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DEI Town Hall #2: Discussion of "Two Distant Strangers," movie short

The DEI Committee invites you to join a thought provoking discussion after viewing this Academy Award-winning movie, available on Netflix. Thursday, September 16, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm


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Help Our Community Deal with Post-Covid Evictions

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Pro Bono Opportunity! Help our community deal with Post-Covid Evictions. Interested in volunteering to provide limited scope representation in Unlawful Detainer Cases? As an “Attorney of the Day” you will provide resource information to unrepresented landlords or tenants, provide information on the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, answer procedural questions about court proceedings and mediation. Prior experience with UDs is helpful, but not required. Attend this session and get all the information you'll need. Thursday, September 23, Noon - 1:15 pm. cccba.org/event-info/?eventid=15656 ... See MoreSee Less

Pro Bono Opportunity! Help our community deal with Post-Covid Evictions. Interested in volunteering to provide limited scope representation in Unlawful Detainer Cases? As an “Attorney of the Day” you will provide resource information to unrepresented landlords or tenants, provide information on the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, answer procedural questions about court proceedings and mediation. Prior experience with UDs is helpful, but not required. Attend this session and get all the information youll need.  Thursday, September 23, Noon - 1:15 pm.  https://cccba.org/event-info/?eventid=15656

Automatic Stay Considerations in Residential Evictions and Non Judicial Foreclosures. This Consumer Bankruptcy Program will focus on how the automatic stay in bankruptcy cases interacts with residential foreclosures and evictions. We will discuss Bankruptcy Code provisions which provide relief from stay by operation of law, and those that allow in re-enforcement and annulment of the automatic stay. In addition, the Program will discuss new Civil Code section 2924m. Wednesday, September 22, 12:00PM - 1:15PM, register at cccba.org/event-info/?eventid=15628 ... See MoreSee Less

Automatic Stay Considerations in Residential Evictions and Non Judicial Foreclosures.  This Consumer Bankruptcy Program will focus on how the automatic stay in bankruptcy cases interacts with residential foreclosures and evictions. We will discuss Bankruptcy Code provisions which provide relief from stay by operation of law, and those that allow in re-enforcement and annulment of the automatic stay. In addition, the Program will discuss new Civil Code section 2924m. Wednesday, September 22, 12:00PM - 1:15PM, register at https://cccba.org/event-info/?eventid=15628

Contra Costa Juvenile Advocates (CCJA) seeks attorneys to represent children and parents at all stages of the juvenile dependency proceedings. Attorneys have regular court appearances at the Walnut Creek courthouse advocating for their clients' positions at uncontested hearings and at bench trials. Representation includes client interviews, providing ongoing assessments of the merits of cases, conferring with social workers, opposing counsel, other service providers, and meeting with clients. Attorneys are required to have a minimum of 8 hours training specific to juvenile dependency. CCJA also provides mentorship for new attorneys. Join us: Tuesday, September 21, Noon - 1:00 PM Register:
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Contra Costa Juvenile Advocates (CCJA) seeks attorneys to represent children and parents at all stages of the juvenile dependency proceedings. Attorneys have regular court appearances at the Walnut Creek courthouse advocating for their clients positions at uncontested hearings and at bench trials. Representation includes client interviews, providing ongoing assessments of the merits of cases, conferring with social workers, opposing counsel, other service providers, and meeting with clients. Attorneys are required to have a minimum of 8 hours training specific to juvenile dependency. CCJA also provides mentorship for new attorneys. Join us: Tuesday, September 21, Noon - 1:00 PM Register: 
https://cccba.org/event-info/?eventid=15633