in the firm, Mr. DeMarco represents public school districts as general counsel, labor counsel, and special education counsel in Westchester, Rockland, and Nassau counties of New York. He handles school litigation matters in state and federal courts, appeals to the commissioner of education, impartial special ...

Special Education Law: The Year in Review

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Recorded on: Jun. 11, 2018

JESSE COLE CUTLER: Selene Almazan has represented students and families for nearly 30 years. Selene is as former supervising attorney for the Legal Aid Bureau of Maryland, where she represented children in the foster care system, including representation in special education matters. For nearly 23 years, represented parents in special education matters with a primary focus on least restrictive environment issues at the Maryland coalition for inclusive ...


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