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2018 Annual Juvenile Law Conference CLE Archive

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$230.00
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$285.00
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$255.00
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Program
April 20–21, 2018 • Agate Beach Inn, Newport, OR

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 credits)

        
How Domestic Relations Can Aid Your Dependency Defense Strategy
Annette Smith, Staff Attorney, Public Defender Services of Lane County, Inc., Eugene
        
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

        
Washington State’s “Roper v. Simmons” Moment Has Arrived: Extending the Momentum to Oregon’s Measure 11 Cases
Nicole McGrath, Attorney, Seattle
        
Trauma-Informed Lawyers: Best Practices for Self, Client, and System
Kyra Hazilla, Attorney and LCSW, Portland
        
The Great Oracle Visits Juvenile Court
Emily Simon, Attorney, Portland; Kevin Ellis, Attorney, Saint Helens
(1.25 ethics credits)

 
Dependency & Delinquency Appellate Update
Hon. Megan Jacquot, Coos County Circuit Court;
Sarah Peterson, Deputy Public Defender, OPDS, Salem

        
DHS v. Fabbrini: A Case Study
Jamie Gerlitz, Attorney, Bend
        
Legislative Update      
Representative Chris Gorsek, Oregon House District 49, Salem

OPDS’s Juvenile Appellate Section: A 10-Year Retrospective
Valerie Colas, Chief Defender, OPDS, Salem; Valerie Colas, Deputy Public Defender, OPDS, Salem
 
 

In Oregon, the total number of approved credits for listening to all of the audio in the audio package if you also purchase the written material:

• 8 general, 1.5 access to justice, 1.25 ethics.

The program will also qualify for credit with the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.

Consortia and Law Offices wishing multiple licenses, contact OCDLA.

 
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