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Training Sessions

Domestic Violence Project Training

Representing Survivors of Family Violence in Protective Order Hearings. AVLF invites you to join our dynamic Domestic Violence Project training so that you can take part in representing survivors of intimate partner violence.

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Eviction Defense Program

AVLF provides specialized trainings on dispossessory law and process that include a morning substantive training with experienced practitioners and current volunteers and a guided afternoon observation of a dispossessory calendar, complete with approved observation of the Court’s formal mediation program and a private meeting with a dispossessory court Judge.

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Saturday Lawyer Program

While the Saturday Lawyer Program does conduct a substantive training annually during the Atlanta Bar Association’s Pro Bono March Madness, which volunteers are encouraged to attend, no training is required in order to start volunteering with the program. The program is set up to train and support volunteers during and after their chosen Saturday(s). 

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Low-Income Creditor Assistance Project (LICAP)

Currently, LICAP draws volunteers from the membership of the Bankruptcy Section of the Atlanta Bar Association, our partner in launching this program, but any interested and qualified attorney is encouraged to get involved. AVLF does not provide training in this area, as volunteers are required to already have bankruptcy experience. 

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Dollars for Judgments Program

AVLF does not provide training in this area, as volunteers are required to already have collection experience. AVLF does, however, provide an extensive level of support to Dollars for Judgments volunteer attorneys.

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