Suspension Representation Project (SRP): First New-Advocate Training on September 13

Please join Suspension Representation Project for our first new-advocate training session of the year!

Friday, September 13th, from 2:00–5:30 p.m.

Vanderbilt Hall, Room 204

Pizza Provided

Suspension Representation Project (SRP) is an advocacy group based out of New York University School of Law that trains law students to represent public-school students in suspension hearings. 

SRP’s mission is to safeguard the right to public education by providing high-quality advocacy services to New York City public school students facing suspension. SRP advocates develop meaningful legal skills—including interviewing clients and conducting direct- and cross-examinations—and SRP’s clients gain valuable assistance and support.

All new advocates must attend an advocate-training session before they are eligible to take a case. If you aren’t able to make it, SRP will hold additional trainings at SRP-chapter law schools later in September. Add your name to our mailing list to learn about SRP events and trainings!

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