Making Your Law Practice Accessible: Accommodations and Culture (Legal Lunchbox™ Series September 2016) [LL160927-MP3 / LL160927-FSV]

Making Your Law Practice Accessible: Accommodations and Culture (Legal Lunchbox™ Series September 2016) [LL160927-MP3 / LL160927-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: September 27, 2016
Duration: 1 hours, 25 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 0.50, Other: 1.00
 
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Is the physical space where you practice law accessible to clients with disabilities? Does it comply with the ADA? Does it feel welcoming to clients from different cultures, or for whom English is not their first language? In this recorded seminar, gain a better understanding of the things you can do to create an environment that is accessible, accommodating, and inclusive.

Presenters:
Conrad Reynoldson - Washington Civil & Disability Advocate, Seattle
Hardeep Singh Rekhi - Rekhi & Wolk, P.S., Seattle

This program was a Legal LunchboxTM Series live webcast presented on September 27, 2016. If you attended the webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

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