Tuesday, January 13: Social Justice Tuesday- Consumer Education & Training Services
Wednesday, January 14: Criminal Justice Connections Breakfast
Wednesday, January 14: Free Webinar- Exploring Ethical Challenges of Legal Services Working on Elder Abuse Issues
Hosted by the National Consumer Law Center
Join us for a webinar on Jan 14, 2015 at 2:00 PM EST.
Increasing national focus on elder abuse and a push for greater legal services involvement, particularly in the area of financial exploitation, have led to a number of difficult ethical challenges. This webinar will examine: Ways in which ageist attitudes have shaped states’ elder abuse laws and how these attitudes – often unconscious – affect our approach to elder abuse, especially when clients are of questionable capacity; The critical need to establish and put in place, clear policies/protocols to guide involvement in abuse/exploitation cases and to ensure adherence to professional responsibilities, before legal programs get involved; and applying the policies/protocols and dealing with ethical challenges while working with elders and their families/third parties in the field.
Presenters: Penny Hommel, Co-Director, The Center for Social Gerontology, Jaye Martin, Executive Director, Maine Legal Services for the Elderly and Denis Culley, Staff Attorney, Maine Legal Services for the Elderly Additional sponsorship for this Webinar is provided by a grant from the Administration on Aging/Administration for Community Living. This webinar is part of a series of National Elder Rights Training Project webinars for the National Legal Resource Center. There is no charge for this webinar. All time listings are in Eastern Time. If you have any questions email email@example.com
Wednesday, January 14, 3:30-5:30pm, Room 138- Race, Immigration & Citizenship
Friday, January 16: Meet & Greet-Sherrilyn Ifill
Friday, January 16: The Architecture of Human Rights- Why Constitutional Government Requires Human Rights Law
The CLASS Center, UW Center for Human Rights and the UW School of Law cordially invite you to
Professor Jamie Mayerfeld’s Book Manuscript Discussion
The Architecture of Human Rights: Why Constitutional Government Requires International Human Rights Law
Friday, January 16th, 3:30-5:30pm
William Gates Hall 447
Light refreshments will be served
Please join us for a productive and intellectually stimulating discussion of Professor Mayerfeld’s book manuscript as he finalizes it for publication. The session will consist of feedback from four faculty discussants followed by a robust discussion by all in attendance.
The manuscript can be located via the following link. Likewise, acknowledging busy schedules, Professor Mayerfeld has also produced a Memo to guide your reading if you would like to focus on a portion of the manuscript.
Don’t Miss Out! February 6 & 7: NW Public Service Career Fair
For twenty-five years, the NW Public Service Career Fair has linked law students and alumni with opportunities to make a difference. We typically have more than 50 non-profits & government offices and more than 500 students & alumni from our 11 schools participating in the fairs. Help today’s clients and inspire tomorrow’s justice seekers.
When? Seattle- Friday, February 6. Portland- Saturday, February 7th.
10:00 to 10:30 Student & Employer Check-in
10:30 to Noon Table Talk
12:40 to 5:00 Pre-scheduled Interviews
In Seattle: LeRoux in the Student Center at Seattle University Seattle University Campus & Parking Map
In Portland: Templeton Center at Lewis & Clark CollegeLewis & Clark Campus & Parking MapPio Express free downtown shuttle bus
Registration costs? $15 for one fair or $25 for both.
Which employers will be there? Employers are registering on a rolling basis through January 12. Check out the employers registered at the Seattle fair here and the Portland fair here.
How do I get a pre-scheduled interview at the fair? Monday, January 19 is the deadline for submitting application materials.
Where can I get more info? Check out the career fair home page here!