Jimmy Carter (Kennedy Sutherland LLP) and Chris Mazzola (Patterson Law Group) offered their sage volunteer perspective about how a bullying case plays out in practice. They highlighted the use of cease and desist letters to notify parents about their responsibility to intercede to stop the bullying behavior, and the process for seeking injunctive relief, including detailed information about utilization of digital evidence.
SALSA is pleased to have been awarded $140,600.00 in supplemental Veteran grant funding by the Texas Access to Justice Foundation (TAJF) to support our work in partnership with the Bexar County Veterans Treatment Courts (VTC).
On January 15th, SALSA launched the Don’t Bully Me (DBM) Project Volunteer Intake Line. Registration is now live for non-attorney and attorney volunteers interested in participating in the DBM Project….
Due to community incidence of COVID-19, SALSA has canceled the following events. We appreciate your patience as we respond to current community trends and staffing constraints. 1. Volunteer Appreciation Happy…