UGA / UDC Olmstead Panel: Sue Jamieson (1 of 5 videos) – 844-292-1318 Georgia legal aid

A colloquium by the Institute on Human Development and Disability at the University of Georgia (IHDD). Co-hosted by the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. Panel was held on January 28, 2014 at UDC.

Susan Jamieson: Lead attorney in Olmstead v. L.C., which she filed as an attorney with Atlanta Legal Aid Society. Currently on the staff of IHDD and Atlanta Legal Aid Society.

IHDD is part of the College on Family and Consumer Sciences at UGA.

Renovating Abandoned Homes Panel – 844-292-1318 Missouri legal aid

Renovating Abandoned Homes Panel

Ewing M. Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
January 31, 2015

Abandoned homes represent a distinct challenge and an opportunity for many neighborhoods. Hear how neighborhood organizations are working to turn abandoned homes in their area into opportunities for investment and revitalization.

Panelists:
Michael Duffy, Legal Aid of Western Missouri
Margaret May, Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council
Paul Tancredi, Blue Hills Neighborhood Association
Ted Anderson, Land Bank of Kansas City, Missouri and the Kansas City, Missouri Homesteading Authority
Moderator: Vincent Gauthier, BNIM and the Land Bank of Kansas City, Missouri
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UI International Studies Career Panel 10/13 pt 3 – 844-292-1318 Iowa legal aid

UI International Studies Career Panel 10/13 pt 3

Misty Rebik is the Executive Director for the Center for Worker Justice. With the Center she is dedicated to the empowerment of immigrant workers to know and defend their rights and to build common cause across linguistic, religious, racial, and national/political barriers to work towards concrete change. Misty was formally a community organizer with the grass-roots organizing group Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement (Iowa CCI), where she worked on the group’s Latino Organizing Project. While at Iowa CCI Misty worker with dozens of low-wage Latino workers to recover tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid wages, to strengthen wage theft enforcement in the state of Iowa, and to hold corporations accountable to fair treatment of workers. She also has served as an AmeriCorps Volunteer for the Iowa Immigration Education Coalition, and Iowa Legal Aid. Misty is passionate about all things social justice, and an enthusiastic traveler. She speaks Spanish, is practicing Portuguese, and soon plans to pick up Arabic.
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Exonerating the Innocent – Panel III (November 5, 2010) – 844-292-1318 Wisconsin legal aid

Political and Practice Considerations: Statutes and Demonstration Projects

■Col. Maritza Ryan (Moderator), U.S. Military Academy at West Point
■Steven Banks, The Legal Aid Society
■Keith A. Findley, University of Wisconsin Law School
■Theodore M. Shaw, Columbia Law School
■Mike Ware, Dallas County District Attorney’s Office
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Tom Cannon - 2014 Leaders in the Law

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Tom Cannon – Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee Inc.

2014 Leaders in the Law – Wisconsin Law Journal
February 27, 2014

UI International Studies Career Panel 10/13 pt 2 – 844-292-1318 Iowa legal aid

Misty Rebik is the Executive Director for the Center for Worker Justice. With the Center she is dedicated to the empowerment of immigrant workers to know and defend their rights and to build common cause across linguistic, religious, racial, and national/political barriers to work towards concrete change. Misty was formally a community organizer with the grass-roots organizing group Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement (Iowa CCI), where she worked on the group’s Latino Organizing Project. While at Iowa CCI Misty worker with dozens of low-wage Latino workers to recover tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid wages, to strengthen wage theft enforcement in the state of Iowa, and to hold corporations accountable to fair treatment of workers. She also has served as an AmeriCorps Volunteer for the Iowa Immigration Education Coalition, and Iowa Legal Aid. Misty is passionate about all things social justice, and an enthusiastic traveler. She speaks Spanish, is practicing Portuguese, and soon plans to pick up Arabic.
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Seminar on the ‘Opening of India’s Legal Services Sector’ – Panel Discussion – 844-292-1318 Indiana legal aid

The Jindal Global Law School of O.P. Jindal Global University and Indiana University Maurer School of Law’s Center on the Global Legal Profession hosted a major public event on “Opening of India’s Legal Services Sector: Examining the Current Status and Way Forward” in New Delhi. The forum sought to address some of the most critical issues surrounding the legal services sector in great detail, and featured some of the most important voices on the subject.

The illustrious panel was moderated by Professor (Dr.) Jayanth K. Krishnan, Professor of Law and Charles L. Whistler Faculty Fellow,
Indiana University Maurer School of Law, USA and Prof. (Dr.) C Raj Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, O.P. Jindal Global University

Members of the panel included:

Ms. R.V. Anuradha, Partner, Clarus Law Associates
Mr. Lalit Bhasin, President, The Society of Indian Law Firms
Mr. P. M. Devaiah, Partner & General Counsel, Everstone Capital Advisors Pvt. Ltd.
Ms. Pratibha Jain, Partner & Head, Nishith Desai Associates (Delhi office)
Mr. Rajiv K. Luthra, Founder and Managing Partner, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices
Mr. Sudhanshu Pandey, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Commerce & Industry
Mr. Siddharth Raja, Founding Partner, Samvad Partners