Working With Survivors: Ethics and Skills for Serving Traumatized Clients

When:  May 26, 2020
May 2020
   
Working With Survivors: Ethics and Skills for Serving Traumatized Clients
Brought to you by ALIGHT (Alliance to Lead Impact in Global Human Trafficking), BAM Family Law (Broxterman Alicks McFarlane PC), Hogan Lovells LLP, and CBA-CLE.
 
 
Program Description   
 
This program will provide a panel discussion about pitfalls to avoid when advising and working with traumatized clients. Panelists will explain how the legal process itself can be re-traumatizing, and cover issues from the perspective of how best to help your client and - yourself as a lawyer from potential liability.
 
This presentation will cover:
- CRPC 1.2 – Scope of Representation
- CRPC 1.4 – Communication
- CRPC 1.14 – Client with Diminished Capacity
- CRPC 2.1 – Role of the Counselor as Advisor
- CRPC 6.1 – Voluntary Pro Bono/Public Service
 
This program is LIVE ONLY and will be provided at no cost.  
 
Box lunches will be provided – thank you Hogan Lovells!
 
Seating is limited, so register today!

Location

Hogan Lovells LLP
1601 Wewatta St.
Suite 900
Denver, CO 80202