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Wrongful Conviction 2017: Litigating Exoneration Cases

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Why You Should Attend 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 ...

Nonprofit Organizations 2017: Governance, Form 990 Reporting, and Compensation Issues

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Why You Should Attend This program will address the unique regulatory issues that impact the nonprofit sector. Expert faculty will discuss best practices, compliance issues and reporting obligations. To stay current with latest developments and to understand the complex rules governing the nonprofit sector, attend Nonprofit Organizations 2017: Governance, Reporting, and Compensation Issues. What You Will Learn Governance and conflicts of ...

Ethical Issues in Pro Bono Representation 2017

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As part of PLI’s commitment to public service and the pro bono activities of the legal community, there is no fee to attend this program. Why You Should Attend Using a lively, interactive format, will examine everyday issues of ethics and professional responsibility in pro bono and public interest practice. What You Will Learn  Within the context of pro bono representation, using “all-new” hypotheticals as the basis ...

Better Serving Older or Disabled Veterans: A special session on the intersections between Veterans Benefits, Social Security, and Medicaid (Free)

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Why You Should Attend Well over one-half of the American Veteran population is elderly or disabled and entitled to a wide-range of government benefits— from income to health care to in-home services. These benefits can help a veteran and their family stave off poverty, prolong independence, and receive the supportive services they need to thrive.  Yet, while many elder law, disability rights, and benefits practitioners are versed in Social ...

Basic Negotiation Skills 2018

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Why You Should Attend Negotiation is part of any lawyer’s everyday life. You negotiate with colleagues, clients, and staff about an array of issues, ranging from simple project deadlines to complex contractual language. This program is designed to help you gain confidence in every negotiation you conduct. The panelists represent academicians, sole practitioners, and members of leading local law firms. What You Will Learn Following six steps ...

Representing Modest Means Homeowners Living in Common Interest Developments

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Why You Should Attend Though created by state and local governments, homeowner associations are not regulated by either entity once the developer turns control of the subdivision over to the homeowner board.  Nor does a single regulatory agency enforce the consumer rights of buyers who purchase association homes.  Enforcement of consumer rights – to the extent they even exist – is achieved almost solely through private action. About ...

Expanding Your Practice Using Limited Scope Representation 2018 (Free)

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Why You Should Attend 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. What You Will Learn The ethical rules governing limited scope representation How to limit risk, including ...

Domestic Violence 2018: Survivors as Defendants, Respondents, and Parole or Clemency Applicants

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Why You Should Attend This program is designed for attorneys and social workers in private, pro bono, or public interest practice interested in assisting domestic violence survivors "on the other side of the law." These include survivors facing criminal charges directly related to abuse they suffered, survivors charged with failing to protect their children from exposure to domestic violence, and survivors serving prison sentences for crimes that ...

Basic Immigration Law 2018

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Why You Should Attend The program will provide an overview of U.S. immigration law, including current developments and trends. Expert faculty will discuss the relevant governmental agencies, immigrant and nonimmigrant visa categories, inadmissibility and removability, naturalization, and issues that employers face, as well as ethical issues that can arise for the immigration practitioner.  The program will serve as an excellent introduction ...

Asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, Crime Victim, and Other Immigration Relief 2018

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Why You Should Attend The program will provide an overview of immigration relief that may be available to children, victims of crime and trafficking, and individuals eligible for asylum. Experienced faculty will discuss substantive and procedural issues as well as new developments in relevant case law and processes. What You Will Learn   Asylum: establishing eligibility and case law update Representing children in immigration ...

Current Developments in Federal Civil Practice 2018

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Why You Should Attend Are you up-to-date on the important developments in federal civil practice and the implications of these developments for your cases? At Current Developments in Federal Civil Practice 2018, a distinguished faculty of trial lawyers and judges will provide a dynamic overview of significant recent developments and offer their insights on the impact of these developments for best practices throughout the life of a federal litigation. What ...

Advising Nonprofit Organizations 2018

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Why You Should Attend Nonprofits are under heightened scrutiny to account for their management and fiduciary practices, and managing a nonprofit has become increasingly complex. This program is designed to examine federal and state laws and regulations affecting nonprofits, as well as new challenges and practical solutions for overcoming those challenges. What You Will Learn Tax compliance issues Pay for success programs and ...

Ethics for Government Lawyers 2018

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Why You Should Attend This interactive program will provide a unique opportunity to learn about the application of professional conduct rules to lawyers who work for the government by employing hypothetical examples.   What You Will Learn   The application of professional conduct rules to government lawyers The interaction between ethics rules and other regulations that affect government lawyers Recent ethics ...

California Eviction Defense 2.0: Beyond the Basics of Protecting Low-Income Tenants 2018 (Free)

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Why You Should Attend “It is hard to argue that housing is not a fundamental human need. Decent, affordable housing should be a basic right for everybody in this country. The reason is simple: without stable shelter, everything else falls apart.” (Matthew Desmond, Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City.) In California, where the cost of housing is on the rise every year, more and more low-income families are rent-burdened to ...

Social Security Disability 2018: From Administrative Proceedings to Federal Practice

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Why You Should Attend This program will address the basics of Social Security law and practice and how to represent clients with disabilities who are seeking benefits or appealing benefit claim denials.  The application and appeals process can be confusing and difficult for the many claimants for disability benefits who cannot afford legal representation, and representation by counsel can make the difference.  At this program, experienced ...

30th Annual Elder Law Institute

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Why You Should Attend At PLI’s 30th Annual Elder Law Institute, expert faculty will explore developing issues and key considerations for elder law practitioners and also will review elder law fundamentals such as Medicare, Medicaid, Supplemental Needs Trusts, and assisted living options.  The program also will address Social Security Benefits, with special attention to applying for and appealing decisions concerning Disability Insurance ...

California Public Benefits: The Basics for Nonprofit and Pro Bono Advocacy 2018 (Free)

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Why You Should Attend Low-income clients need your help to protect their rights to potentially life-saving benefits. Many low-income clients have difficulty navigating the confusing and bureaucratic processes to establish and maintain eligibility for public benefits. Without legal assistance and advocacy, large numbers of clients go without the benefits to which they are entitled, which can often lead to unnecessary hunger and homelessness. Attorneys ...

Pro Bono Basics New York 2018: Best Practices and Ethics

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Why You Should Attend This program will address practical issues that often arise in pro bono representation and strategies for successfully handling them. What You Will Learn   Tools for working effectively with low-income clients How to balance other professional obligations with pro bono representation Strategies for securing adequate training and mentorship for unfamiliar areas of law and venues Strategies ...

Advocacy for Low-Income Children with Disabilities in California 2018 (Free)

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Why You Should Attend Attendees will receive the basic information needed to identify and represent low-income children in California with education, health care, and public benefits issues.  After the workshop, attendees will be armed with knowledge of the basic substantive law regarding special education, discipline for students with disabilities, advocacy for foster youth, foster care benefits, CalWORKs, and SSI, that can be used to provide ...

Appellate Advocacy 2018

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Diversity & Inclusion in Law Practice 2018

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Prison Litigation 2018: Practical Strategies

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