Law School | Room 2M-08 | Second Fl.
Public Interest Center and the Public Interest Law Students
Association invite all St. John's Law students to attend a:
Courtroom Advocates Program (CAP) Training
The Courtroom Advocates Project (CAP), in affiliation with
Sanctuary for Families, trains and mentors law school students not
yet admitted to the bar to advocate for domestic violence victims
when they first enter family court seeking orders of
Working in court, CAP student volunteers educate victims about
available remedies, assist them with safety planning, help them
draft petitions, and advocate on their behalf before judges. CAP
staff attorneys supervise the student volunteers, and assume
representation of cases that are too complex for student
Through your work with CAP, you will have an opportunity to
improve the response of New York City's criminal justice system to
domestic violence victims, while earning hours towards fulfilling
your pro bono requirement for admission to the NYS
Friday, September 13, 2013
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
School of Law | Room 2M-08 | Second Floor
To attend the Cap training on September 13, 2013, please register
on the CAP TWEN page.
Priyanka Mukerjea | firstname.lastname@example.org