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Campus Sexual Assault Victims: Overview of What You Need to Know for Campus Proceedings (Part 2)


MCLE Accreditation: This training has been approved for 1 Access to Justice MCLE credit by the Oregon State Bar (OSB Program No. 4134*36) and the State Bar of California. The training may be eligible for MCLE credit in other states; a certificate of attendance will be available after the program.
Duration:  65 minutes (1 credit)
Original Program Date:  Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Presenter:  Laura L. Dunn, J.D., Executive Director, SurvJustice. Ms. Dunn's Bio is available here

Description:  Under the 2013 VAWA Amendments to the Clery Act, victims now have the right to an advisor of choice during campus disciplinary proceedings and related meetings that address campus sexual assault, intimate partner violence, or stalking. While attorneys may serve as advisors for victims, schools have the right limit their ability to participate fully in the disciplinary process through the “potted plant rule” codified under VAWA’s implementing regulations. Whether allowed to directly advocate, or relegated to the sidelines, attorneys can still be effective in representing the rights of their survivor-clients during campus investigative, hearing and appeals using federal law and administrative guidance under Title IX, the Clery Act and FERPA. While every campus proceeding is governed by applicable schools policies, this training will help attorneys develop the skills they need to enter any educational setting and ensure the federal rights of victims are honored throughout the campus disciplinary process.

Please note that this program was recorded before the U.S. Department of Education's September 2017 interim guidelines. A copy of the new interim Q&A is available via this page.
$45.00
Campus Sexual Assault Victims: Overview of What You Need to Know for Campus Proceedings (Part 1)


MCLE Accreditation: This training has been approved for 1.0 Access to Justice MCLE credit by the Oregon State Bar (OSB Program No. 4134*35) and the State Bar of California. The training may be eligible for MCLE credit in other states; a certificate of attendance will be available after the program.
Duration:  65 minutes (1 credit)
Original Program Date:  Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Presenter:  Laura L. Dunn, J.D., Executive Director, SurvJustice. Ms. Dunn's Bio is available here

Description:  After campus sexual violence, victims are often left in need of institutional support in order to maintain their ongoing access to educational programs and activities. Through effective advocacy, attorneys can secure institutional safety measures, such as interim suspension, on up to no trespass orders that can keep perpetrators off campus. Attorneys can also work cooperatively with schools to ensure survivors have access to on-campus mental and physical health services without limitation or cost, as well as receive prompt accommodation regarding housing and academics. This training will review how Title IX requires schools to provide survivors with interim safety measures and prompt remedies to address the hostile environment created by sexual violence as a civil rights violation. It will also cover a victims’ right to request and receive reasonable accommodations in academic, living, transportation, and working situations after reporting sexual assault, intimate partner violence, or stalking to an institution of higher education. Through acting quickly on behalf of survivor-clients, attorneys can minimize the harm campus sexual violence causes to education access.

Please note that this program was recorded before the U.S. Department of Education's September 2017 interim guidelines. A copy of the interim Q&A is available via this page.

 

$45.00
Protecting Crime Victims' Privacy in Civil Proceedings


MCLE Accreditation:  This activity has been approved for 0.75 general MCLE credit by the Oregon State Bar (OSB Program No. 4134*33) and the State Bar of California. The training may be eligible for MCLE credit in other states; a certificate of attendance will be available after the program.
Duration:  50 minutes (.75 credit)
Original Program Date:  Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Presenter:  Erin K. Olson, J.D., Law Office of Erin Olson, P.C. Ms. Olson is a co-founder and board member of the Oregon Crime Victims Law Center, and a board member of the National Crime Victim Bar Association.  More information about Ms. Olson is available here.

Description:  Crime victims often find themselves having to navigate the civil justice system to obtain protective orders or civil damages.  Attorneys representing crime victims who want to maintain their privacy must challenge the presumptions in favor of naming parties to a civil lawsuit and of allowing liberal discovery in civil cases. This program will discuss how to protect crime victims’ identities and private information from public disclosure, limit the defense’s unbridled access to information, and avoid individual defendant’s use of a pending civil proceeding to obtain discovery for use in a pending criminal case.

$37.50
Don’t Wait in the Wings: Representing a Victim in a Criminal Case (Part 3) — Seeking Appellate Review


MCLE Accreditation:  This activity has been approved for 1.0 general MCLE credit by the Oregon State Bar (OSB Program No. 4134*30) and the State Bar of California. The training may be eligible for MCLE credit in other states; a certificate of attendance will be available after the program.
Duration:  59 minutes (1 credit)
Original Program Date:  Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Presenter: Paul G. Cassell, J.D., Ronald N. Boyce Presidential Professor of Law, S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. Professor Cassell's Bio is available here.

Description: This program is part three of a three-part introductory training designed for attorneys interested in representing crime victims in criminal cases. What happens when the court or the government fails to afford crime victims their rights in a criminal case? This program will address challenges associated with remedying violations of crime victims’ rights, focusing on the availability of appellate review. It will use case examples from federal and state courts to illustrate how attorneys have developed their cases to prepare for appellate review and share arguments that victims’ rights attorneys have advanced to help make victims rights meaningful and enforceable.

$45.00
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