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2014 Annual Conference: New Laws, New Ideas, New Strategies

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$365.00
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$395.00
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The DSM-5: New Diagnoses and Old-School Politics
Dr. Alex Millkey, Northwest Forensic Institute, Portland

The Ground Beneath Us Is Sand: New Strategies for the Defense Bar to Counter an Increasingly Unpredictable Supreme Court
Bronson James, Portland

A Beginner's Guide to Forfeiture and Property Issues in Criminal Cases
Matthew McHenry and Tiffany Harris, Portland

Search and Seizure: Review of Significant Opinions and Preview of Pending Decisions 2013-14
Oregon Supreme Court Justice Martha Walters

Appellate Update: The Awards Show
Joshua Crowther and Erik Blumenthal, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem

Working with the Press
Kateri Walsh, Director, Media Relations, Oregon State Bar; Duane Bosworth, Attorney, Portland; John Costa, Editor-in-Chief, The Bulletin, Bend

New Methods of Dealing with Junk Science and the Witnesses Who Present It
Richard Kammen, Indianapolis, IN

New Frontiers: Why Does Oregon Need an Innocence Project?
Steve Wax, Federal Public Defender, District of Oregon; Legal Director, Oregon Innocence Project (Fall 2014)

What to Do When Your Client is a Witness (ethics credit)
Lisa Ludwig and David Elkanich, Portland

Reentry Court Including Implementation in State Court
Willie Blasher, Acting Chief U.S. Probation Officer, District of Oregon?

Creating An Environment Where Jurors Want To Tell You Their Secrets: The Cocktail Party Approach to Jury Selection
Richard Kammen

BREAKOUTS
Sell Hearings: A New Tool to Tinker With an Unfixable Dilemma
Bradley Kalbaugh, Multnomah Defenders, and Laura Graser, Portland

Expungements: Now With Even More Expungeability (Like Sex Crimes and B-Felonies)
Alex Bassos, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Portland

Recent Changes to the Juvenile Code Relating to Records, Including Those Required by eCourt Implementation
Lisa Norris-Lampe, Staff Attorney to Chief Justice Thomas Balmer, Oregon Supreme Court

Sentencing Strategies and Tips for the New Felony Practitioner
Scott Sharp, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Hillsboro

New Ways to Manage Discovery: iPads and More
Lisa Maxfield, Portland and Nathaniel Samuel Brown, III, Eugene

Juvenile Dependency and Termination of Parental Rights Appellate Update, 2013-2014
Shannon Storey, Shannon Flowers, Holly Telerant, OPDS, Salem