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
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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
1:30-2:00 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
3:30-3:50 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
Please join us afterwards for our Diversity Happy Hour at Frolik at the Motif!
If you have a question for the judges' panel, please submit them here!
Can't attend? Click here to purchase the deskbook!
WSAJ Civil Rights Deskbook
Overview of Employment Discrimination
Educational Rights of Children with Disabilities
Freedom of Speech, Petition, Assembly, Association, Religion, and Anti-Establishment of Religion
The Right to Know: Washington’s Public Records Act and Federal Freedom of Information Act
Civil Rights Immunities
Attorney Fees and Costs
Interplay Between § 1983 and Americans with Disabilities Act