First Regional Meeting: Modest Means/Incubator Projects in California
The California Commission on Access to Justice invites you to attend the first regional meeting for the Modest Means/Incubator Project on Thursday, April 24 at the State Bar of California Office in San Francisco.
The Modest Means/Incubator Project is part of a national movement intended to explore the practical training of new lawyers and couple it with partial solutions for the struggles of the underserved middle class in discrete legal matters such as labor code violations, family law conflicts, consumer debt complaints and more. The Commission’s promotion of this project includes regional meetings and subsequent grants to applicants that best propose projects which incorporate the best practices of existing and proposed incubator collaboratives.
At this inaugural meeting, you will learn about successful incubator models that train new attorneys to address the modest means justice gap, meet and collaborate with key stakeholders, and learn about funding opportunities.
When:Thursday, April 24, 2014, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Where: State Bar of California
180 Howard Street, San Francisco
Welcome and Project Launch
Associate Justice Goodwin Liu, California Supreme Court
Confirmed presenters to date
Judge Mark Juhas
, Los Angeles County Superior Court
, Director, International Center for Post-Graduate Development & Justice, Touro Law Center, New York
, Associate Professor, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego
, Directing Attorney, Legal Aid Society of Orange County, Santa Ana
, Dept. of Fair Employment and Housing
, Contra Costa County Bar Association
Learn about successful incubator models that train new attorneys to address the modest means justice gap;
Meet and collaborate with key stakeholders; and
Learn about funding opportunities
For more information, contact Michael Dayao email@example.com or 415-538-2528.