Clean Slate Training (Mechanicsburg, Simulcast and Webcast)
- 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
- Eastern Time (US & Canada)
- By: Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Pennsylvania Bar Association Pro Bono Office
Pennsylvania Bar Institute
- Criminal Records
The Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) will be holding a CLE training program on the Clean Slate Law on March 13, 2019 at PBI Headquarters in Mechanicsburg. The program will also be simulcast to various locations across the Commonwealth, as well as being available via webcast.
This program is designed to prepare volunteer attorneys to participating in the Clean Slate Review Pro Bono Project. This pro bono project has been created to provide information and advice to people who may benefit from the new law.
Attorney volunteers will review the Pennsylvania criminal record of applicants under the program and advise them whether their record qualifies for sealing under the law and what steps need to be taken to start the sealing process. Volunteers can sign up for the program by CLICKING HERE.
For more information on the new Clean Slate Law visit www.MyCleanSlatePA.com.
- Regular: $149.00
- New Attorney: $75.00
About the Program
New Clean Slate legislation has recently been signed into law in Pennsylvania that allows for individuals to petition the courts to have their criminal records sealed if the person has been free from conviction for 10 years for an offense that resulted in a year or more in prison and has paid all court-ordered financial debts.
Additionally, the new law allows automatic sealing of records for second or third-degree misdemeanor offenses that included a less than two-year prison sentence if a person has been free from convictions for 10 years, as well as sealing of criminal history records related to charges that resulted in non-convictions.
Training participants will learn all about Pennsylvania's New Clean Slate Program:
- What can be expunged?
- What can be sealed?
- Will sealing happen automatically?
- Is there a waiting period before filing?
- Learn how Clean Slate changes the current process
For additional information please contact David Trevaskis, PA Bar Association Pro Bono Coordinator, at email@example.com or 800-932-0311 Ext 2571.
Bar Association of Lehigh County
1114 Walnut Street, Allentown PA, 18102
Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8 - Altoona Executive Office
4500 6th Ave., Altoona PA, 16602
Centre County Bar Association
Eugene Lederer Bar Center, 192 Match Factory Place, Bellefonte PA, 16823
Butler County Bar Association
240 S. Main Street, Butler PA, 16001
Franklin County Bar Association
100 Lincoln Way East Ste E, Chambersburg PA, 17201-2291
Westmoreland Intermediate Unit 7
102 Equity Drive, Greensburg PA, 15601
Wayne County Bar Association
Pro Bono Office, 922 Church St., 2nd Flr., Honesdale PA, 18431
University of Pittsburgh - Johnstown - Living/Learning Cntr
450 Schoolhouse Rd., Johnstown PA, 15904
Lebanon County Bar Association
547 South Tenth St., Lower Level, Lebanon PA, 17042
20 Straughn Drive, Mansfield PA, 16933
Economic Progress Alliance Conf. Ctr. - William J. Douglass Jr. Corp. Conf. Center.
764 Bessemer Street, Ste. 101, Meadville PA, 16335
Lawrence County Bar Association
430 Court Street, 3rd Floor, New Castle PA, 16101
The CLE Conference Center
Wanamaker Building, 10th Floor, Suite 1010, Philadelphia PA, 19107
PBI Professional Development Center
Heinz 57 Center, 339 Sixth Avenue, 7th Fl., Pittsburgh PA, 15222
LaSalle University Montgomery County Center
220 West Germantown Pike, Ste. 100, Back of the Victory Bldg., Plymouth Meeting PA, 19462
Lackawanna County Bar Association
233 Penn Ave., Scranton PA, 18503
Penn State University Fayette Campus - Eberly Corporate Training Center
Route 119 North, Uniontown PA, 15401
Warren Library Association
205 Market St., Warren PA, 16365
Chester County Bar Association
15 W Gay Street, 2nd Floor, West Chester PA, 19380
Lane's Lane (off N. Main St.), Sheehy-Farmer Campus Ctr., Wilkes-Barre PA, 18711
York County Bar Center
137 E. Market Street, York PA, 17401
- CLE Credit Comments:
One (1.0) Substantive Law CLE Credit and One (1.0) Ethics CLE Credit.
Attendance at this event via webcast is categorized as "distance learning" by the PA CLE Board. Under current rules, lawyers have the option of completing six (6) hours per compliance year of distance learning by participating in pre-approved, interactive, Internet or computer based CLE programs. More information on distance learning CLE credit.
Pennsylvania Bar Institute800-932-4637
- Website: www.pbi.org
- Attachment(s): Clean_Slate_CLE_-_March_13.pdf