NLADA’s Litigation and Advocacy Leaders’ Conference brings together experienced and emerging civil legal aid and civil rights practitioners from across the country to exchange ideas for — and successes in — advancing crucial litigation and strategic advocacy issues affecting low-income people and communities.
This year’s program is informed by insights from legal aid program directors, experienced and emerging advocacy leaders, past participants, past trainers, and other experts. Programming is set up to provide exceptional flexibility, allowing participants to attend sessions in one particular substantive area or to examine a variety of areas.
This conference will focus on building networks at the national, regional, and local levels, including reaching out to community-based organizations and civil rights groups. Participants will gain new perspectives, enhanced skills, and renewed energy for aggressive representation of low-income clients.
Two Pre-Conference options (Emerging Leaders: A Path to Leadership in Legal Services, and Building Strategic Advocacy: Culture and Practice) are available through a separate registration. Don't forget to sign up!