Join Arkansas Voices for its upcoming state conference focused on granparents and relative caregivers of children with incarcerated parents at the Clarion Hotel in Little Rock. The conference is free, and lunch will be provided.
Panelists will dare to make outlandish predictions about the legal technology tools and the court system of the next century. Forget incremental change and the echo chamber of recurring technology-related aspirations in the legal aid community. What does a radically-changed future legal system mean for people who face barriers in accessing justice? We will tease measurable predictions from the panelists as well, just to keep them grounded.
This workshop will walk participants through tips and methods to increase quality content on your statewide website as well as how to easily maintain that content. This “cooking show” format will result in several “out of the oven” finalized pieces of content, including both static, multimedia, and automated document content.
Kim Marshall, Project Coordinator and Content Developer for the Arkansas Legal Services Partnership, will provide information about free legal aid in Arkansas and how to access free legal help including legal information, forms and other resources on the ALSP website.
"Legal Resources for Low-Income Advocates and Residents" will take place in Salon C in the Robinson Convention Center.
More Information About the 2012 Low Income Advocates Leadership and Community Development Conference
This is an informational webinar for attorneys interested in learning more about the upcoming opening of the USDA Hispanic and Women Farmers and Ranchers Claims Process (HWFRCP). The webinar will provide participating attorneys with a brief summary of the HWFRCP and how they can become part of the national network of attorneys who will be listed as willing to assist potential claimants in completing the official HWFRCP claims form. There will be sufficient time for questions and answers about the HWFRCP.