Practicing Inclusion: How to Best Represent Clients with Disabilities (On Demand)

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SUMMARY
Representing clients with cognitive and physical disabilities presents unique challenges.
DESCRIPTION

Representing clients with cognitive and physical disabilities presents unique challenges. Learn how to better serve clients with disabilities with session topics including better courtroom access, navigation, and participation for persons with disabilities and the ethical implications of working with clients when mental health or cognitive disability is a concern. Complete your specialty MCLE credit requirements by exploring lawyer wellness with regard to mental health and substance use as well as mandatory abuse reporting for Oregon lawyers.

Cosponsored by the Disability Law Section.

Presented by:
• Linn Davis, Oregon State Bar, Tigard
• Risa Davis, Risa Davis Attorney at Law LLC, Portland
• Terisa Page Gault, Harris Velázquez Gibbens, Hillsboro
• Jennifer Jim, Clinical Director, Sequoia Mental Health Services, Aloha
• Gordon Magella, Disability Rights Oregon, Portland
• John Mann, Chief Administrative Law Judge, Office of Administrative Hearings, Tualatin
• Scott Morrill, JD, Portland
• Douglas Querin, Oregon Attorney Assistance Program, Portland
• Bill Spiry, Spiry Law LLC, Eugene
• Che Walker, Director of Clinical Services, Partnerships in Community Living Inc., Monmouth
• The Honorable Nan Waller, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland

2 Access to Justice credits, 1.5 Ethics (Oregon specific) credits, 1 Abuse Reporting credit, 1 Mental Health/Substance Use credit, and .5 General CLE credit
ID 60695, 06/07/2019
Complete by 06/07/2022 for Oregon credit

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