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3rd Annual Domestic Violence Symposium
Thursday, September 08, 2011
3rd Annual Domestic Violence Symposium
Thursday, September 08, 2011 7:30 AM -
Friday, September 09, 2011 5:00 PM (Pacific Time)
Seattle University - Campion Tower Ballroom
914 E. Jefferson St.
Seattle, WA 98122
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We are pleased to offer a unique opportunity to hear and interact with nationally recognized experts on Witness Intimidation, Working with Survivors, Abuses and Uses of Technology, Domestic Violence in Diverse Populations, and Children Exposed to DV.
$65.00 - Cash, checks and credit cards will all be accepted.
The Registration Deadline is September 1, 2011. Space is limited - please register as early as you can.
There is a room block being held at the Silver Cloud Hotel-Broadway, located across the street from the Seattle University Campus, about a five minute walk to Campion Tower Ballroom. The Room Block Deadline is August 19, 2011. More information is available on the Lodging Tab.
12.25 Continuing Legal Education Credits,
12.25 Continuing Judicial Education Credits,
12.25 Continuing Social Work Credits,
Dean Deborah Epstein
– Keynote Presentation:
Listening to Survivors: Recent Reforms, Unintended Negative Consequences, and Directions for the Future
- Georgetown University DV Law Clinic
- Keynote Presentation:
Addressing Intimidation of Domestic Violence Survivors
- Attorney Advisor, AEquitas: The Prosecutor’s Resource on Violence Against Women
Prof. Amy Bonomi, Ph.D.
Dating Violence Across the Teen Years and Long-term Health and Academic Consequences
Interpersonal Processes Associated with Victim Recantation in Court-involved Domestic Violence
– Ohio State University
Marnee Milner, J.D., Ph.D.
Parenting Plan Evaluations and Considerations for Domestic Violence Cases
Children Exposed to DV: Building Connections with DV Survivors and Their Children
– Forensic and Clinical Psychologist
Chief Randall Carroll (ret.)
- Just the Facts Ma’am: The Science & Practice of Investigative Interviews with Victims
DV Safety Audits
- Profectus Consulting
Todd Nunn and David Bateman, K & L Gates Electronic Evidence Experts
Investigating Online Activity
Using Electronic Evidence
Solving Legal & Structural Barriers Faced by Immigrant Abuse Survivors
- panel presentation moderated by
Prof. Jane Stoever
-- Seattle University School of Law
Patti Bland, MA, CDCC
Working at the Intersection: Multi-Abuse Trauma
- Train the Trainer Project for the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Juneau
Thursday, September 8, 2011 ~ 5:00-6:00 p.m.
SU School of Law, Sullivan Hall ~ 2nd Floor Gallery
If you need special accommodations for mobility or hearing issues, please contact Rebecca Parker-O'Neil at
. We will do our best to provide the support needed.
Phone: (206) 398-4281, Email:
Printable directions to Seattle University, Campion Tower and the Murphy Garage are available by clicking
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, please enter the PO number in the field provided and then follow the directions for paying with a check. Questions about purchase orders should be directed to Rebecca Parker-O'Neil at
Checks and purchase orders may be made out and sent to:
Seattle University School of Law
901 12th Avenue SLLH 209Q
PO Box 222000
Seattle WA 98122
Symposium Hosts & Sponsors:
Seattle University School of Law Domestic Violence Clinic and the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law & Equality
Seattle City Attorney's Office and Seattle Human Services Department
King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office
King County DV and Child Maltreatment Coordinated Response Project
Washington State Gender & Justice Commission VAWA STOP Grant #1AA1283
King County VAWA STOP Grant #2010-WF-AX-0021
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