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E-Learning
Language Justice: The Rights of LEP Clients

You will leave this training with a better understanding of the legal and ethical requirements for providing language access to LEP clients; some tools for creating good organizational language access policies and procedures, and also some tangible tips on using interpreters.

  • CLE Credits
    Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias: 1.50
  • Format
    E-Learning
  • Practice Area(s)
    Language Access
  • Price: $0

About the Faculty

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    Christine Clarke (Speaker)

    Christine Clarke is the Director of the Civil Rights Justice Initiative at Legal Services NYC, where she represents and advocates on behalf of clients who have faced discrimination. Christine is a 2010 graduate of Yale Law School and a 2004 graduate of Oberlin College. Prior to joining Legal Services NYC, she practiced plaintiff-side employment law at Beranbaum Menken LLP.