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A tool to assist consumer lawyers in determining who, among their clients, is a survivor of domestic violence in order to enhance legal representation and advocacy.
A tool to provide a starting point for attorneys and advocates interested in enhancing their consumer rights advocacy, with self-reflection questions, suggested protocols and strategies, and additional resources
Brochure for survivors of domestic violence, includes information on how to repair one’s credit report and adding positive information to one’s credit report.
As a part of the Obama Administration’s 2012 Equal Futures Partnership, CSAJ hosted a webinar on new guidelines regarding employment and domestic violence.
A webinar on advocacy strategies to prevent foreclosure, including unique issues for survivors and strategies for coordinating with DV and/or foreclosure attorneys
Battered Women’s Justice Project advocacy tips handout – June 2004
Supplemental Material for CSAJ’s July 23 2009 Teleconference
Enhancing Advocacy for Domestic Violence Survivors by Coordinating Domestic Relations and Foreclosure Cases
Presentation slides for CSAJ teleconference, Accessing economic justice for survivors in family law cases
Presentation slides for CSAJ teleconference, Budgeting and debt prioritization – 2010