Cutting Edge Civil Rights Issues: Police Misconduct, Homeless Rights, and Prisoners' Rights

Date: 11/16/2017

Cutting Edge Civil Rights Issues: 
Police Misconduct, Homeless Rights, and Prisoners' Rights
Civil Rights CLE with Deskbook Update

Chairpersons:  Jay Krulewitch & Ada Wong
Deskbook Editor: Nathan Roberts
November 16, 2017  
4.0 Law & Legal Credits
Motif Hotel, Seattle

11:50-12:00    Welcome and Opening 
                         Chairpersons: Jay Krulewitch, Seattle Attorney and Ada Wong, Mountlake Terrace Attorney
12:00-1:00      Judicial Panel Discussion: Tips from the Bench
                         Judge Stephanie Arend, Pierce Co. Superior Court and Senior Judge John C. Coughenour, U.S. District, Justice Faith Ireland, Ret. 
1:00-1:15        Case Selection & Investigation
                         Jay Krulewitch, Seattle Attorney
1:15-1:30        Break
1:30-2:00        Investigation & Discovery in Police Shooting Cases: 
                        Lessons Learned from Thomas v. City of Lakewood, et. Al.

                        Tiffany Cartwright, Seattle Attorney
2:00-2:25        Qualified Immunity on Summary Judgement
                        Darryl Parker, Seattle Attorney
2:25-2:50        The Government Cannot Steal from You Even if You Are Homeless
                        Peter Fels, Vancouver Attorney and Moloy Good, Vancouver Attorney
2:50-3:15        How to Prove Compensatory and Punitive Damages in a Police Misconduct Case
                        Mary Anderson, Bothell Attorney
3:15-3:30        Break
3:30-3:50        When is Denial of Medical Care a Constitutional Violation?
                         Nathan Roberts, Tacoma Attorney
3:50-4:15        Jail Death Litigation: Overview, Issues and Pitfalls
                         Ed Budge, Seattle Attorney
4:15-4:30        Q & A


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