Being an Effective Advocate, Even During a Pandemic

Live date: 
Monday, August 24, 2020 - 11:15am

Attorneys face no shortage of challenges under ordinary times, and those challenges have increased during the pandemic. In this session, Professor Mitchell reviews what it takes to be an effective advocate for our clients, especially under the current realities of the world. This session offers attorneys practical advice and useful tips on everything to ensure you are knowledgeable about local courthouse practices, you and your client’s rights, client communication, and specific ways you can advocate for your client juvenile abuse, neglect, and dependency cases. 


Dorothy Hairston Mitchell, Clinical Associate Professor & Supervising Attorney, North Carolina Central University


Additional Information


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1.00 hours
CLE Value:
1 hrs
1 hrs

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