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Now Playing: DAP Advocate vs. the Vocational Expert - A Hearing Experience

Date: September 14, 2012

This mock Social Security hearing gives viewers a sense of how to present vocational evidence at a hearing. "Actors" assume the roles of ALJ, the claimant, and the vocational expert (VE). Using the hypothetical case scenario of a young adult (18-25 years old) with musculoskeletal and mental impairments, an experienced advocate will demonstrate direct examination of the claimant and a cross-examination of the VE.

Date of original presentation: 09/14/2012

Presenters: Kate Callery (Empire Justice Center), Peter Racette (Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York), Kirsten King (Private Practice), L. J. Fisher (Empire Justice Center), Evan Baer (Empire Justice Center)

Viewing time: 30 minutes

CLE Credit: 0.5 Skills

Cost for viewing this training if CLE credit is requested: $60.00 for Not-for-Profit Agencies; $90.00 for Private Practice Attorneys. There is no charge for viewing this training unless CLE credit is requested.

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