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October 23-25, 2019 Healdsburg, CA Dry Creek Child Advocacy Skills Training Save The Date PDF.
Join this free training August 1-2, 2019 at the Bay Mills Resort & Casino in Brimley, MI A multi-disciplinary training geared toward child welfare and domestic violence advocates to implement effective service and advocacy strategies in cases involving child … Continue reading
Free Trial Advocacy Skills Hosted by Bay Mills and MSU! This Week! For Trial Judges, Prosecutors and Defenders!
Now with 17.5 Minnesota CLE Credits! Come to Michigan in June when it is beautiful! Open to judges, defense attorneys, and prosecutors, this three-day training will provide trial skills training though a “learning-by-doing” teaching method, which includes lectures and demonstrations … Continue reading
August 21-23, 2019 in Seattle, WA. Apply for the scholarship and register for the event. PDF here.
Please join the Bay Mills Indian Community for this multi-disciplinary, tuition-free training geared toward child welfare and domestic violence advocates to implement effective service and advocacy strategies in cases involving child welfare, domestic violence, or both. Minnesota CLEs are available … Continue reading
Come to Michigan in June when it is beautiful!! Save the date: June 19-21, 2019 Visit the website for more information and to register. Hotel block is here. Find a PDF version of the flyer here.
The registration deadline has been extended to January 25, 2019 for the Pre-Law Advisor Training Conference. Advisors with an array of titles and responsibilities are encouraged to join us February 5-6, 2019. Lodging and travel reimbursements are available for Tribal … Continue reading
Registration is still open for the Pre-Law Advisor Training Conference. Visit the event page for more information about registration, travel reimbursements, and the agenda. Up to 30 lodging and travel reimbursements (up to $800) are available for Tribal Education Departments … Continue reading
Learn more and register here. About the Conference The Pathways to the Legal Profession Conference aims to increase the number of competitive Native law school applicants nationwide. Recent scholarship by the American Bar Association and others establishes that Native Americans … Continue reading