Brown Bag CLE Series
The Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic (MVLC) and Legal Action of Wisconsin's Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) offer a free Brown Bag Lunch Series throughout each academic year at the Marquette University Law School. The series is highly recommended for all MVLC and VLP volunteers and is also open to the community. You can attend in person or online. All presentations are from 12:10-1:00 p.m.
Register for sessions in the 2014-2015 series here: https://mulaw.wufoo.com/forms/mvlclaw-brown-bag-cle-series
Basic Program Information
- Download the flyer for more information on the 2014-2015 session here.
- MVLC Brown Bag CLEs Frequently Asked Questions
- Due to a high demand for online participation in the Brown Bag presentations, we are modifying the presentation to be live audio and presentation materials only (no view of the presenter will appear). This will allow for transmission of the presentations to more individuals without exceeding our broadband capacity at the law school. We will continue to offer continuing legal educations credits for the programs for individuals participating in the live program. Questions may be asked of the presenters. An attendance code will be read in two parts during the presentation to be reported on the online attendance form. We thank you for your understanding.
- Pre-registration is required for in-person attendees.
- Registration links are provided below under the listing for each month's presentation.
- CLE credit can only be given to in-person attendees and online attendees who view the live version of the presentation. Click here for details.
- To report your online attendance within 60-minutes of a live presentation, Click here.
Registration is open for all presentations here.
- September 11 - Eliminating a Barrier to Employment through Driver's License Recovery presented by Molly Gena, Legal Action of Wisconsin
- October 9 - Serving Clients with Mental Illness presented by Amy Judy, Disability Rights Wisconsin
- November 13 - Things to Consider when Executing Deeds at the MVLC presented by Danielle Bergner, Assistant City Attorney, Milwaukee
- January 15 - Milwaukee County Adult Guardianship Procedure presented by Amy Wochos, Milwaukee County Probate Court Administrator
- February 12 - Post-judgement Family Matters and the Affordable Care Act, presented by Korey Lundin, Legal Action Wisconsin
- March 12 - Milwaukee County Small Claims Procedures presented by Maria Dorsey, Milwaukee County Court Commissioner
- April 9 - Same-sex Marriage and Domestic Partnerships in Wisconsin presented by Kathy Charlton, Hawks Quindel S.C.
- Molly Gena - Molly Gena is an attorney at Legal Action of Wisconsin (LAW). She has been working at LAW and volunteering at the Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic since 2007. She is the supervising attorney at the Center for Driver’s License Recovery and Employability. She assists low-income Milwaukee County residents with suspended and revoked driver’s licenses to obtain valid licenses. She previously worked in the Housing unit at LAW and the Road to Opportunity Project, which assists clients with eliminating legal barriers to employment.
- Amy Judy - At Disability Rights Wisconsin, Wisconsin's designated protection and advocacy (P&A) agency for people with disabilities and their families, Amy Judy has coordinated the Violence Against Women with Disabilities and Deaf Women Project for over a decade. This Project works to elevate collaboration among state/local and tribal sexual assault, domestic violence and disability programs while enhancing their collective capacity to respond effectively from a trauma-informed framework to victims/survivors of violence with disabilities and Deaf victims. Amy has conducted numerous trainings related to self-advocacy, systems advocacy, coalition building, legal issues, disabilities, and violence against women throughout Wisconsin and nationally. For 20 years, she has worked on state and national level policy and program development, legal and personal advocacy, and training with and about individuals with disabilities and victims/survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. Amy also has over twenty-five years of experience in community organizing. She holds a B.A. degree from Beloit College and a law degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Archived presentations are also available.
NOTE THAT WE ARE ONLY ABLE TO PROVIDE CLE FOR LIVE VIEWINGS OF PRESENTATIONS.
Archived presentations are not approved for CLE.
Click Here to access the catalogue of archived presentations. In the archives, presentation handouts are available under "Links."
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