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MLRI: Unemployment Insurance

Basic Public Benefits Advocacy Training

  • Product Number: 2210098WBC
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    Unemployment insurance (UI) is a critical safety net during periods of joblessness. This seminar provides you with the expertise you need to understand the UI system and to help your clients get the UI benefits to which they are legally entitled. Our expert panel guides you through the entire UI system from eligibility criteria to the appeals process. (Unemployed workers often cannot afford to retain professional services in pursuing their claims, so if you are a non-legal services attorney, you can register to assist someone in need of help, and in doing so, qualify for reduced tuition.) Training materials include the Unemployment Advocacy Guide: An Advocate's Guide to Unemployment in Massachusetts.

    This training is co-sponsored by Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Greater Boston Legal Services, the Volunteer Lawyers Project, and the Labor and Employment Section of the Massachusetts Bar Association.

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    Alana Clark, Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association (VLP), Attleboro
    Stephanie Herron RIce, Esq., Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Boston
    Michael J. Morelli, Community Legal Aid / Berkshire County, Pittsfield
    Melissa A. Pomfred, Esq., Pomfred Law Offices, PLLC, Franklin
    Claudia Berenice Quintero, Esq., Central West Justice Center, Springfield
    Hannah Morgan Yasuko Tanabe, Esq., Greater Boston Legal Services, Boston
    Elizabeth A. Whiteway, Esq., Greater Boston Legal Services, Boston
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