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Unauthorized Practice of Law
Published by Texas Council on Family Violence



Summary
Legal advocates at family violence programs are required to maintain knowledge about the legal system to provide effective advocacy for their clients. However, care must be taken so that such advocacy does not become or appear to be legal advice, which could affect community support and collaboration, or even result in charges of unauthorized practice of law.

Presenters
Tracy Grinstead-Everly, JD
Public Policy Manager - Texas Council on Family Violence
Tracy Grinstead-Everly, JD is a Public Policy Manager with the Texas Council on Family Violence, dedicated to the development and promotion of effective laws and policies that expand legal options for survivors of family violence. She has been passionately advocating for survivors for over 20 years in many capacities, including as a hotline advocate; trainer and educator; legislative and systems advocate; and as civil legal counsel for victims.
Originally Published
March 13, 2013

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Unauthorized Practice of Law - Video
  2. Unauthorized Practice of Law - Audio
  3. Unauthorized Practice of Law - Paper

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Credit
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This program has been approved for or is pending credit for:
LMFT, LPC, SW


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