How Language Helps Shape Our Response to Gender-Based Violence
Thursday, May 30, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
***Please note: Due to the overwhelming response to this workshop, we have moved this event to a larger space. The workshop will now be held in the Moot Courtroom at Albany Law School. Free on-campus parking will still be provided.***
This free and interactive session will explore the language of domestic violence and sexual assault: how we talk and write about these crimes. The workshop will discuss examples of the language often used and explore how to discuss domestic violence and sexual assault in a way that more accurately depicts the crime.
Claudia J. Bayliff. Esq.
Project Attorney for Legal Momentum's
National Judicial Education Program
This training is ideal for anyone who work with or talks about issues related to domestic and sexual violence including: advocates, judges, civil and criminal attorneys, law enforcement, college administrators, communication officers, SANE personnel, clergy, journalists, and other interested professionals and community members.
Two FREE CLE credits will be offered for attending this workshop.
- Free on campus parking
- Please register early - space is limited.
Directions to Albany Law School: http://www.albanylaw.edu/about/Pages/Directions-to-campus.aspx#b1928
SPONSORED BY: NYS Unified Court System, Center for Court Innovation, Legal Momentum, Albany County Coalition Against Domestic Abuse (ACCADA), The Albany County Bar Association, The Gender Fairness Committee of the Third Judicial District , The Capital District Women's Bar Association, Interrupting Oppression, The College of Saint Rose, and Albany Law School.
This training was supported by Grant No. 2008-TA-AX-K051 and Grant No. 2012-WC-AX-0003, awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed in this program are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.