Phoenix Crime Victim Attorney Sara J. Powell to Present at the Fall 2013 Arizona Victim Assistance Advanced Academy on November 8, 2013

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The training session will be conducted from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (MST) at the Desert Willow Conference Center located at 4340 East Cotton Center Boulevard in Phoenix, Arizona 85040.

Phoenix Crime Victim Attorney - Sara J. Powell

Phoenix Crime Victim Attorney - Sara J. Powell

Working together, we can improve the quantity and quality of services provided to our community’s victims. I look forward to contributing to a successful training.

Phoenix Crime Victim Attorney Sara J. Powell will present at the upcoming “Fall 2013 Arizona Victim Assistance Advanced Academy” on Friday, November 8, 2013. The training session will be conducted from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (MST) at the Desert Willow Conference Center located at 4340 East Cotton Center Boulevard in Phoenix, Arizona 85040.

The academy training is sponsored by the Arizona Coalition for Victim Services (ACVS), a network of individuals and agencies that provides services to crime victims. As a nonprofit 501(c)3 agency, ACVS promotes and protects the rights of victims through leadership, advocacy and community education.

ACVS offers a “Basic Academy” designed for advocates new to victim services and an “Advanced Academy” structured for more experienced advocates and supervisors who have more experience in the field of victim advocacy. Both Academies provide victim service professionals with opportunities to learn, interact and network with other advocates. Sessions are conducted by experienced service providers and educators from across Arizona.

The upcoming Advanced Academy will focus on criminal justice system topics including specialty courts, a judge’s panel, preparing victims for court and facility dogs in court. As one of the presenters in this training, attorney Sara J. Powell will conduct a one-hour session on civil legal remedies for crime victims. The presentation fits well with training’s overall theme.

“The ACVS Academies offer comprehensive training to address the most pressing issues advocates and supervisors in victim service agencies face,” said Sara Powell, attorney, Law Office of Sara J. Powell. “Working together, we can improve the quantity and quality of services provided to our community’s victims. I look forward to contributing to a successful training.”

Practicing law since 1979, Sara Powell devotes her practice to obtaining compensation for crime victims of drunk drivers, shootings, rape and child abuse. She is a charter member of the National Crime Victim Bar Association. Powell is also AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating awarded to an attorney based on anonymous ratings by other local lawyers, and listed in their Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. In addition, Sara Powell is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the American Trial Lawyers Association Top 100 Lawyers.

For more information on the Academy, visit the Arizona Coalition for Victim Services website at http://www.azcvs.net/trainings/.

About the Law Office of Sara J. Powell
Dedicated to protecting victims’ rights since 1979, the Law Office of Sara J. Powell provides individualized, responsive and compassionate legal service. The firm focuses on helping crime victims reclaim their lives by obtaining financial compensation for the harm they have suffered and holding the perpetrators accountable. Practice areas include homicide victims, shooting victims, rape/sexual assault victims, child molestation and abuse, negligent security, elder abuse, drunk driver victims and other serious personal injuries. Initial consultations can be arranged free of charge by calling 602-996-4447. For more information, visit http://www.SaraPowell.com.

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