Public Defense Management 2019

October 24–25, 2019

Hallmark Resort, Newport OR

Public Defense Management 2019

October 24–25, 2019

Hallmark Resort, Newport OR

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Early Bird Registration — Until October 14
Lawyers — $255
NonLawyers — $160
Students — $25, with $10 membership included

Standard Registration — After October 14
Lawyers — $280  
NonLawyers — $185
Students — $50, with $10 membership included


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Who may attend?
This program is open to OCDLA members, other defense lawyers and those professionals and law students directly involved in the defense function.
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What’s included in the fee?
• Seminar admission (Thur–Fri)
• Written material in advance via download link
• CLE credit
• Continental breakfast Thursday
• Lunch on Thursday
• Hot breakfast Friday
• Refreshments at breaks
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Financial assistance?
Members contact OCDLA by
October 16 about scholarships, payment plans or creative payment arrangements.
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Cancellations
Seminar cancellations made before
October 17 will receive a refund less a $25 cancellation fee. Seminar cancellations made after October 17 — once material download link has been emailed — will receive a refund less a $100 cancellation/written material fee. This seminar is not audio-taped; no-shows will not receive CLE credit.
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No-show Policy
Written materials are sent in advance to all participants. Audio materials in the form of  MP3 recordings well be sent to OCDLA members only; nonmembers who do not attend are ineligible to receive the recordings or a refund.
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CLE Credit
Credit will be applied for in Oregon and Washington. California is an approved jurisdiction. For other state accreditation queries, call OCDLA at 541-686-8716.

Agenda

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Managing for Better Results
Program

Moderated by Alyssa Bartholomew, OCDLA President, Medford

Thursday, October 24

8:00a | Registration / Continental Breakfast

8:30 Welcome
Lane Borg, Executive Director, Office of Public Defense  Services, Salem
Eric Deitrick, General Counsel, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem

9:00 | Who’s Asking? Handling Requests for the “Client File” and Other Information  (ethics credit)
Lee Wachocki, Practice Management Advisor, Oregon State Bar, Professional Liability Fund, Tigard

10:00 | Take a Break

10:15 | The Oregon State Hospital, .370 Orders, and Contempt — An Update on Litigation
Jesse Merrithew, Levi Merrithew Horst LLP, Portland

11:00 | Introducing the Forensic Justice Project — A  Resource for the Trial Bar    
Janis Puracal, Executive Director, Forensic Justice Project, Portland

12:00p | Lunch (included)

1:00 | Legislative Update — Public Defense Reform        
Representative Jennifer Williamson, Chair, House Judiciary Committee, Salem; Senator Floyd Prozanski, Chair, Senate Judiciary Committee, Salem; Constantin Severe, Office of Governor Kate Brown, Public Safety Policy Advisor, Salem

2:00 | Update on the American Bar Association  Workload/Caseload Study in Oregon (Why & How of Timekeeping)
Eric Deitrick
Ian Ericson, Web Developer, Justice Works, LLC, Centerville, UT
Sheldon Mills, Web Developer, Justice Works, LLC, Centerville, UT

3:00 | Take a Break

3:15 | Revisiting the OPDS Complaint Policy
Erica Herb, Deputy General Counsel, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
Whitney Perez, Deputy General Counsel, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem


4:15 | Back to the Future — After the Six Month Extensions
Lane Borg

4:45 | Adjourn for the day.

5:00 | Reception

Friday, October 25

7:45a | Breakfast

8:30 | BREAKOUTS with OPDS Staff —
Where Do We Go from Here? The Future After the Six Month Extensions

Staff Track
Heather Pate, Programs Manager;
Stephanie Petersen, Chief Financial Officer; Billy Strehlow, Amy Jackson, Shelley Dillon, Caroline Meyer, and Niki Gillis, Contract Analysts

Attorney Track
Per Ramfjord, Stoel Rives LLP, Portland


9:30 | Take a Break

9:45 | Public Defense Services Commission Meeting (2.25 hours of cle credit will be requested for this meeting)
Lane Borg, Eric Deitrick, Erica Herb, Whitney Perez; Gregory Jolivette, Senior Legislaive Analyst, Legislative Fiscal Office, Salem; Ernest Lannet, Chief Defender, Criminal Appellate Section, OPDS; Shannon Storey, Chief Defender, Juvenile Appellate Section, OPDS

12:00p | Evaluations & Adjourn



Sponsored by the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Office of Public Defense Services.


Program subject to change. CLE credit — pending approval for 8.5 general and 1 ethics credit in Oregon; 9.5 general in Washington. OCDLA is also an approved Department of Public Safety Standards and Training CLE provider. OCDLA is an approved jurisdiction in California.

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Venue

Hallmark Resort, Newport, OR
744 SW Elizabeth St., Newport, OR 97365
541-265-2600


The Hallmark Resort is full on the nights of Wednesday, October 23 and Thursday, October 24. However, we now have a block of rooms at THE WHALER, a sister property of the Hallmark located just down the road at the corner of Elizabeth and Olive. 

Reserve at The WHALER — Call 541-265-2600 (same number as The Hallmark)
Whaler Rates (good for nights of October 23, 24, 25 and 26)
Ocean view King Standard: $119.00

Ocean view 2 Queen Standard: $129.00
Tax: 11.3%
All rooms come with mini fridge, microwave and Kuerig coffee maker.

Rooms are still available at The Hallmark for the nights of Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26.
Hallmark Resort Rates (call by September 24) are: $114, traditional guest room (single queen)
$124 traditional two queen guest room
$134 limited edition two queen guest room
$144 limited editon king spa guest room
Mention "OCDLA fall conference" to receive the group rate.








 
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