This two-part module is intended for domestic violence advocates whose primary roles are legal advocacy. Legal advocates emerged to address barriers within legal systems, to help domestic violence survivors navigate legal processes more successfully and to empower survivors through information. Part two of the Legal Advocacy module focuses on the types of TPOs in Georgia, the process for obtaining a TPO, and the legal advocate’s role throughout; common intersecting court cases, unique considerations and protections when working with immigrant survivors, and the importance of relationship-building and collaboration as a legal advocate.
Continuing Education Hours: 1.5
This e-learning module as been approved for 1.5 continuing education hours for domestic violence advocates by the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.
This e-learning module is intended for domestic violence advocates who engage in legal advocacy to improve systems navigation for survivors involved in civil and/or criminal processes.