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Wednesday, May 20, 2020
1:00 pm2:30 pm

As many transition to remote work in light of COVID-19, attorneys and other service providers are
still working with clients who have experienced trauma, whether they are victims of crimes,
immigrants, or the working poor. This webinar will focus on implementing a trauma-informed
practice in a remote workspace. Panelists will discuss barriers and provide techniques on how to
account for trauma in working remotely with clients. The conversation will include how ethical
duties shape remote communication with and representation of clients.
This program will provide 1 hours of CLE credit in skills, .5 hours of CLE credit in ethics.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1pm-2:30pm EST
Register by emailing Mary Armistead,
Include (1) name, (2) job title, (3) organization, and (4) whether CLE credit is requested
*Information on joining webinar will be emailed after registration
*Registration limited to first 90 registrants