Early Bird Registration — Until April 10
Enter your pet pooch in OCDLA’s very first Dog Photo Contest!
Here’s how the contest works —
1. Submit one JPG photo of your dog to email@example.com by April 9. Only one photo per registrant — multiple photo submissions will be disqualified.
2. OCDLA will display the dog photos at the conference in a PowerPoint and as printed pages.
3. OCDLA will provide a PDF version of the dog photo PowerPoint prior to the conference.
4. Conference attendees will vote at the conference for their favorite dog or pet. The dog or pet who receives the most votes wins a prize.
5. Depending on the number of submissions, OCDLA reserves the right to narrow the contenders.
Download written material here (contact OCDLA for password).
Seminar Evaluations Link.
Program — Friday and Saturday, April 20–21
Friday, April 20
12:00p | Registration/Check-in
1:00 | Taking the Kid Gloves Off: An Interactive Examination of Spotting and Interrupting Racism in Juvenile Law
Kasia Rutledge, Attorney, Portland; Rakeem Washington, Instructor, Portland State University and Portland Community College, Portland
(1.5 access to justice credit)
2:30 | Break/Door Prizes
2:45 | How Domestic Relations Can Aid Your Dependency Defense Strategy
Annette Smith, Staff Attorney, Public Defender Services of Lane County, Eugene
3:45 | Oh, Why Argue? Let’s Talk Instead: A Not So Intimate Conversation with Joe O’Leary
Joe O’Leary, Director, OYA, Salem; Emily Simon, Attorney, Portland
5:00 | Presentation of OCDLA Juvenile Law Awards to —
• Katherine O. “K.O.” Berger
• Doug Killian
5:30 | Reception in honor of award recipients
Saturday, April 21
7:30a | Hot Breakfast (included with registration)
8:30 | Washington State’s “Roper v. Simmons” Moment Has Arrived: Extending the Momentum to Oregon’s Measure 11 Cases
Nicole McGrath, Attorney, Seattle
9:30 | Trauma-Informed Lawyers: Best Practices for Self, Client, and System
Kyra Hazilla, Attorney and LCSW, Portland
10:30 Break | Door Prizes
10:45 | The Great Oracle Visits Juvenile Court
Emily Simon, Attorney, Portland; Kevin Ellis, Attorney, Saint Helens
(1.25 ethics credit)
12:00 | Lunch (included with registration)
1:00p | Dependency & Delinquency Appellate Update
Honorable Megan Jacquot, Coos County Circuit Court; Sara Peterson, Deputy Public Defender, OPDS, Salem
2:15 | DHS v. Fabbrini: A Case Study
Jamie Gerlitz, Attorney, Bend
3:00 Break | Door Prizes
3:15 | Legislative Update
Representative Chris Gorsek, House District 49
4:15 | OPDS’s Juvenile Appellate Section: A 10-Year Retrospective
Shannon Storey, Chief Defender, OPDS, Salem; Valerie Colas, Deputy Public Defender, OPDS, Salem
5:00 | Adjourn
Program and speakers subject to change.
Agate Beach Inn, Newport
Book by March 24.
Group ID # 8U3GI5E0
Call 541-265-9411 by March 24, mention Group ID # 8U3GI5E0.
$98 hillside, $128 ocean view. Pet rooms available for extra charge.
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.
Hallmark Resort, Newport
744 SW Elizabeth Street
Make reservations by March 20.
$119 Traditional One Queen Guestroom
$129 Traditional Two Queen Guestroom
$139 Limited Edition Two Queen Guestroom
$149 Limited Edition King Spa Guestroom
Mention OCDLA to receive these special rates. No special OCDLA rates guaranteed after March 20.