Legal Aid Society of Orange County presents:
Let’s Talk About:
How to best present your request for a
Domestic Violence Restraining Order
Sometimes it seems that every other client has the need for a domestic violence restraining order, and no doubt you have some special language that you use in an application to spur the court to grant the order, but what happens when you appear at the hearing. Come to hear an experienced attorney give some tips on how to effectively present and win the case!
Speaker will be author and attorney Faith Nouri
Ms. Faith Nouri is both an attorney at law in California and a Barrister & Solicitor in British Columbia, Canada. She is the past Chair of the Immigration Section of the L.A. County Bar Association (LACBA) for 2005-2006 and Chair of National Security Exit and Entry System (NSEERS) Standing Committee of the Immigration Section of LACBA from 2002 to 2008. Ms. Nouri acted as a member of the liaison committees with the Citizenship and Immigration Service Bureau (CIS) and Executive Office of the Immigration Review/Immigration Court (EOIR). Ms. Nouri is a member of the Immigration Fraud Task Force. Ms. Nouri is Certified as a Family Law Specialist by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization. Additionally, Ms. Nouri has been a member of the Legislative Standing Committee for the L.A. County Bar Association, Family Section since 2011. Ms. Nouri completed her Mediation training from Pepperdine University, Strauss Institute Dispute Resolution Ms. Nouri has received training in Collaborative Law from the Collaborative Divorce Team Training by the Collaborative Divorce Institute of Phoenix, Arizona.
Introduced by Commissioner Richard G. Vogl (Ret.)
(“Let’s Talk” is a series of classes sponsored by the Legal Aid Society of Orange County and led by Commissioner Vogl. This series covers a variety of court issues and is for MCLE credit for lawyers, paralegals, and office staff.)
April 21, 2015
1 hour MCLE
12:15 PM to 1:15 PM
Location: 2101 North Tustin Avenue, Santa Ana
Bring your lunch and questions!
Cost: $25 -or-
Volunteer in LASOC’s Family Law Clinic -or-
Accept a pro bono case with one of LASOC’s clients.
Law students admitted without charge
Register now while space is still available.
Legal Aid Society of Orange County
714-571-5204 office * 714-571-5188 FAX
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