NCLC conducts trainings for attorneys, advocates, and policymakers. Our workshops are in-depth and provide detailed training materials and resource guides.
Consulting Services. As resources permit, NCLC offers on-going technical assistance and support to advocates for domestic violence survivors. Our experts keep up with the latest developments in consumer law and can help advocates respond to the most current abuses. For more information contact NCLC at (617) 542-8010.
David Godfrey (American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging), Donald M. Saunders (National Legal Aid and Defender Association), Fay Gordon (Grassroots & Public Policy) Brian W. Lindberg, (National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys)
Robert Hobbs (NCLC)
Carol Crecy (Administration On Aging), Barbara Dieker (Administration On Aging), Valerie Soroka (Administration On Aging), Margaret Schaefer (Legal Aid of Nebraska)
Urvi Neelakantan (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond), Martin Schwartz (Vehicles for Change), Evelyn Blumenberg ((UCLA), John Van Alst (NCLC)
Mark H. Steinbach (O'Toole, Rothwell, Nassau & Steinbach), John Van Alst (NCLC), Mary C. Lobdell (Consumer Protection Division – WA AG’s Office)
Chris Kukla (CRL), John Van Alst, Stuart Rossman (NCLC)
Leah Plunkett (NCLC), Sarah Mattson (NewHampshire Legal Assistance), Leslie Parrish (Center for Responsible Lending), Jay Speer (Virginia Poverty Law Center)