Ethics and Practical Skills
Lawyering in a Diverse World Series
Join us for an engaging program about Interviewing People with Disabilities; Issue Spotting and Applying the RPCs to practice when representing clients with disabilities. An Evening with Legal Aide follows, where practitioners can ask questions and network with those who are highly experienced in these issues.
3:30-4:20. Ethics and Working with Clients with Disabilities. Presenters: David Carlson, attorney with Disability Rights Washington and Seattle U Adjunct Professor of Disability Law; Stacie Siebrecht, attorney with Disability Rights Washington.
4:20-4:35. How to use Disability Rights Washington as a resource for your case. Presenter: Heather
4:35-5:30. Issue-spotting special education issues in your family law/housing/other civil legal aid case. Presenter: Scott Crain, civil legal aid attorney with the Medical Legal Child Partnership, Northwest Justice Project.
The Evening with Equal Justice Community event is a unique opportunity for students and equal justice attorneys to informally meet and discuss their practice area(s)/interest(s). To facilitate the discussion, students and attorneys will be seated together based on their common areas of practice/interest. Heavy appetizers, drinks and discussion questions will be provided.
2.0 CLE Credits Including .50 Ethics
Earlybird CLE Registration through Wednesday October 27, 2010 (Thereafter add $15)
$50 General Registration
$25 Discounted rate for those employed by Non-Profit or Gov't Entitites
$25 Discounted rate for SU Law Alumni
If attending ONLY the Evening with the Equal Justice Community, no reg fee is required, but please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your interest in this part of the program.
Non-Profits, Gov't Entities, Firms and Groups may contact the CLE Office for group discounts by calling 206-398-4233. Group discounts must be finalized at least one week in advance of a program.
SU Law Recent Grads may contact the Alumni Office to request need-based fee waivers by emailing email@example.com . Fee waivers must be finalized at least one week in advance of a program.
Seattle University School of Law 901 12th Ave., PO Box 222000, Seattle, WA 98122-1090 206.398.4233