A lay advocate serves a role similar to an attorney; once
training is complete, a lay advocate may represent individuals in
any matter before Ho-Chunk Nation Trial and Supreme Courts,
including but not limited to juvenile matters, employment disputes,
and election appeals.
As the Court expands, new lay advocates will be in high demand,
so organized and motivated individuals are encouraged to attend the
training. There is no charge to attend. Each day's training will
take place for a full day with a break for lunch.
Lay Advocacy Training will be held May 1 - May 5,
2017. Contact the Sr. Staff Attorney to sign-up to attend:
(715) 284-2722, firstname.lastname@example.org