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Domestic Violence: Decoding Abuse across Cultures

Understanding the role of culture is critical in assisting survivors of domestic aubuse both inside and outside the courtroom. This presentation identifies these different forms of abuse, the barriers survivors often face when seeking assistance, how to dispel common myths attributed to survivors in a courtroom setting, and highlight new statutes and case law impacting survivors in a cross-cultural context.

 

1 hour MCLE Credit, including 1 hour Family Law Specialization Credit and 1 in Elimination of Bias

Panel 3 of the 6th Annual Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice Seminar (2018)

Domestic abuse is a public health and safety concern that continues to impact women, men, and children across all racial, religious, and societal groups. Yet, domestic abuse manifests differently across these groups. Understanding the role of culture is critical in assisting survivors both inside and outside the courtroom. This presentation identifies these different forms of abuse, the barriers survivors often face when seeking assistance, how to dispel common myths attributed to survivors in a courtroom setting, and highlight new statutes and case law impacting survivors in a cross-cultural context.

Speakers:  Hon. Mark A. Juhas, Judge LASC; Gitu Bhatia, Psy.D; Linda Bortell, Psy. D

Moderator: Shuray Ghorishi, Esq.

 This program is appropriate for all levels.

On Demand FA55183-191

Recorded 7/18

 

Panel 3 of the 6th Annual Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice Seminar (2018)

Domestic abuse is a public health and safety concern that continues to impact women, men, and children across all racial, religious, and societal groups. Yet, domestic abuse manifests differently across these groups. Understanding the role of culture is critical in assisting survivors both inside and outside the courtroom. This presentation identifies these different forms of abuse, the barriers survivors often face when seeking assistance, how to dispel common myths attributed to survivors in a courtroom setting, and highlight new statutes and case law impacting survivors in a cross-cultural context.

Speakers:  Hon. Mark A. Juhas, Judge LASC; Gitu Bhatia, Psy.D; Linda Bortell, Psy. D

Moderator: Shuray Ghorishi, Esq.

 This program is appropriate for all levels.

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRACTICE AREA Family Law
REQUIRED SUBJECTS Elimination of Bias
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRACTICE AREA Family Law
REQUIRED SUBJECTS Elimination of Bias