Even with progressive anti-discrimination policies in place, transgender and gender diverse people continue to encounter regular barriers when trying to amend their identity documents, accessing housing, and receiving adequate healthcare. In the constant changing climate of election season, protections and policies are continually being updated and challenged, making it even harder for the transgender community to get accurate representation and assistance.
Please join Ingersoll Gender Center, co-hosts Lavender Rights Project and Legal Voice, and guest attorneys Dana Savage and Adrien Leavitt as we provide an introduction to trans cultural humility concepts, an overview of common legal barriers encountered by our communities, and how attorneys can better represent and support gender diverse clients and co-workers. There will be a Q&A session to conclude the presentation.
This is a free training opportunity for those in the legal profession that are interested in learning how they can better serve their trans and gender diverse clients. Space is limited to 30 individuals so please do not register more than one representative from each practice or organization. Lunch will be provided for all attendants.
CLE credits are available for this training.
You can RSVP here. Due to demand completing the RSVP form will not guarantee you a spot in the training. We will follow up directly with you to confirm your registration. If we’re unable to accommodate you this time around please take a look at the training and technical assistance program online here and reach out to Ingersoll Gender Center via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on different opportunities.
If you have any questions about this training opportunity please contact Ingersoll’s Program Manager, Alphonse, via email at email@example.com.
This training is a part of Ingersoll’s programming for Trans Awareness Week 2018. Please take a look at their calendar here for details on other events they are hosting.