LGBT Rights: Issues and Practice Areas (June 2016) [16525-MP3 / 16525-FSV]

LGBT Rights: Issues and Practice Areas (June 2016) [16525-MP3 / 16525-FSV]

Original Program Date: June 29, 2016
Duration: 6 hours, 33 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 1.00, Law & Legal Procedure: 5.50
List Price:$275.00
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Product Description:

Your LGBT clients face legal issues specific to their orientation that cross multiple practice areas. Get up to speed on the issues – and on how to effectively represent clients facing them – with this comprehensive recorded program.

In partnership with its LGBT Law and Civil Rights Law Sections, the WSBA has brought together speakers from the Washington Office of the Attorney General, ACLU of Washington, and Seattle office of Civil Rights, along with practitioners experienced in advocating for the legal rights of LGBT clients, to advise you on the law and best practices in areas including:
  • Fair housing and discrimination in public accommodations
  • Employment law
  • Family and juvenile law
  • The state of Washington law post-Obergefell
  • Ethics and effective representation of LGBT clients
Program Chair: Scott Douglas - Office of the Attorney General, Olympia

This program was a live seminar and webcast presented on June 29, 2016, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

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Coursebook contains 254 pages.

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