ON DEMAND: MCLE: Representing Clients Across Cultural and Language Barriers

Class recorded October 27, 2022

As we say at LA Law Library, “Access to information is access to justice.” However, that justice can be impeded by a number of barriers, chief among them language and cultural differences. This class will explore the ways attorneys can effectively represent clients to help ensure access to justice despite language and cultural barriers. This class will be taught by attorneys with extensive experience serving Spanish-speaking and Mandarin-speaking clients.

MCLE Disclaimer: MCLE credit is only granted to attorneys licensed to practice law by the State Bar of California. Attorneys from other jurisdictions should contact their state bar to learn about credit reciprocity.

1.0 hour Elimination of Bias - Implicit Bias MCLE Credit

Presented by:

Miao Jin, Law Offices of Miao Jin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/miao-jin-65a67a36/)

John Kim, Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Southern California (https://archive.advancingjustice-la.org/)

Registration Fee: $20


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