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Michele LaVigne presented "Understanding your clients' language deficits" and "All that jazz: The importance of evidentiary foundations" at the Phoenix office of the Federal Public Defender of Arizona in May. The presentations were for Federal Defender staff and Criminal Justice Act panel attorneys. Video of the presentations will be shown for attorneys and staff in the Yuma, Tuscon and Flagstaff Federal Defender offices.

In May, Jonathan Scharrer presented "All Roads Lead to Rome: Paths to Advancing and Teaching Social Justice" at the 2017 AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education.

In May, Gretchen Viney presented "Serving as Guardian ad Litem in Divorce Actions" at Guardian ad Litem Training 2017, sponsored by Pinnacle Seminars for the State Bar of Wisconsin.

Bill Whitford presented "Political Gerrymandering: Wisconsin is Ground Zero" at the 2017 Come Together Conference, "Empowering Lawyers and Activists with Tools for Change," held in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

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