Seattle University is hosting a CLE on Social Justice Lawyering with Bill Kennedy of Legal Services of Northern California on Wednesday, October 10, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. The CLE will be held in Sullivan Hall Room C-5 and will be immediately followed by PILF’s Evening with Equal Justice Community networking event.
Join us for an engaging session on learning about the five essential tools of social justice lawyering which include: 1) understanding cognitive science as a legal tool; 2) understanding structural racialization; 3) mapping and graphic presentation of data; 4) cognitive framing in advocacy; and 5) community lawyering. You will learn how new developments in cognitive science have begun to change the practice of law and what you need to know to keep ahead of the curve. Click here to RSVP.