ON DEMAND: MCLE: Volunteer Training: Assisting With Expungements

Class recorded October 26, 2021

A record expungement allows individuals to dismiss misdemeanor criminal convictions, so they can seek jobs, engage in volunteer activities and pursue other opportunities. Learn to assist community members with the expungement process and get inspired to volunteer at a future clinic.

 Class covers:

  • Overview of the expungement process from the attorney’s perspective
  • Overview of the volunteer roles and responsibilities
  • The court forms needed to file for an expungement
  • How to accurately complete the forms

Earn 1.0 hour general California participatory MCLE credit

Presented by:  Raul Galan, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA)

Registration Fee: Registration for this public interest MCLE is FREE through the generosity of the Estate of Joan Lavine.

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