Mental Health Law Symposium
The Mental Health Law Symposium is the seventh annual symposium hosted by The Arkansas Journal of Social Change. In partnership with the Bowen Public Interest Law Society the event will showcase perspectives from different practitioners working closely with issues of mental health in the legal system. The speakers will be sharing their experiences interacting with clients as well as educating attendees of ways in which to offer effective representation and be the best advocate for their client. The speakers will address their individual challenges and barriers they face in the criminal justice system and civil litigation within Arkansas, with a focus on policies and practices that can be altered to better help clients affected by these issues.
Date: April 6th, 2019
Time: 9AM – 5PM (Breakfast will be open at 8 am, a reception will follow the event starting at 5PM)
Location: UA Little Rock’s Bowen School of Law, Friday Courtroom |1201 McMath Avenue Little Rock, AR 72202