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The Paralegal's Toolkit: Skills for Victim Advocacy 2024

Product ID: CA3655W
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Bridge to healing

Victim advocates help crime victims and survivors reclaim their voices in the pursuit of justice, offering emotional support and direction as they go through the legal process. Victims don’t always know what to expect from the police or the district attorney handling their case, but victim advocates help to demystify the process by guiding victims through each step. Advocates also assist victims in developing safety plans to shield them from additional potential threats and offer further resources, providing peace of mind to those who may still be in grief, shock, or trauma recovery. Read More ↓

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Pricing

Member $99.00

Non-Member $149.00

Credits

1 LAU

Date and Time

Friday, June 14, 202412:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 6/14/2024 12:00:00 PM 6/14/2024 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago The Paralegal's Toolkit: Skills for Victim Advocacy 2024

Bridge to healing

Victim advocates help crime victims and survivors reclaim their voices in the pursuit of justice, offering emotional support and direction as they go through the legal process. Victims don’t always know what to expect from the police or the district attorney handling their case, but victim advocates help to demystify the process by guiding victims through each step. Advocates also assist victims in developing safety plans to shield them from additional potential threats and offer further resources, providing peace of mind to those who may still be in grief, shock, or trauma recovery. aagOTNdBczOPpqCrTmAF60877

NOTE: This seminar is not included in the scope of our GPA approval with the BBE. At this time, CLE credit for attorneys is not granted by the BBE.

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Bridge to healing

Victim advocates help crime victims and survivors reclaim their voices in the pursuit of justice, offering emotional support and direction as they go through the legal process. Victims don’t always know what to expect from the police or the district attorney handling their case, but victim advocates help to demystify the process by guiding victims through each step. Advocates also assist victims in developing safety plans to shield them from additional potential threats and offer further resources, providing peace of mind to those who may still be in grief, shock, or trauma recovery. Read More ↓

Christina Traub has over two decades of customer service expertise and a robust legal background. She brings a unique blend of practical problem-solving and advanced technical proficiency to the legal field. Currently serving as a Growth Specialist at ProfitSolv, she has demonstrated ability in building and maintaining client relationships, tailoring solutions to meet diverse needs, and expanding clientele. Christina also teaches a Legal Computer Applications course for Madison College and received the Provost Award for Faculty Excellence in 2023 because of her dedication to student success. Beyond her professional endeavors, she is also an active volunteer and public speaker.

  • Understand the fundamentals of victim’s rights, including the legal framework and key legislation protecting victims
  • Develop practical skills for effective interactions with victims
  • Review ethical considerations and confidentiality requirements specific to victim advocacy
  • Explore common challenges victims face in the legal system and create strategies for providing appropriate support and guidance
  • Evaluate the role of the paralegal in advocating for victims within the legal system
  • Gain insight into a day in the life of a victim by examining case studies and scenarios 
  • All paralegals
  • Legal administrators
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