More than ever, trying to secure basic legal services can seem insurmountable. This program explores the barriers traditionally underserved Oregonians face, such as economic disparity, age, national origin, and sexual orientation. Gain an understanding of the state’s demographics and how state and federal courts affect these underserved populations. Learn about creating and maintaining a culturally competent and accessible practice environment. This thoughtful and insightful program provides practical advice and resources on how to help people meet the challenge of obtaining legal services.
(This program meets the Introductory Access to Justice requirements for new admittees under MCLE Rule 3.3(b).)
• Janice Morgan, Legal Aid Services of Oregon, Portland
• Jonathan Patterson, Compassion & Choices, Portland
• Maya Crawford Peacock, Campaign for Equal Justice, Portland
• Holly Puckett, Campaign for Equal Justice, Portland
• Chanpone Sinlapasai, Marandas & Sinlapasai PC, Lake Oswego
• Percy Wise, Portland
3 Access to Justice Introductory credits
ID 49424, 06/14/2018
Complete by 06/14/2021 for Oregon credit
Download course materials (PDF)
Download MCLE recordkeeping form (PDF)
Please note that it may take up to 30 days after you complete an online seminar for it to appear on your online MCLE Compliance Report at www.osbar.org.