9:00 AM - 12:15 PM - Continental breakfast and registration begin at 8:30 AM
Materials will be provided electronically prior to the program.
2.0 SUB/1.0 ETH credits
Co-hosted by the Elder Justice & Civil Resource Center (EJCRC) and Philadelphia Bar Association
This video-encore and volunteer attorney training CLE, Landlord-Tenant Appeals & Motions Program Overview, will address some of the most common issues reported by the staff in the Elder Justice Resource Center that the volunteer attorneys are likely to encounter, and offer possible solutions for these situations. The panel's goal is to prepare volunteers for any matter that may arise. Judicial and court personnel will be here in-person to provide an introduction to the video and close the program by distributing the necessary volunteer documents.
This CLE program is Free of charge to any attorney who commits to volunteer for six (6) hours in the EJCRC. The volunteer attorneys staffing the EJCRC will be expected to provide short-term, limited legal advice or representation only, pursuant to Pa.R.P.C. 6.5, within three (3) months of the program in order to receive their CLE credits. A signed volunteer agreement with a listing of hours worked must be received in the EJCRC to grant the free CLE credit. However, if a volunteer does not complete a minimum of six (6) hours within three (3) months, the attorney will be billed the full tuition for the program and credit may be retracted.
Brian R. Kisielewski, Esq., Manager of Professional Development, Stradley Ronon
Honorable Daniel J. Anders, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas – Civil Division
Michael J. Carroll, Esq., Senior Attorney, Housing Law Unit, Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
Rachel Garland, Esq., Housing Law Unit, Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
Steven J. Wulko, Deputy Director, Office of Judicial Records – Civil, First Judicial District of Pennsylvania