Election Year 2016: Welfare & Poverty Law

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Credits

Alaska
7.5 General
Arizona
7.5 General
California
7.5 General
Connecticut
7.5 General
Georgia
6.5 General 1 Professionalism
Hawaii
7.5 General
Illinois
7.5 General
Minnesota
4.5 General
Missouri
7.5 General
Nevada
1.5 General
New Jersey
7.5 General
New York
6 Professional Practice 1.5 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias
North Carolina
7.5 General
Oregon
3.5 General 4 Access to Justice
South Carolina
4.5 General
Texas
7.5 General
Washington
7.5 Law and Legal Procedure
West Virginia
7.5 General

Format

All courses are available in video format. Written materials are included with every course. Audio format available for certain states.

Courses may include in-person events and/or live webcast programs. Please review all the courses included prior to purchase.

Faculty

Rachel Goodman
Rachel Goodman Racial Justice Program of the American Civil Liberties Union
Rachel Kleinman
Rachel Kleinman NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Ellen Lawton
Ellen Lawton National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership
Coty Montag
Coty Montag NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Christopher Portelli
Christopher Portelli New York Legal Assistance Group
Erica Nicole Rangel
Erica Nicole Rangel The Center for Community Insight, Inc.
Randye Retkin
Randye Retkin New York Legal Assistance Group
Andrew Scherer
Andrew Scherer New York Law School
Valerie Schneider
Valerie Schneider Howard University School of Law
Erika Wood
Erika Wood New York Law School

With an estimated 46 million Americans living in poverty and an oft-debated welfare system currently in place, welfare and poverty will be at the forefront of this election.  


As such, as part of Lawline’s 2016 Election Year CLE Series, major legal issues encountered in welfare and poverty will be addressed in preparation of the upcoming election.  

6 Courses Included

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