In an effort to consider all sides of what constitutes an appropriate separation of powers, the Rockefeller Institute and the Government Law Center at Albany Law School host this forum in which some of New York State's top legal and government scholars and leading actors in showdowns in recent years will provide an account of what led to and occurred as a result of this landmark case and why, as well as discuss potential ways that budget gridlock can be avoided.
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This dynamic, interdisciplinary training conference will bring together scholars and practitioners from the fields of psychology, social/legal advocacy, alternative dispute resolution, prevention, and the judiciary to offer in-depth presentations on the history of domestic violence in our culture, our current state of knowledge, and suggestions for furthering our understanding and improving advocacy in circumstances of family violence.
Approved for 4 CLE credits for attorneys. Approved for 6 CE credits for social workers. All attendees will receive certificates of attendance.