Annual Juvenile Law Conference 2019

April 12-13, 2019

Agate Beach Inn, Newport

Annual Juvenile Law Conference 2019

April 12-13, 2019

Agate Beach Inn, Newport
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Early Bird Registration — Until April 2
Members — Lawyers $255   |   NonLawyers $160
NonMembers — Lawyers $305   |   NonLawyers $210
Students — $25, with membership included

Standard Registration — After April 2
Members — Lawyers $280   |   NonLawyers $185
NonMembers — Lawyers $330   |   NonLawyers $235
Students — $25, with membership included

Who may attend?
OCDLA and WACDL members, other defense lawyers and those professionals and law students not involved in the prosecution function.

What’s included in the fee?
• Seminar admission
• Electronic material download
• CLE credit
• Breakfast & lunch on Saturday
• Refreshments at the breaks

Financial assistance?
Members contact OCDLA by April 2 about scholarships, payment plans, or creative payment arrangements.

Cancellations made before April 5 will receive a refund less a $25 cancellation fee. Cancellations made after April 5 — once material download link has been emailed — will receive a refund less a $100 cancellation/written material fee. No-show policy: Written materials are emailed in advance to all participants. Audio materials in the form of MP3 recordings will be sent to OCDLA members only; nonmembers who do not attend are ineligible to receive audio recordings or a refund.
CLE Credit
Pending approval in Oregon, Washington, California. For other state accreditation, call OCDLA at 541-686-8716.


Program To Be Announced
Our Special Guest Speaker –
Kristin Henning, will present – “The Reasonable Black Child” on Friday, April 12. Then, on Saturday, April 13, she will present “Defenders’ Implicit Bias.” Professor Henning joined the faculty of the Georgetown Law Center in 1995 as a Stuart-Stiller Fellow in the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinics. As a Fellow she represented adults and children in the D.C. Superior Court, while supervising law students in the Juvenile Justice Clinic. In 1997, Professor Henning joined the staff of the Public Defender Service (PDS) for the District of Columbia where she continued to represent clients and helped to organize a Juvenile Unit designed to meet the multi-disciplinary needs of children in the juvenile justice system. Professor Henning served as Lead Attorney for the Juvenile Unit from 1998 until she left the Public Defender Service to return to Georgetown in 2001. As lead attorney, she represented juveniles in serious cases, supervised and trained new PDS attorneys, and coordinated and conducted training for court-appointed attorneys representing juveniles.
Professor Henning has been active in local, regional and national juvenile justice reform, serving as Director of the Mid-Atlantic Juvenile Defender Center (MAJDC), President of the Board of Directors for the Center for Children’s Law and Policy, and on local D.C. Superior Court committees such as the Delinquency Working Group and the Family Court Training Committee. Professor Henning has also served as an expert consultant to a number of state and federal agencies, including the US Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division.
Kris Henning worked closely with the Juvenile Indigent Defense Action Network to develop the Juvenile Training Immersion Program (JTIP), a national training curriculum for juvenile defense attorneys. She is a certified JTIP trainer and has organized numerous trainings for practicing juvenile defense attorneys, including the JTIP Summer Academy, an annual one week intensive training program for juvenile defense attorneys hosted at Georgetown Law in partnership with the National Juvenile Defender Center (NJDC), the DC Juvenile Panel Trial Practice Group (a monthly training program for DC CJA bar attorneys), and trainings in rural areas throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. She is also often invited to train juvenile defenders throughout the country.
You can read more about Professor Henning at:



Agate Beach Inn, Newport
Book by March 11, 2019.

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Call 541-265-9411 by March 11, mention Group ID #
$99 hillside, $129 ocean view. Pet rooms available for extra charge and on a limited basis.

Please call the hotel directly, at 541-265-9411, to reserve special rooms, such as pet friendly rooms, or to reserve dates that are before or after your groups’ event dates, as they may be available, but not included in the online allocation. Please call the hotel directly, at 541-265-9411, if your preferred room type is not available on-line, as it still may be available through our Front Desk.
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