The State Bar of California Office of Legal Services, along with the Equal Access Project of the Judicial Council and the Legal Aid Association of California, are happy to offer the opportunity for advocates to meet at pre-conference sessions on Tuesday, June 9, in advance of the Pathways to Justice Conference on June 10-11.
The day of pre-conference meetings allows groups of advocates to discuss important issues or attend a longer training. Registration is free of charge; however, space is limited, so please register early and register only if you are committed to attending.
The pre-conference sessions will take place at The California Endowment (located at 1000 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012).
Food will not be provided; however, registrants will receive a list of restaurants and nearby food options. Registrants will also receive information about specific meeting times and other details via email in advance of the pre-conference sessions. The day of meetings will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; however, specific start times will vary by session.
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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Denise Watt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pathways to Justice Conference is a statewide conference convened every three years by the State Bar of California, in partnership with its co-sponsors, the Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC) and the Equal Access Project of the Judicial Council (EAP/JC). LAAC and the State Bar of California work with a network of nearly 100 legal services nonprofits funded by the State Bar. Pathways is the only statewide legal services conference in California that allows legal services organizations, pro bono organizations, and court-based programs; private law firm attorneys; judges; law school faculty and pro bono administrators; law students; court interpreters and others in California an opportunity to come together for two days of substantive trainings on issues that affect the state's low-income communities.