The Legal Response to the Employment Needs of Domestic Violence Victims

By: Robin Runge. Published by: ABA Human Rights Magazine. Published in 2010

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Runge writes that domestic violence victims present a myriad of legal needs, some of which include needing accommodations at a place of employment, like missing work to attend court or counseling or missing work due to injuries. They may exceed annual leave and be under threat of losing their jobs. Legal aid can help secure accommodations and protect them at the workplace.



Categories: Consumer, Consumer/finance, Domestic Violence, Employment, Legal Aid Attorneys, Legal Aid Practitioners, National, News Media, Policymakers and Funders, Researchers and Academics, Victims of Crime

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