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Friday, May 10 • 10:15am - 11:45am
Creating and Managing Successful Eviction Diversion Programs

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Legal Service Managers and Law School Clinic partners from Michigan and North Carolina will describe working models of Eviction Diversion programs and offer a road map to designing and managing programs that will function well in any type of legal and community environment.


Peter Gilbert

Supervising Attorney, Legal Aid of North Carolina, Inc.
Peter Gilbert supervises the housing unit in the Durham Office of Legal Aid of North Carolina and the Eviction Diversion Program. He was graduated from the UNC School of Law in 2009 and Yale University in 2003. Prior to coming to Legal Aid in 2014, he worked for the UNC Center for... Read More →

Elizabeth Rios

Managing Attorney, Michigan Advocacy Program, LSSCM
Liza is the Managing Attorney for the Lansing Office of Legal Services of South Central Michigan and has been with the program for 10 years, specializing in housing law. Liza graduated from The University of Michigan with a BA in political science in 2001 and received her J.D. from... Read More →

Donald Roberts

Managing Attorney, Legal Aid of Western Michigan
Donald Roberts is a graduate of Western Michigan University and the Detroit College of Law (Michigan State University College of Law) with over thirty years of experience as a community lawyer. Mr. Roberts"™ practice concentrates on poverty law with an emphasis on litigation in... Read More →

Friday May 10, 2019 10:15am - 11:45am EDT