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Bronx County Bar Association, Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project, Brooklyn Law School,
Fordham Law School’s Feerick Center for Social Justice, New York City Bar Association, New York County
Lawyers’ Association, Queens County Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project, Richmond County Bar
Association, Staten Island Women’s Bar Association, and Wagner College present:
THE BASIC CLARO TRAINING PROGRAM
When: MONDAY, April 29, 2013 – 6:00-9:00 pm
Where: Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project
123 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201
3 MCLE CREDITS: 1.5 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, 1.5 SKILLS
Appropriate for both newly admitted & experienced attorneys
Topics include: Introduction to CLARO; Ethical Considerations; Client Interaction; Pre-Litigation & The Life of a Debt;
The Court Process & Key Motions; Substantive Defenses; Negotiating a Settlement; Stipulations; Preparing the Pro Se
Consumer Debt Defendant for Trial
This course is FREE to those who volunteer for six total hours with CLARO by October 31, 2013. The commitment may
be different for the Civil Court programs.
Volunteers may serve one of the following consumer debt pro se assistance programs, all of which provide limited legal
advice to unrepresented consumers: Bronx CLARO; Brooklyn CLARO; Manhattan CLARO (must be a NYCLA member or
Fordham Law School alumnus/a); Queens CLARO; Staten Island CLARO; Westchester CLARO; The Civil Court
Consumer Debt Lawyer for the Day Program; The Civil Court Help Center Consumer Debt Advice Program.
Download the registration flyer.