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Writs & Appeals in Public Benefits Cases

Recorded on: Mar. 23, 2018
Running Time: 01:15:40

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Taken from the Web Program California Public Benefits: The Basics for Nonprofit and Pro Bono Advocacy 2018 Recorded March 2018 in San Francisco

Writs & Appeals in Public Benefits Cases [01:15:40]

Public benefits cases can proceed from administrative hearings to court appeals.  This workshop will discuss the use of writ petitions to compel state or county compliance with the law in state court. Participants will learn strategies and procedures for litigating administrative writs on behalf of individuals, as well as more broad-based challenges to government policies using the “policy writ” under C.C.P. § 1085.  Topics will include how to develop an adequate administrative record for purposes of appeal, and the standards of judicial review under each type of proceeding.

Stephanie Haffner, Alex Prieto

(Skills credit for NY attorneys)

The purchase price of this Web Program segment includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • Writ Statutes—Excerpts, Updated January 2018
    Stephanie Haffner, Alex Prieto
  • Writ of Mandate Outline
    Stephanie Haffner, Alex Prieto
  • Sample Writ Petition—CalWORKs, Section 1085 & 1094.5
    Stephanie Haffner, Alex Prieto
  • Sample Writ Petition—CalWORKs Stolen Benefits, Section 1085
    Alex Prieto
  • Administrative Record Request Template
    Alex Prieto, Stephanie Haffner
  • Sample Requests for Admission Re: Agency Policies
    Stephanie Haffner
  • Sample Opening Brief—Weight of the Evidence, Section 1094.5
    Alex Prieto
  • Order Re: Petition for Writ of Mandate—Buena Vista MHP Residents Association v. Palo Alto
    Stephanie Haffner, Alex Prieto
  • Sample Legislative History Request
    Stephanie Haffner, Alex Prieto
  • Strategies and Procedures for Litigating Writ Petitions (PowerPoint slides)
    Stephanie Haffner, Alex Prieto

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  • Strategies and Procedures for Litigating Writ Petitions (PowerPoint slides)
    Stephanie Haffner, Alex Prieto
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    Stephanie Haffner ~ Director of Litigation, Western Center on Law & Poverty
    Alex Prieto ~ Senior Litigator, Western Center on Law & Poverty
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