Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education
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For those of you who attended our inaugural Drive for Justice event, we hope you enjoy some photos taken from the event. Those who were not able to attend - we hope this sparks your interest to come next year!
In 1978, the Founding Fellows began the Arizona Bar Foundation. Today the next generation is called to action
Be Forever Memorialized as one of the Next Generation Founding Fellows
We The People Competition Regional Coordinator Call for ProposalsDo you enjoy planning events? Become an Arizona Bar Foundation Competition Regional Coordinator This is an exciting opportunity to: * Exercise your planning skills * Impact hundreds of youth by planning an academic competition * Earn a $600 stipend for doing something for which you have a passion Competition Regional Coordinator Role: The Competition Coordinator will serve as a liaison between the Arizona Bar Foundation and the school/district in designated region for the purpose of planning the Regional Competition. Competition Coordinators will work closely with the Arizona Bar Foundation to effectively plan and administer a regional competition in Arizona. Competition Coordinators will serve in this capacity from September 2015 – May 2016. As a Competition Regional Coordinator, you will… * Serve as a Liaison between the Foundation and the educators participating in the competition. * Plan/Implement/Host an academic competition/showcase in your designated region. Requirements to serve in this capacity: * Effective Organization Skills * Logistical Planning Skills * Effective Communication Skills *Per our Competition Policies – “An individual may serve as a district coordinator and a teacher coach but cannot coordinate their district competition. Another individual will be appointed by the Foundation to serve in that capacity.” *District Coordinator is equivalent to Regional Coordinator. Completing a proposal: Please complete (type) the attached form and email to Susan.Nusall@azflse.org. Proposal Due Date: September 8, 2015. For more information, please contact: Susan Nusall, Director of Volunteers Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education 4201 N. 24th Street, Suite 210 Phoenix, AZ 85016 Susan.Nusall@azflse.org 602-340-7361
Arizona Human Trafficking 101 Training 9/18-9/19
The Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking in partnership with the Arizona Legal Women And Youth Services is conducting a 2-day workshop on Human Trafficking for legal practitioners in Phoenix, Arizona on Friday, September 18th and Saturday September 19th at the Arizona Summit Law School at 1 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ.
The training is FREE and will provide up to 14 hours of CLE credit for participants who attend both full days.
Please Register by September 1st . Please fill out the attached registration form.
The primary goal of the program is to promote civic awareness and responsibility in students.
The Arizona Attorney General's Office has made funding available to offer legal assistance to many Arizonans hurting from the foreclosure crisis that swept our nation over the last several years. for more information about services that are available, please follow the link in the the title above.