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What Social Work Administrators Need to Know about the Law to Protect Themselves and their Agencies
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When: Monday, February 29, 2016
6:30 pm- 8:30 pm
Where: NASW Chapter Office
50 Broadway
Suite 1001
New York, New York  10004
United States
Presenter: Laurel W. Eisner, MSW, JD

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What Social Work Administrators Need to Know about the Law to Protect Themselves, their Agencies and their Clients Against Legal Trouble, Legal Liability and the Financial Consequences

This 2-hour workshop will cover key federal, state and city laws that govern nonprofit agencies in New York State, the risks and potential costs of violating them, the impact of  negligence, fraud or illegality on agencies, boards of directors and individual employees, and where and how to find free or low cost legal help.

At the end of this workshop, attendees will:

  • Have basic knowledge on key areas of federal, state and city law governing nonprofit agencies.
  • Understand how to obtain further information about each topic in the workshop. 
  • Recognize how and where to seek legal advice regarding the areas reviewed.

Presenter Information:

Laurel W. Eisner, MSW, JD, is an adjunct Instructor in Organizational Leadership and Management at Hunter School of Social Work. She is the former Executive Director of Sanctuary for Families, the former General Counsel of New York City Public Advocate Mark Green, and the former Assistant Attorney General of the State of New York.

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