There is also a free video of the webinar program The Solo/Small Firm Challenge: Conquering Adversity and the Imposter Syndrome available on the Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs (CoLAP) here. This program was previously presented in July of 2018 as part of the ABA Free Monthly CLE series. While no CLE credit is available for viewing this video, young lawyers might find it particularly helpful.
This is the 10th Anniversary of the national celebration of Pro Bono and the focus is on disaster recovery. Learn more here.
LGBT + Legal Access Project: The American Bar Association Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence’s LGBT+ Legal Access Project provides individualized support, training, and technical assistance to address domestic and sexual violence in LGBT+ communities. More information can be found here.
Unbundling Resource Center: Unbundling, or limited scope representation, is an alternative to traditional, full-service representation and a new trend for law practices. The ABA has resources to support you in providing unbundled services here.
Check out Project Press published by the Death Penalty Representation Project. The newsletter features Supreme Court updates, death penalty news, and much more!
The e-journal BIFOCAL provides both substantive law and delivery system focused articles in law and aging and is published online as a free resource six times a year.
The PRACTICAL Tool for Lawyers to help lawyers identify less restrictive options than guardianship for individuals with diminished capacity. This was created as a collaboration with the Commission on Disability Rights, the Section on Civil Rights and Social Justice, and the Section on Real Property, Trust and Estate Law.
Legal Issues Related to Elder Abuse: A Pocket Guide for Law Enforcement. More than 26,000 hard copies were disseminated to criminal justice professionals, and the Commission is working with Georgetown Law students to develop an app version of the Pocket Guide.
Check out the Ethics brochure for families of older clients: Why Am I Left in the Waiting Room: Understanding the Four C’s of Elder Law Ethics. It is great resource for family members.