Basic New York Unemployment Insurance Law: How to Represent Underrepresented Groups
In the realm of employment law, understanding the intricacies of New York Unemployment Insurance Law is paramount. This Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program is specially designed to equip attorneys with the essential knowledge and strategies needed to represent underrepresented groups effectively in matters concerning unemployment insurance.
Key Program Highlights:
- Foundations of New York Unemployment Insurance Law: Begin with a comprehensive exploration of the fundamental principles that underpin New York Unemployment Insurance Law.
- Empowering Underrepresented Groups: Recognize the unique challenges faced by individuals from underrepresented groups when navigating unemployment insurance issues.
- Guiding Clients: Learn how to provide tailored guidance and support to clients from diverse backgrounds, ensuring equitable representation.
- Maximizing Benefits: Discover strategies to help your clients maximize their entitled benefits under New York Unemployment Insurance Law.
- Navigating Appeals: Gain insights into the appeal process and effectively represent your clients' interests in hearings and appeals.
Who Should Attend:
This program is open to attorneys at all levels of experience. Whether you're an established attorney seeking to expand your expertise or a new practitioner looking to build a strong foundation in New York Unemployment Insurance Law, this program is tailored to your needs.
By attending this program, you will:
- Gain a solid understanding of New York Unemployment Insurance Law.
- Be better equipped to advocate for the rights and benefits of underrepresented groups.
- Enhance your ability to provide equitable representation to clients from diverse backgrounds.
- Navigate the complexities of unemployment insurance appeals with confidence.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to enhance your legal practice, champion social equity, and ensure that underrepresented groups receive the representation they deserve under New York Unemployment Insurance Law. Register today to secure your place and make a meaningful impact as an attorney in this vital field of law.
- November 15, 2023
- 12:00 PM
- 1:00 PM
- Virtual Participation
- Tori Roseman, Esq., Volunteers of Legal Service
- Leslie C. Treff, Esq., Law Office of Leslie Treff
- LGBTQ Law Section
- Labor & Employment Law Section
- Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Committee on Continuing Legal Education