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2016 Annual Conference CLE Archive

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

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Consortia and Law Offices wishing multiple licenses, contact OCDLA.

June 16–18, 2016 • Mt. Bachelor Village, Bend

Appellate Update                    
Joshua Crowther and Kali Montague, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem

Simonov and Mental States                 
Lindsey Burrows, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem

Discovery 101                      
Steve Eberlein, Metropolitan Public Defender, Hillsboro

Advanced Brady Issues                 
Patrick Sweeney, Attorney, Portland

Examining U.S. Supreme Court Cases—Including Confrontation
and Digital Evidence

Jeff Fisher, Co-Director, Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, Stanford Law School

Justice Scalia’s Legacy for Criminal Defendants—Changes Now That He’s Gone?
Jeff Fisher

Fighting the Exclusion of Defense Experts                  
Kevin Sali, Attorney, Lake Oswego

Defending Medical Child Abuse
Lisa Ludwig, Attorney, Portland
Tiffany Harris, Attorney, Portland

Representing Veterans: Defense and Mitigation Strategies—PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, Moral Injury, Institutionalization, Re-acculturation and Veterans Resource Center (1 access to justice credit)
Jesse Wm. Barton, Attorney, Salem

Juvenile Law—Challenging Detention and Keeping Youth   in Their Communities
Brian Baker, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland

Ability to Pay—Litigating Fines, Fees and Bail                                  
Alex Bassos, Director of Training and Outreach, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland

Healthy Sexuality in Children, Adolescents, & Adults                           
Dr.Laura Zorich, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Portland 

Immigration Issues in a Nutshell                          
Stephanie Engelsman, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland
Changes in Criminal Cannabis Laws—Expunction and Medical Marijuana      
Brian Michaels, Attorney, Eugene
Persuasive and Powerful Written Advocacy                
Tony Bornstein, Federal Public Defenders Office, Portland

Maximizing Your Media Messaging Changing Hearts, Minds and Public Policy
I. India Thusi, Associate Counsel & Robert L. Carter Fellow, The Opportunity Agenda, New York, NY

Stu’s Spirit: Rising to the Challenge and Representing Protestors       
Kasia Rutledge, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland

Porn, Lies and Protective Orders: We Call It Ethics (1 ethics credit)          
Lane Borg, Executive Director, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland

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:
• 15 general
• 1 ethics
• 1 access to justice

Downloads and are for members only and the files are intended to be used by the purchasing member only. Please do not distribute. You will be provided with a download link at the end of the cart checkout process or via an emailed receipt. If you do not receive the link or the link is not working contact OCDLA during business hours, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Download the CLE Archive contents: After you have received your emailed receipt that contains the download link (to a Dropbox page), download the contents of the CLE Archive onto your computer rather than attempting to view the materials and/or listen to the audio online. Once you download the material and audio to your computer you will not need an internet connection to view or listen later. Once you land on the Dropbox page, look for a Download link or symbol.

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

For tangible items, allow two to three weeks for shipment of your order.