Learning Opportunities

We host a range of free webinars and learning collaboratives to help health organizations incorporate legal expertise and services into their approach to addressing health-related social needs, and to help legal organizations align their service delivery with health partners.

Are you interested in being a presenter on one of our training and technical assistance (TTA) events? 

Please click the link below to complete our brief presenter interest form today.  We will follow up with you to learn more about your expertise and provide additional information on our upcoming opportunities. Note: If you have a resource to share, please send us an email at ncmlp@gwu.edu

Presenter / Speaker Interest Form

Upcoming Webinars

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Upcoming Learning Collaboratives

The NCMLP will launch three (3) HRSA-supported learning collaboratives primarily for health centers and their legal partners this March & April 2023. Each learning collaborative will consist of at least four (4) sessions involving small group discussions facilitated by faculty (MLP practitioners and subject-matter experts). 

March 2023:

Get ready to discuss with MLP peers and faculty!

1. Applications are now being accepted for NCMLP’s 2023 maternal health learning collaborative. Join to engage in a series of structured discussions with other MLP practitioners to learn how health centers and MLP staff can use the MLP approach to meet the health-related legal needs of mothers and birthing people.


Application link:
Deadline: February 22,2023


2. The registration for the Cohort of the “Rights, Equity, and Health: Screening and Documenting Unmet Legal Needs that Impact the Health of Agricultural Workers and LGBTQIA+ People” learning collaborative, co-hosted by the National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center, National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership, and Farmworker Justice.  In this 4 part session , health center staff will develop strategies for screening and documenting unmet legal needs that may affect the health outcomes of patients in two specific groups: agricultural workers and LGBTQIA+ people.

Application link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2WWSHW8

Deadline: 03/08/2023 at 5 PM ET