Past Webinars

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Sep
13
2016

Defenders often ask how can data help their programs and what technology they need for analysis. A new toolkit will help defender managers identify their current level of technology and analytics capacity, and understand the potential for growth.

Sep
27
2016

The Supreme Court's decisions in Miller v. Alabama and Montgomery v. Louisiana have led sentencing advocates to develop new strategies for representing people previously sentenced as juveniles to life without parole. Learn about those strategies in this webinar from NLADA's National Alliance of Sentencing Advocates and Mitigation Speciliasts. 

Oct
05
2016

Court debt can draw people into and prolong involvement with the criminal justice system, and shuts off access to education, employment and so much more. This webinar features Lisa Foster, Director of the Department of Justice’s Office for Access to Justice, and representatives from legal aid and indigent defense to discuss what you and your program can do to support clients and pursue reforms that protect individuals’ constitutional rights and help break the cycles of recidivism and poverty perpetuated by inequitably imposed fines and fees, including how LSC-funded programs can engage in significant advocacy efforts while still complying with LSC restrictions.

Oct
19
2016

Each year, millions of people who are ineligible for Social Security Numbers file federal tax returns using ITINs. This helps low-income people access critical supports such tax credits and exemptions, including the Child Tax Credit, the American Opportunity Tax Credit, and an insurance-premium tax credit for health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act, or an exemption from the ACA's individual mandate. Use of an ITIN to file federal taxes returns can have a positive impact for immigrant taxpayers in other areas, as well.

Oct
27
2016

Watch this webinar, presented by NLADA's National Alliance for Sentencing Advocates and Mitigation Specialists, to learn how risk assessments may affect your clients accused of a sex-based crime and how to challenge risk assessments as part of client advocacy.

Jan
13
2017

This free webinar will feature Vicki Turetsky, Commissioner of the Office of Child Support Enforcement at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and practitioners from the civil legal aid and indigent defense communities to discuss highlights and goals of the new regulation, and its impact on clients served by civil legal aid and public defenders. Join us on January 13 to learn what you and your program can do to assist your clients in child support establishment and enforcement proceedings.

Jul
13
2017

Join this webinar to learn how to help identity theft and consumer fraud victims. Staff from the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection will describe how you can use FTC resources.

Aug
10
2017

This webinar will focus on providing attendees with the tools needed to decode federal solicitations and understand if and when a funding opportunity might be a good fit for them. The information provided will help attendees build stronger internal processes and partnerships to become more successful applicants. Topics discussed will include understanding key sections, determining internal capacity, necessary partnerships, and writing for your audience. This webinar is created as the first session in a 5-part series.

Aug
23
2017

This webinar will focus on providing attendees with a clearer understanding of the importance of community partnerships in federally funded programs. The information provided will help to prepare attendees for taking their first steps in identifying and building strong partnerships within their networks and communities to become more successful grant applicants. Topics discussed will include understanding current work and work gaps, getting to know your network, measuring your collective impact, and communicating the partnerships value. This webinar is created as the second session in a 5-part series.

Oct
05
2017

This webinar will showcase successful Reentry program partnerships that are supported with Federal funds.

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