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Bienvenidos a  American Bar Association, la  más grande asociación de voluntarios en el mundo. Con cerca de 400.000 miembros, ABA provee acreditación para escuelas de leyes, educación legal continuada, información respecto de la ley, programas para asistir a abogados y jueces en su trabajo, e iniciativas para mejorar el sistema legal público.


La misión de ABA: Servimos de manera igualitaria a nuestros miembros, nuestros profesionales y al público defendiendo la libertad hacienda justicia, como el representante de la profesión de los abogados.

 


COMISIÓN SOBRE LA VIOLENCIA DOMESTICA


La ABA, Commission on Domestic Violence,  provee un servicio para practicantes legales y personas dedicadas a asistir a quienes se ven envueltos en  violencia doméstica, quienes pueden encontrar información de utilidad  y las estadísticas que ofrece para ser usadas en la corte.


No intentamos hacer un listado amplio de las investigaciones en el área de violencia doméstica.


Los emails electrónicos que aquí mostramos tienen la intención de compartir experiencias y ayudar a las victimas de violencia doméstica y el escritor del email electrónico debe estar consiente de que este será expuesto al público.

Los miembros de la Comisión en asociación con el Departamento de Justicia de U.S y agencias en todo el país poseen una excepcional practica de conocimientos y entrenamiento en representación de víctimas de violencia domestica, asalto sexual y acoso.

 

Comprehensive Tool for Lawyers in Spotting Domestic & Sexual Violence Released by the American Bar Association

 

WASHINGTON, D.C., – The American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence has released “Comprehensive Issue Spotting:  A Tool for Civil Attorneys Representing Victims of Domestic and Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking,” a client-centered resource to help lawyers new to representing victims of these crimes provide knowledgeable assistance to their clients.

In the U.S., access to legal services is identified as one of the most effective tools for the estimated 1.5 million victims of these crimes each year.  “Comprehensive Issue Spotting” will enable lawyers to identify and become familiar with the wide-range of legal issues facing victims, and provide well-informed legal advice and referrals.

The guide takes a two-pronged approach in addressing such critical areas as protection orders, child custody, immigration, employment and housing.  First, it provides a list of questions that lawyers can use to gather information from their clients.  For example, with respect to criminal matters, “Did the client report the violence to law enforcement?” and relative to immigration issues, “What is the immigration status of the offender?” The second part of the guide identifies the type of help that victims need and asks lawyers to research and list the local resources for their clients.  In criminal matters, that may be having the name of the local victim services contact at the prosecutor’s office; and as to immigration — “What is the local community-based immigration agency?”

“Too often, a victim of a domestic violence situation or stalking is treated for one part of the problem, without real acknowledgement and understanding of all of the issues surrounding the abuse.  This comprehensive issue-spotting tool will help lawyers respond to victims holistically, and will help ensure that lawyers have information about additional resources to help victims become safe,” said Judge Pamila Brown, chair of the commission.

The ABA Commission on Domestic Violence developed the tool in partnership with the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women, National District Attorneys Association and the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.

Copies of the tool are  available electronically via download from the commission’s Web site athttp://www.abanet.org/domviol/pdfs/Issue_Spotting_FINAL.pdf.

Founded in 1994, the ABA Commission on Domestic Violence has a mission to increase access to justice and safety for victims of domestic violence by mobilizing the legal profession.

With more than 413,000 members, the American Bar Association is the largest voluntary professional membership organization in the world.  As the national voice of the legal profession, the ABA works to improve the administration of justice, promotes programs that assist lawyers and judges in their work, accredits law schools, provides continuing legal education, and works to build public understanding around the world of the importance of the rule of law.

 

 

 

ABA – American Bar Association


Welcome to the American Bar Association, the largest voluntary professional association in the world.  With nearly 400,000 members, the ABA provides law school accreditation, continuing legal education, information about the law, programs to assist  lawyers and judges in their work, and initiatives to improve the legal system for the public.


Mission: To serve equally our members, our profession and the public by defending liberty and delivering justice, as the national representative of the legal profession.

 

COMMISSION ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

 

The ABA Commission on Domestic Violence is provided as a service for legal practitioners and advocates who may find it useful to include current statistical data in their arguments to the court.  It is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of research in the area of domestic violence.


The electronic  emails that we show here have the intention to share experience and  help the victims of  domestic violence and the writer of the electronic  email must be made  aware that we exposed them to the public.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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