Other Training - Not Sponsored by the IPAC

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WEBINAR

November 2017

CLE • Cannabis: What Lawyers Should Know
About Cannabis Legalization

November 13
2-5:15 p.m. EST

The first hour of the course will explore the history of cannabis use and prohibition from its early uses in medicine to the recent election and beyond with a focus on the political, business and legal issues around cannabis prohibition. The second hour will explore Federal issues effecting cannabis, including tax, banking and fund raising. The third hour will focus on practice tips including the interplay between federal, state and local laws. This will include a half hour on ethical issues that arise in cannabis practice in all states. Tuition: $210

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INDIANA

April 2018

Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy

April 9-26

Southern Indiana location TBD

The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault and the Domestic Violence Network have partnered to create the Indiana Victim Assistance Training Project. The Project’s mission is to develop and provide a comprehensive, accessible, diverse and affordable training series that is available to all professionals who serve victims of crime in Indiana.

The Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy is an entry level training that takes place over three weeks and provides 40 hours of content through webinar and classroom attendance. It is open free of charge to anyone who provides direct services to victims of crime and has held that role for less than three years.

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June 2018

Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy

April 9-26

Northern Indiana location TBD

The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault and the Domestic Violence Network have partnered to create the Indiana Victim Assistance Training Project. The Project’s mission is to develop and provide a comprehensive, accessible, diverse and affordable training series that is available to all professionals who serve victims of crime in Indiana.

The Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy is an entry level training that takes place over three weeks and provides 40 hours of content through webinar and classroom attendance. It is open free of charge to anyone who provides direct services to victims of crime and has held that role for less than three years.

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updated 10/23/2017