Past Webinars

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Oct
30
2014

The first in a two-part series designed to advance civil legal aid partnerships with health centers funded by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

Dec
11
2014

Leaders in the field discuss better practices and innovative solutions for improving the representation of clients with mental health issues and their life outcomes.

Jan
29
2015

Session one of this series talks about cultivating relationships with likely and unlikely allies, both within and outside of the criminal justice system, in support of defender offices' budget initiatives.

Feb
11
2015

The second in a two-part series designed to advance civil legal aid partnerships with health centers funded by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

Apr
15
2015

This webinar provides information for those interested in the federal Citizenship and Integration Grant Program, which in 2015 will provide $10 million for citizenship preparation programs.

Apr
30
2015

Session two of this series focuses on the data defenders should collect and analyze for the purposes of budget advocacy, especially in support of budget initiatives. 

May
20
2015

Launched early in 2015, the Capital Area Private Defender Service is the managed assigned counsel system for Travis County, Texas, replacing an ad hoc assigned counsel system run by the judiciary.

Jul
30
2015

Session three of this series details best practices in persuasive presentation to policymakers or potential funders.

Mar
23
2016

Expert Panel from the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Education to Discuss Civil Rights Enforcement Actions to Dismantle the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Aug
18
2016

Topics: an overview of the types of indigent defense service providers, how to identify and interact with faculty mentors and agency research partners, development of important and viable research questions, study protocol and data collection instrument design, issues with utilizing secondary data, and concerns with data confidentiality.

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