Anyone can be a victim of identity theft and/or fraud. In this webcast, panelists seek to help students learn how to better protect themselves from identity theft and fraud, as well as how to assist their future clients when and if they encounter ID theft/fraud issues
This panel discussion features:
NCVLI staff attorney Terry Campos
US Attorney Sean Hoar
Washington Coalition of Crime Victim Advocates Director of Training Rose Torgerson
The moderator is Jacqueline Swanson, the president of the crime victim's rights alliance student group.
The information in this panel is helpful to law students interested in a wide array of legal arrays, not just criminal and/or crime victims’ rights - ID theft and fraud issues appear in contract, health care, torts, employment, administrative, immigration, public benefits law, and family law, to name just a few.
The program was held at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon on March 18, 2013. The Mediasite program requires Silverlight.