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Introduction to Landlord Tenant Training

Tuesday November 13
2012

  • By: Volunteer Legal Services Program of the San Francisco Bar Association (VLSP)
  • Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Time Zone: Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • CLE Credit
  • Location:
    BASF Conference Center
    301 Battery Street
    3rd Floor
    San Francisco, CA
  • Source: Bay Area

VLSP's full scope Eviction Defense Project provides representation to clients during their eviction proceedings. These cases provide excellent litigation experience as the procedures are the same as those involved in business litigation-discovery, motions, settlement, and trial-on a more manageable level. Before you volunteer with this project, we ask that you attend this free MCLE training session.

This training will be given by VLSP's Supervising Attorney who will go over the volunteer procedures as well as the different types of cases we place with volunteers. The substantive portion of the training must be viewed ahead of time on the Practising Law Institute's Web site. For more information on how to view this webcast and attend our live training, please email vlsp@sfbar.org. Pre-registration is required to attend.

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Pat Layden, a private practitioner in McAlester, Oklahoma, has volunteered many hours to promote equal access to justice in Oklahoma. He served Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma Inc. as Board member and past President of the Board and as a pro bono attorney. Pro Bono Net thanks Legal Aid Services of Oklahama (LASO) for sharing this inspiring volunteer story about his work on a hotly contested child custody case where a young mother, with a critically ill infant was involved in a custody battle over her one–year old daughter. LEARN MORE

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