National Tribal Trial College (NTTC)
Southwest Center for Law and Policy provides free legal training on domestic and sexual violence, stalking, abuse of persons with disabilities, federal firearms violations, and elder abuse through the National Tribal Trial College (NTTC). Free, interactive, skills based legal training at the NTTC is held at locations across the country for criminal and civil justice professionals, courts, law enforcement, healthcare providers, advocates and allied professionals. All courses are taught by Indian Country experts on the effective litigation and investigation of violence committed against American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) women. Participants learn important legal skills in small, discipline specific groups to advance safety and justice for American Indian/Alaska Native victims. Free Continuing Legal Education, Law Enforcement Training Units, CEUs, and CMEs are available. Priority for enrollment in the free, 2 day, interactive courses is given to Office on Violence Against Women grantees.
Upcoming Free Legal Training Institutes (NTTC)
- Legal and Victim Advocacy for Special Needs American Indian/Alaska Native Victims of Sexual Violence: (scheduled for December 2015 in Palm Springs, CA)
2016 NTTC Wisconsin Flyer (PDF)
2016 NTTC Course Application Deadline February 10, 2016!
For more information contact:
(520) 623-8192 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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