Be sure to join us for our Mental Health and the Law CLE on Friday, March 25, 2022 from 9 am - 4 pm in the GJAC Auditorium and Breezeway.
You will receive 6 CLE credits for your attendance. Remember, the deadline to have your Georgia Bar CLE requirements complete is March 31, 2022. This is a great way to get in those last few hours that you need!
Our panel of speakers will cover a wide range of topics relating to mental health and the law.
The Involuntary Commitment Process
Judge Sandra Pak, Probate Court of Gwinnett County
& Amanda Brown, LCSW, Metta Johnson & Associates
Georgia Psychiatric Advance Directive
Daniel Munster, Daniel D. Munster P.C.
Mental Health Community Resources
Pastor Paul Turner, Senior Pastor, Gentle Spirit Christian Church
& Susan Walker Goico, Director, Disability Integration Project, Atlanta Legal Aid
Co-Responder Programs in a Nutshell:
When a Client with Mental Illness Enters the Criminal Court System
Officer Jacob Baird, Lawrenceville Police Department and
& Pej Mahdavi, LCSW, Director IOS, View Point Health
The Ethics of Representing a Person with Mental Illness
and of Representing Clients Against a Person with Mental Illness
Leah Burgess, State Bar of Georgia
Behavioral Health Issues in State Court
Chief Judge Pamela South
& Judge Veronica Cope, Gwinnett County State Court
Guardianship and Conservatorship and Mental Health
Mental Health Court & Accountability Courts
Priscilla Daniels, Director of Gwinnett Accountability Courts
Danielle Carico, View Point Health
Chris Sconiers, Assistant Director of Gwinnett Acountability Courts
The cost is $200/GCBA members and $350/non-members. Lunch is provided by the Gwinnett County Clerk's Office. Thank you for your continued support of GCBA!
Click here to register for the Mental Health and the Law CLE.
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