October 29, 2010
New Lawyer Training: Crime Victims Compensation
Much like the other 49 states and many countries, Ohio has a Crime Victims' Reparations Program, the purpose of which is to reimburse victims of crime and their dependents for medically related costs and income lost due to injury or death of the victim. The second installment in the New Lawyer Training Series is dedicated to the ins and outs of this program, November 16 from 1:30pm to 4:45pm.
Experienced crime victims’ advocates Kimberly S. Wells and Michael D. Falleur explain the function of the program in Ohio’s legal system, considerations for filing a client’s claim, and post filing issues. New and seasoned attorneys with an interest in, or currently representing the victims of violent crime will benefit from this overview. The course is a 3.0 CLE hour seminar.
Register online at www.cbalaw.org/cle, or call 614/221.4112 for event #101116NL. Member cost is $105 prepaid/$120 day-of, non-member cost is $150 prepaid/$165 day-of, and non-attorney cost is $75 prepaid/$90 day-of. This seminar is CLE Easy Pass eligible.