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2017 Juvenile Law Training Academy CLE Archive

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Download - Written Material & MP3 Audio
Written Material CD & Audio CD
Written Materials Hard Copy & CD

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October 16–17, 2017 • The Eugene Hilton

Immigration: How to Advise Parent Clients in Uncertain Times
Anna Ciesielski, Attorney, Portland
Past, Present, and Future: A Juvenile Law Perspective
Justice David Brewer, Oregon Supreme Court (retired)
Appellate Update
Shannon Storey, Chief Defender, Juvenile Appellate Section, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem, and Inge Wells, Sr. Assistant Attorney General, Dept. of Justice Appellate Division, Salem
Practical Skills:  Cross Examination
Lisa Ludwig, Attorney, Portland
Opportunities to Promote Early Engagement
Megan Hassen, Oregon Judicial Dept., Salem; Lisa Kay, Youth, Rights, Justice Attorneys at Law, Portland; and Dana Brandon, MSW, Portland
Housing, Huh, Good God, What Is It Good For?
John VanLandingham, Legal Aid Services, Eugene, and Delores Burgos, Native American Youth and Family Center, Portland 
Tips on Recognizing and Advocating for LGBTQ Youth (access to justice credit)
Judge Beth Allen, Multnomah Co. Circuit Court, Portland
Using the Crossover Youth Practice Model to Obtain Better Outcomes
Terry Williams, Dept. of Human Services, Eugene, and David R. Wilson, Marion County District Attorney Office, Tribal Team Leader, Salem
My Parent Client Didn’t Show Up to Court—Now What?  (ethics credit)
David Elkanich, Attorney, Portland, and Shannon Flowers, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
Motivational Interviewing As a Tool to Motivate Clients and Initiate Change
Joanna Crawford, Training Specialist, Portland State University
How the African-American Family Vanishes: “Reasonable Efforts” and Its Connection to the Disproportionality of the Child Welfare System (access to justice credit)
Stephanie Smith Ledesma, Attorney, Houston, TX
Youth Who Run from Care: Strategies for Prevention, Intervention and Advocacy
Annie Blackledge, Executive Director, Mockingbird Society, Seattle, WA
Trauma Informed Legal Advocacy for Juvenile Attorneys
Stephanie Smith Ledesma, Houston
Strategies to Promote Placement Stability
Kevin George, Dept. of Human Services, and Staci Berry, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, 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:

9.5 general
2.0 access to justice
1.0 ethics

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