Monday, April 5, 2010

Apr 23/Salt Lake City, UT - Service Members Facing Default Judgments

The Utah State Courts Want You!

Volunteer are needed to represent service members facing default judgment. Attend a free CLE to find out more.

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) provides active duty service members with protections in civil cases. In cases where service members are facing default judgment, the court must appoint an attorney to locate and contact them to determine how they'd like to proceed with their case.

The court seeks attorneys to volunteer to provide limited representation to service members in this situation. This free CLE explains what protections the SCRA provides service members and describes the responsibilities of volunteer attorneys providing limited representation to service members in default cases.

When & Where
Friday, April 23, 2010, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Matheson Courthouse
450 South State Street
Room W-19, Conference Room A
Salt Lake City, UT 84114

Mary Jane Ciccarello, Self-Help Center Attorney, Utah State Courts
Timothy Shea, Senior Staff Attorney, Utah State Courts
Judge Marsha Thomas, Taylorsville Justice Court

CLE Credit
2 hours; 1 hour ethics credit

Register for the CLE by contacting the Utah State Law Library at 801-238-7990 or at

Can't attend the CLE? You can still sign up to be a volunteer attorney at 


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