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Libraries and Access to Justice Webinar Series

2012 September 26
by Christina Manz presents the Libraries and Access to Justice Webinar Series, a 4-part series of free Thursday webinars to develop librarians’ abilities to serve their communities with access to legal resources.

With a surge in the number of people seeking assistance for issues with a legal dimension, partnerships between access to justice organizations and the libraries in their communities are more important than ever. With funding from a Legal Services Corporation Technology Initiative (TIG) grant, Pro Bono Net is producing four national training webinars for librarians. The goal of the series is to increase awareness among librarians and community stakeholders about online access to justice resources that are available to them, how librarians can access and utilize those resources to better educate and assist their patrons with legal needs, and models for legal aid-library collaborations to connect people with legal information.

The webinars are free, and attendees are welcome to join for the entire series or attend individual webinars on topics of interest. The webinars will be recorded and made available online afterward, along with all presentation materials.

Thursday, September 13, 2012
Webinar 1: Welcoming Librarians to the Access to Justice Movement

Thursday, September 27, 2012
Webinar 2: Connecting Library Patrons with Legal Information: Keys Resources

Thursday, October 11, 2012
Webinar 3: Helping Patrons Find Legal Assistance in their Community: Online Referral Tools

Thursday, November 1, 2012
4: Developing Legal Aid-Library Collaborations: Models and Replication Resources

For More Information:
Contact Liz Keith, LawHelp Program Manager at Pro Bono Net:

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