EJU Sessions Requested by Topic

2017 Dates: Wednesday, August 30, 2017 to Friday, September 1, 2017

The planning committee for TALS' 2017 Equal Justice University conference invites you to submit CLE session proposals for this year's conference. Please see the list below of specifically requested sessions as selected by the planning committee. Proposals on additional topics are also welcome.

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Topic

Area(s) of the Law Covered

Health services available through both CHOICES and TennCare

Health & Benefits

In Depth Review of Tennessee’s CHOICES program

Health & Benefits

Elder Law Review:

Includes ethical considerations around planning for death and dying, assisting with clients with dementia, and diminished capacity, and elder abuse

Health & Benefits

Discrimination in the workplace

Employment

Immigration Review:

Includes status for adults and children, divorce, criminal

Employment, Immigration, Family

Immigration 101:

Includes client testimonial

Immigration

Ethics of Working within Family Justice Centers

Family

Ethical Considerations when working with juvenile clients:

Includes orders of protection involving minors and students versus parents’ wishes in education

Family, Special Education

Fair Housing Overview:

Includes how to protect tenants’ rights against eviction in instances of domestic violence, sexual assault, etc.

Family, Housing

Basics of Foreclosures

Housing

Tax Law Review:

Includes advising clients with tax issues, current tax scams, and tax practitioners responsibility under circular 230

Consumer

Auto Cases

Consumer

Post-Judgement Advice and Assistance

Consumer

Working with Difficult Co-Workers

Ethics

Racial Equity

Ethics

Self-Care

Ethics

Social Media Use

Technology

Best Practices for the Mobile Attorney

Technology

 

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Posted: April 20, 2017