Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Training – Free MCLE
On October 17, 2016, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m., SDVLP will be holding a free MCLE: “Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.” This free MCLE is an opportunity to be trained in the practice, procedure, and advocacy skills needed to represent an undocumented foster child in his or her application for legal status with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. The undocumented foster children we assist have been abused, abandoned, or neglected by a parent and are eligible for legal status through Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.
Your representation will enable a foster child to remain in a safe and stable living situation. All participants must agree to accept one pro bono case in the next six months and will be provided with sample forms and mentorship.
If you are interested, please register by Friday, October 14th at email@example.com. Space is limited.
Please feel free to share this opportunity here. Space is limited. If you have questions, please contact Leslie Mackay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Law Paralegal Training Materials
The training materials for the 2016 Family Law Paralegal program are available for purchase for $35.00
Online purchase price will be adjusted to help cover the payment processing fee. After your online order is received, an email containing the materials will be sent to the email address on the purchase order.
All net proceeds benefit SDVLP’s Domestic Violence Legal Clinics.
*No refunds available.
2016 Family Law Paralegal Program
Topics of Discussion:
Judicial Perspective: Family Law Judicial Officer; Domestic Violence Statutory Update: Roberto Sarmiento, Esq.; Organizing Files and Managing Exhibits for Trial: Rusty Adams and Colleen Rigoli, Paralegals; Let’s Talk About Ethics: Sandra Mayberry, CFLS ; How to Get Records from Police: Brigid Campo, Esq.; How to Get Records from M.D.s & Psychiatrists: Garrison Klueck, CFLS; Ethical Considerations of Working with Your Supervising Attorney: Daniel Burke, CFLS; Family Law Ethics: Marilyn Bierer, Esq.; 2015 Cases and 2016 Statutes : Anna Romanskaya, Esq.
Overview: This training will emphasize basic practice in handling a family law dissolution case, including ethics and family law, preparation of pleadings, and discussion of special topics of interest to family law practitioners such as custody and child support issues. A judicial officer will provide the court perspective.
This activity is approved for 1.0 hour of ethics and 3.25 hours of general MCLE. SDVLP certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State of California governing minimum continuing legal education. Volunteers must be members in good standing of the State Bar of California who have accepted 2 pro bono cases in the past 2 years; or have volunteered at least twice at our legal clinics or in the office in the last year.