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    Eviction Diversion Programs: A New ATJ Frontier [CC]

    Eviction Diversion Programs: A New ATJ Frontier [CC]
    CLE 90 min

    Eviction Diversion Programs: A New ATJ Frontier [CC]

    This session examines how eviction diversion programs are revolutionizing housing courts across the country. You will learn about best practices for designing and maintaining effective eviction diversion programs and how these principles might be applied to advance access to justice in other courts and areas of law as well.

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    During the Covid-19 pandemic, state courts across the country moved quickly to adopt temporary rule changes and launch new programs designed to keep people housed during a time of crisis. A combination of state and local moratoria and federal rental assistance funds spurred courts into action, and the results were remarkable. Now, housing courts have become the next frontier for access to justice reforms. As courts adapt their eviction diversion programs and refine their rule changes, housing courts have become dynamic places where access to justice initiatives can thrive. The National Center for State Courts, through its Eviction Diversion Initiative, works with courts across the country to design permanent, sustainable eviction diversion programs. Each program combines outreach and communications strategies; court reform initiatives and rule changes; and partnerships with legal, financial, and human service providers to create user-centered, holistic courtrooms designed to resolve housing disputes in the least harmful way.

    Eviction diversion programs combine many different access-to-justice strategies to transform the court experience for all users. This session will cover the best practices for eviction diversion programs and offer specific examples from around the country of new rules, resources, and partnerships that can be replicated in both other courts and other areas of law to further access to justice. Throughout the session, an open dialogue with the attendees will be encouraged to discuss similar efforts that are already happening in their states and/or possible strategies that may be ripe for exploration in their respective jurisdictions.

    The learning objectives for this session include:

    1. Understand how to design an outreach and communications strategy to effectively reach community members and encourage participation in the court process.
    2. Understand how courts can identify and establish strong relationships with both legal and non-legal service providers in their community to better meet the needs of court patrons.
    3. Understand how court rules, procedural changes, and simplification efforts can improve the court experience and make diversion programs more effective and efficient.

    This is one of five sessions in the "2022 ATJ Chairs Meeting" series. This session will be 90 minutes in length, including 15 minutes for questions, and will feature the following experienced panelists:

    • Samira Nazem (Moderator) , Principal Court Management Consultant, National Center for State Courts
    • Judge Kimberly Bacon , Small Claims Court, Lawrence Township, Indiana
    • Will Walker , Eviction Diversion Staff Attorney, Alaska Court System
    • Rae Kyritsi , Programs Manager, Center for Conflict Resolution

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    Product Details

    Product Code

    LA2212ATJW3OLC

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    12/13/2022 12:00:00 AM

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