Wednesday May 15
SSA Centralized Scheduling for Hearings

Centralized Scheduling Units are expanding to cover all regions, and understanding the new structure is essential to making it work for you and your clients.  This session will detail how CSU operates (and why), while exploring best practices, offering advice about how to avoid problems, and reviewing the history of CSU.  A good understanding of CSU’s structure and goals can enable scheduling with a CSU to work well, despite the trauma of transition.  Finally, we will cover CSU’s technical difficulties and limitations, which are especially important if your practice includes scheduling limitations or you handle cases in multiple regions. David Camp, Esq., has been active in these issues for other regions.  We will also have guests from SSA Region II: Regional Chief ALJ Aaron Morgan and Elizabeth Wohlgemuth, Quality Review Officer for the Office of the Regional Chief ALJ.

  • When
    Wednesday, May 15, 2019
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Location
    Legal Services NYC - Central
    40 Worth St., 6th floor
    New York, NY 10013

  • CLE Credits
    Skills: 1.00
    Areas of Professional Practice: 1.00
  • Format
    Traditional Live Classroom
  • Price: $0
  • Materials
    Contains 1 training item(s)

About the Faculty

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    David Camp (Speaker)

    David Camp is an attorney and owner of Access Disability, LLC. He specializes in Social Security, SSI and litigation matters—focusing on representation of the homeless. Previously, David clerked for Judge Richard Teitelman of the Supreme Court of Missouri. David has also worked as the Managing Attorney for Gateway Legal Services (a legal aid program), and in the litigation department of Stone, Leyton & Gershman. He received his BS in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin—Madison, and his JD from Washington University in St. Louis. David is an at-large board member of NOSSCR. He is a Past President of the Missouri Lawyers Trust Account Foundation, and current Chair of the Administrative Law Committee of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis. David is a recipient of the Social Security Region Seven Commissioner’s Public Service Award, and the NOSSCR Sweeney award for Distinguished Service for his work litigating and ending the Secret ALJ Policy. He is a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee for West’s Social Security Reporting Service, and the author of both “Current Social Security News” and “Social Security Claims and Procedures” for Westlaw.