Join VEBA volunteers for a new way of working with the trans community in coordination with Equality Virginia's annual Transgender Information and Empowerment Summit (TIES)!
This year, the TIES conference and VEBA's accompanying legal clinic will be entirely virtual.
The clinic will assist clients with name change applications, administrative and judicial petitions for gender marker changes, birth certificate corrections, DMV and social security record updates, DD214 updates (military discharge records), and answering related legal questions.
The training webinar, with two hours of anticipated interactive MCLE credit, will be on Saturday October 17 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Video replays with no CLE credit will be available online for those who are unable to participate in the interactive webinar. Due to changes in Virginia law, all registrants are required to watch the webinar.
Attorneys will work with their clients on the attorney's schedule over the following two weeks. Additional details about clinic operations will be in the training, as well as the confirmation and reminder emails. The target date for the close of the virtual clinic is Monday November 2, 2020.
Sponsored in part by Williams Mullen and BaryLaw.
For more information about the larger TIES event and other programming, click here.
Reviews from previous CLEs/Clinics:
"Thank you SO MUCH for these clinics. I'm proud of the VEBA and the wonderful work we do to help trans and non-binary folks navigate the paperwork minefield." --Law Student, 2018
"I learned so much and had such a great, meaningful experience--thank you for doing this!!" --Lawyer, 2017
"Thank you for your part in putting on such a fantastic clinic." --Law Student, 2017
"This continues to be one of my favorite clinics. Thanks!" -- Attorney, 2018
What clients say:
"I am very appreciative that this service exists."
"It was wonderful to have this service available to us! Hats off to all of the volunteers!"
“The legal clinic was a godsend. I didn't know what to expect and I was blown away. I left with an exact list of what and when I needed to get things done to do a name and gender change for my teen.”