Webinar: Introduction to FVAP Housing & Employment Justice Project
Thursday, July 26th | 10-11:30 a.m.
This training will discuss the protections available to keep survivors in stable public and private housing, including a review of move-out orders and the basics of Federal and State housing law as it relates to domestic violence. This training will highlight the legal protections available to survivors to maintain and obtain employment under both Federal and State law in order to secure economic stability and prevent homelessness among the survivor community.
FVAP is able to offer MCLE credits for attorneys attending this webinar. Please enter your California Bar number into the appropriate field on the registration form for credit.
Jason Hoge is a native of Upstate NY and relocated to the Bay Area in the Fall of 2017. Before joining FVAP, Jason worked as an international human rights lawyer, a legal aid family court litigator, and a public defender. He co-created and directed the Re-Entry for Monroe County Legal Assistance Center and the Rochester office of Legal Assistance of Western New York, and taught at Syracuse University College of Law Office of Clinical Educational Programs, where he served as Practitioner-In-Residents of the Criminal Defence Clinic.
Who Should Attend:
We encourage advocates, attorneys, survivors, and all interested to attend.
Member: $15* (save $20) | Non Member: $35
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