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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 ...

University Policies and Progress: Inclusion and Assistance for Immigrant Communities

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Recorded on: May. 16, 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, ...

University Policies and Progress: Inclusion and Assistance for Immigrant Communities

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Recorded on: May. 17, 2017

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Maria Blanco. MARIA BLANCO: Thank you, Amy. And thank you, everybody, for your interest in this topic that has generated a lot of activity and a lot of work across universities throughout the country. And the purpose of today's call is really to discuss what universities are doing to make sure that both their students and the families of their students-- what the universities can do to ...

17th Annual School Law Institute

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From the program: 17th Annual School Law Institute

Released on: Jun. 23, 2017

In PLI’s 17th Annual School Law Institute, an expert faculty will examine significant developments in education law and policy, as well as the implications of these developments for your clients.  Whether you represent parents, students, or school districts, this program will equip you with an understanding of the trends, practical strategies, and case law impacting today’s education law practice. You will learn: Recent ...

Competing Standards of Endrew F.: Where Do Parents and Schools Go from Here?

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

JESSE COLE CUTLER: And we're back. Thank you for those of you back on time. Everybody else, you're not getting your CLEs. I am pleased to introduce our next speaker who is a good friend. The last time that I saw her was, in fact, on the steps of the United States Supreme Court immediately after oral arguments in [INAUDIBLE]. Selene Almazan has represented students and families for nearly 30 years. Selene is a former supervising attorney for the Legal ...

Ethical Issues for School Law Practitioners

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

JESSE COLE CUTLER: Ah, the ethics hour. The last one. Remember to sign out. If you don't, you won't get credit for the full day, including the ethics portion. Also, please do fill out the evaluation forms. Tell us your tips, your suggestions, who you want to see, what you want to see, and that you want to speak next year, because we'd love to have you. I am pleased to introduce Joanne Butler. Joanne L. Butler represents numerous boards of education ...

Special Education Law: The Year in Review

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

JESSE COLE CUTLER: OK. I hope everybody enjoyed lunch. It is 1:45. We are back with our case law year in review. Our next speaker is coming to us from a place where they talk faster than we do here in New York. I met my match when I sat down and had lunch with Chris, and he just started and barely stopped. Chris Borreca is a founding partner of Thompson and Horton LLP. He was the education director of a private program serving individuals with developmental ...

Exhaustion of Remedies: The Intersections Between Section 504, IDEA and the ADA

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

JESSE CUTLER: Our next presenter is Caroline Heller. Caroline is a shareholder in the Litigation Practice Group of Greenberg Traurig LLP's New York office. Caroline is also the chair of Greenberg Traurig Global Pro Bono Program. Traurigs? CAROLINE HELLER: Traurig. JESSE CUTLER: Yeah, Traurig. CAROLINE HELLER: It's OK, you've [INAUDIBLE]. JESSE CUTLER: It'd be an S, though. Caroline's a faculty member of the Litigation Academy, which provides intensive ...

Rights of Transgender Students: A National Landscape

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

JESSE COLE CUTLER: Kimberly Forte is a dedicated social justice attorney whose career began when she served in the inaugural class of AmeriCorps volunteers. Her commitment to the rights of children led her to attend law school and brought her to New York City, where she ultimately joined the Legal Aid Society. Kim is a supervising attorney for the Legal Aid Society's LGBT Law and Policy Initiative. The goals of the Initiative are to increase Legal ...

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA): Highlights and Update

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

JESSE COLE CUTLER: It is my pleasure to introduce Abja Midha. Abja is a project director at Advocates for Children of New York. Abja leads AFC's Immigrant Students' Rights project, which works to protect English language learners and immigrant students' access to educational programs and improve their educational outcomes. She also coordinates the Coalition for Multiple Pathways to a Diploma, a statewide coalition of advocates, educators, parents, ...

Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline – Recent Developments

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Recorded on: Sep. 12, 2017

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 as the “school-to-prison pipeline.” Normal childhood behavior, that once resulted in a trip ...

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, ...


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