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MIE National Conference for Legal Services Administrators

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MIE National Conference for Legal Services Administrators
January 8 and 9, 2019, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm each day

To be held in conjunction with the Legal Services Corporation's Innovations in Technology Conference, January 9, 10 & 11, 2019

THIS EVENT IS CURRENTLY FULL.
Please contact Erica M. Szuplat, MIE Administrative Assistant, emszuplat(at)mielegalaid.org to be placed on the wait list or with any questions. If you intended to register at the MIE Add-On rate and have already registered for LSC's ITC, please contact us.

 


This year’s MIE National Conference for Legal Services Administrators will cover these topics:

- Employment Law Update, focusing on FLSA/FLMA accommodations and New Rules- Speech, Social Media and the Workplace. 

- Rethinking Intake

- Procurement Polices, Bids & Contracts

- Medicare Questions, and changes in Health Benefits requirements

- Collective Bargaining Roundtable

- Administrators Roundtable
 

Join with us in these sessions which are also part of the LSC ITC:
 

Ensuring Justice in a World of Artificial Intelligence and High Tech Tools, with Virginia Eubanks, author of Automating Inequality: How High Tech Tools Profile, Police and Punish the Poor
Exciting new developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other technologies impact the delivery of civil legal aid to our client communities and require that we understand the practical impact of those tools on justice for poor and working-class people in the United States. Virginia Eubanks, author of Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police and Punish the Poor, will provide her findings from in-depth investigations into the Indiana welfare system, the Los Angeles homeless services system, and a Pennsylvania child welfare risk assessment system. This session will include a discussion about how our increasingly automated world affects our clients and advocacy.

 

Presenters:  Virginia Eubanks, Associate Professor of Political Science, University at Albany, SUNY, and author of Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor; Alex Gulotta, CEO, Komenge LLC; IV Ashton, President & Founder, LegalServer; Patricia Pap, Executive Director, Management Information Exchange, moderator.

 

Digital Data Retention and Destruction Policies
Legal aid case management systems store a significant amount of personal and confidential data from our clients, their family members, opposing parties, staff, and others. Risks associated with the data increase as the amount of data we collect grows. Does your organization have current policies regarding the retention and destruction of data? What precautions does your organization have in place to avoid losses that can occur due to hacking into the program's network, improper access to or loss of portable technology, or inappropriate use of the web or information by staff? The panelists will also discuss the ethics and e-discovery implications of not having appropriate data retention and destruction policies.

 

Presenters:  Christopher K. Ralston, Litigation Partner, Phelps Dunbar, New Orleans;  Sarterus Rowe, National Technology Assistance Project Coordinator, Northwest Justice Project, Seattle
 

Project Management for Legal Aid Leadership

As more legal service providers are prioritizing technology as a means towards achieving 100% access to justice, program managers and leaders without significant technology-related experience are designing, planning, and managing technology-related projects. While agile project management techniques are primarily used for highly technical projects, the general concepts can be very useful for program managers and leadership. This session will offer a practical guide to project management with an emphasis on how to apply agile project management structure to technology projects and day-to-day operations within an organization.

 

Presenters:  Lillian Moy, Executive Director, Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY; Anna Steele, Director of Consulting, Just-Tech, Boston, MA; Heidi Epsha-Golabek

 


Registration THIS EVENT IS CURRENTLY FULL. See above for more info.
Registration includes breakfast, lunch, and breaks.

MIE National Conference for Legal Services Administrators, Jan. 8 & 9
(this includes the option of MIE sessions or LSC ITC sessions on Jan. 9)
MIE subscribers: $450
non-subscribers: $550

If you have registered for LSC ITC,
ADD ON the MIE Legal Services Administrators Conference, Jan. 8 & 9

(this includes MIE sessions on Jan. 8 and the option of MIE sessions or LSC ITC sessions Jan. 9)
MIE subscribers: $225
non-subscribers: $325


 

Conference Location:
JW Marriott New Orleans
614 Canal St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
504-525-6500
Click Here to Reserve Your Room Online Now.

 

Register for the conference and reserve your room by December 24, 2018.
 


 

 

When
January 8th, 2019 8:00 AM   through   January 9th, 2019 5:00 PM
Location
614 Canal St.
New Orleans, LA 70310
United States
Contact
Phone: 505-525-6500
Event Fee(s)
Admin Conference MIE subscriber rate $ 450.00
Admin Conference non-subscriber rate $ 550.00
Add on Admin Conference MIE subscriber rate $ 225.00
Add on Admin Conference non-subscriber rate $ 325.00

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