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A three hour training session covering Foreclosure Settlement Conference practice will be given at 1 PM at the SCBA. The program is open to any practicing lawyer at no charge. Lawyers who volunteer for the Suffolk County Pro Bono Foreclosure Project and complete four appearance dates for the project will receive CLE credit for the program. This program is live only, it will NOT be webcast. Plese contact the SCBA, or click here to register on line. Registration is limited. Lunch will be served. The program is being underwitten by the Suffolk County Bar Association Pro Bono Foundation. The program is accredited by the Suffolk Academy of Law and is being presented jointly by the Suffolk County Bar Association and Nassau Suffolk Law Services. If you are currently a volunteer in the Foreclosure Settlement Project, completion of this program is required to remain listed as active on both the project and the LRIS Foreclosure Category.