Social Welfare Advocacy Strategies: Lessons Learned in Vario

New York City Bar
Virtual
Social Welfare Advocacy Strategies: Lessons Learned in Various Mayoral Administrations
Thursday, June 23, 2022 | 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
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Program Fee: 
Members Free | Non-Members $15

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Description:
A panel discussion focusing on various advocacy strategies used with and against various mayoral administrations over the past few decades. Panelists will be invited to share the strategies and tactics used to accomplish advocacy goals in various local political climates—for example, litigation in state and federal court, or attempts at more informal grass roots advocacy. The panel will provide an opportunity for attorneys and advocates to learn about different forms of advocacy, when they are best used, and how to adjust tactics and strategies in a shifting political landscape. The panelists will speak from their experiences advocating in the social welfare and government benefits space, but the lessons learned by the panelists are applicable in a variety of subject matter contexts.

Moderator:
Katharine Deabler-Meadows
, Chair, Social Welfare Law Committee

Panelists:

Joshua Goldfein, Legal Aid Society
Celina Trowell, VOCAL NY
Jack Newton, Legal Services of NYC

Sponsoring Committee:
Social Welfare Law, Katharine Deabler-Meadows, Chair
 


Where
Online Event

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