June 13th Pro Bono Attorney: Criminal Record Advocacy Training from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
June 14th Service Providers/Advocate: Criminal Record Advocacy Training from 8:30 AM to 2:45 PM

Location: WSU Old Town, 238 N Mead Wichita, KS 67202
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The American Bar Association Survivor Reentry Project offers FREE trainings that will explore the impact of criminal records on trafficking survivors’ ability to move forward in their lives. Each training is intended for a specific audience.

Facilitators will take participants through survivors’ experience in the criminal legal system. The training will also explore Kansas law on vacating convictions and clearing criminal records for survivors, the legal steps required to vacate a conviction, and resources for obtaining criminal histories. Participants will learn about the Survivor Reentry Project’s resources for advocates and survivors and become connected to a national network of attorneys and non-lawyer advocates working on criminal legal issues for survivors.

Attorney CLEs pending. Light refreshments provided, lunch on your own.

Presented in partnership with the American Bar Association, WSU Center for Combating Human Trafficking, WSU School of Social Work, and Kansas Legal Services.

Kate Mogulescu Lead Attorney, Survivor Reentry Project & Assistant Professor of Clinical Law at Brooklyn Law School
Jessica Kitson, Esq. Managing Attorney at Volunteer Lawyers for Justice, New Jersey Human Trafficking Victims’ Legal Assistance Program
Katie Cronin, Pro Bono Manager at Stinson Leonard Street LLP, Kansas City
Dr. Karen Countryman-Roswurm Executive Director of the Wichita State Center for Combating Human Trafficking; Associate Professor WSU School of Social Work