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WIRED WORLD:

Domestic & Sexual Violence in a Digital Age

a one-day training offered in two locations

Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019, CrossPointe Conference Center, Christiansburg, VA
Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center, Abingdon, VA
Sponsored, in part, by The Virginia Law Foundation
Additional support provided In Memory of Anne Skewes
and by
The Honorable Elizabeth S. Wills & Wise County J&DR Court
The Honorable Maratha P. Ketron & Tazewell County J&DR Court
Presented by Southwest Virginia Legal Aid

The following credits were approved for WIRED WORLD: Domestic & Sexual Violence in a Digital Age:

Attorneys: 5.0 credit hours (excluding Keynote: Supporting and Empowering Victims Through Connection)

Clerks: 5 CLE credits approved

  • Please note that no expenses will be reimbursed for participation in this program unless attendees apply and are approved under the Tuition Reimbursement program.

Magistrates: 5 CLE credits approved

  • Please note that no expenses will be reimbursed for participation in this program unless attendees apply and are approved under the Tuition Reimbursement program.

Guardians ad Litem for children (GALs): 5.0 hours, as follows:

Keynote: Supporting and Empowering Victims Through Connection (1.25 hours)

The Use of Technology to Stalk (1.25 hours)

Breakout Session (1:30-2:45 p.m.): Technology isn’t the Problem: Abusive Behavior Is (1.25 hours)

Breakout Session (3:00-4:15 p.m.): Family and Faith: Facets of Culture in Rural Domestic Violence (1.25 hours)

Breakout Session (3:00-4:15 p.m.): Technology: Two Sides of the Same Coin (1.25 hours)

Law Enforcement professionals: PIC-3 credits are pending but not guaranteed.

Conference Program Brochure
includes Agenda, Session Descriptions, Speaker Bios, Registration Form 
Confirmed Registrants:
Please contact Sarah Angles for any materials for WIRED WORLD: Domestic & Sexual Violence in a Digital Age​