Past Webinars

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Jun
01
2020

Join NLADA and our civil legal aid programs to talk about what they’re seeing in the field as it

Jun
03
2020

Join us on June 3 to discuss effective ways to implement Unemployment Insurance Assistance in your civil legal aid offices.

Jun
16
2020

During this session we will focus on psychological trauma to include interpersonal and socioenvironmental stress and structural oppression. We will explore ways to build relationship and gather trauma history to reduce harm, for both the client and mitigation interviewer. Additionally, we will discuss presenting this material in a way that honors your client’s experience and promotes healing.

Jun
16
2020

Over the last few weeks, our country has been challenged to reckon with its’ deep history and current practices on race in light of the killing of George Floyd.  This two hour training will introduce the concept of race and social dominance as a framework through which we can develop effective strategies to transform our work.

Jun
22
2020

Please join members of the NASAMS Executive Committee for a mentorship call!  Bring your case-specific questions and prepare to brainstorm with colleagues around the country.

Jun
29
2020

Please join us for a webinar on Restorative Justice!

Jul
13
2020

Please join members of the NASAMS Executive Committee for a mentorship call on Monday, July 13 @ 1:00pm!  Bring your case-specific questions and prepare to brainstorm with colleagues around the country.

Aug
06
2020

Please join NLADA on August 6th at 3:00 PM (EDT) for an exciting discussion regarding an interactive justice system planning exercise, the "Anatomy of the Sixth Amendment."

Sep
08
2020

Please join us for a webinar on Tuesday, September 8 at 12:00 p.m. ET.  

Sep
15
2020

NLADA and the National Alliance of Indigent Defense Educators (NAIDE) will offer a six-week, intensive ANTI-RACISM training. This training is a part of our commitment to advancing racial equity by equipping our community with the tools needed to help you tackle racism and prejudice in the courtroom, in your offices, and in your communities.

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