Hope to See You at the NLADA Annual Conference
In Los Angeles!

On November 6 through 8, 2013, Ken Smith of The Resource will be presenting two conference sessions as well as staffing an exhibit table to listen and learn about people's work and discuss how we are applying economic impact analysis, evaluation, legal needs studies, benchmarking, statistical analysis and other powerful tools to improve and to market civil justice programs throughout North America.

The Resource's Ken Smith Will Lead the Following Workshops:



Outcomes, Economic Impacts, and Raising Money: How Numbers and Narratives Can Be Used to Strengthen Your Program and Generate More Resources. Presenting with Ken on November 7 at 3:30 p.m. will be: Barbara Finkelstein, Executive Director of Legal Services of the Hudson Valley (NY); Jaclyn Piñero, Director of Grants & Contracts, Bay Area Legal Aid, (CA); and Tony White, Director of Information Technology, also Bay Area Legal Aid (CA).

Not only are funders requiring outcomes-based evaluation, but program innovators are using the resulting data to document their programs’ economic and societal impacts and cultivate new funding streams. This session will explore the links between case data, outcome measures, and resource development.

The Economic Impacts of Family Law: How Preventing Domestic Violence and Promoting Economic Independence Benefit the Entire Community. Presenting with Ken on November 8 at 10:30 a.m. will be: Bonnie Hough, Managing Attorney for the California Administrative Office of the Court's (AOC) Center for Families, Children & the Courts; and Kristine Cirby, Legal Director for the Family and Children’s Law Center, San Raphael, CA.

This session will address: 1) What dollar impacts and cost savings are generated by Family Law programs? 2) How can we quantify those outcomes? and 3) How can we apply this data to make a more compelling case for expanded funding for this critical work?

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Further Information:

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