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Representing Survivors in a Poverty Law Setting I 7 CLE

  • Barnes & Thornburg, LLP 11 S Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 (map)

The Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic assists hundreds of survivors of crime each year. These clients face unique legal challenges, most notably in the areas of Immigration and Family Law. This year’s annual Immigrant and Victim Justice full day CLE, "Representing Survivors in a Poverty Law Setting,” will seek to explore the scope of the legal challenges survivors face while equipping legal professionals to respond to these challenges.

Participants will learn about (1) Relief Options for Immigrant Victims of Crime, (2) Basics of Removal, (3) Indiana Crimmigration, (4) CHINs Cases, (5) Housing Hot Topics, and (6) Family Law Ethics.

Lunch provided - 12:00 PM

This event is in partnership with Barnes & Thornburg, LLP.

*6 general CLE credits and 1 ethics credit

Presenters:

Kelsey Raves, Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic

Angela Joseph and Emma Mahern, Muñoz Legal

Jason Flora, Flora Legal Group

Amy Nelson, Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana

Troy Tyson, Tyson Law Firm

Merryn Gluys, Gluys and Miller

Rachel Van Tyle, Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic

Earlier Event: November 16
Webinar: Understanding Asylum Law | 1 CLE