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2016 Juvenile Law Training Academy CLE Archive

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Juvenile Law Training Academy
October 17–18, 2016
Sponsored By:
Juvenile Court Improvement Program
OCDLA - Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Oregon State Bar Juvenile Law Section
Public Defense Services Commission

With assistance from:
CASA Program, Dept. of Human Services & Child Welfare, Dept. of Justice, Marion Co. District Attorney's Office, University of Oregon School of Law, Youth, Rights, & Justice, Attorneys at Law
 
We’re in This Together: Promoting Access to Justice for all Families
Monday October 17
7:30 | Continental Breakfast (included)
8:00 | Registration, Check-in

8:30  | The Americans with Disabilities Act and What it Means for Parents with Disabilities  access to justice credit
Robyn M. Powell, Disability Rights Activist, Framingham, MA
 
10:00 | Break
 
10:15 | Challenging Findings in DHS Assessments
Kamala Shugar, Asst. Attorney in Charge, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Eugene Robert Foltyn, Klamath Defender Services, Klamath Falls
 
11:00 | Roadblocks to Reunification: Visitation, Reasonable Efforts, Best Interests and Constitutional Rights
Wendy Bourg, PhD, Portland
Olivia Godinez, Assistant Attorney General, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Portland
Rebecca Schaleger, Gladstone
Jennifer McGowan, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland
 
12:30 | Lunch (included)

1:30  | Beyond These Walls: Working with Transgender Clients—access to justice credit   
Trystan Angel Reese, Director, Beyond These Walls, Portland
 
2:30  |  Break
 
2:45 | Indian Child Welfare Act: Understanding the New Regulations access to justice credit
Shannon Dennison, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Salem
 
3:45 | DHS: Charting a New Course  
Laurie Price, Child Well Being Program Manager, Department of Human Services
 
4:45 | Adjourn, RECEPTION
An opportunity to unwind, mingle and reconnect with colleagues from multidisciplinary arenas.
 
Tuesday October 18
 
7:30 | Continental Breakfast (included)
 
8:30 | NEW TOPIC: Family Alternative Sentencing Program Pilot
Bobbin Singh, Oregon Justice Resource Center Executive Director, Portland  

9:30  | Shelter Hearings: Nuts & Bolts
Judge Linda Hughes, Multnomah County Circuit Court
David Wilson, Juvenile Unit Trial Team Leader, Marion County District Attorney’s Office
Sarah Robbins, Southern Oregon Public Defender, Inc., Medford
Linda May Wacker, Program Manager, and Alicia Richard, Parent Mentor, Parents Anonymous of Oregon, Portland


10:15  | Break

10:30  | Shelter Hearings, continued

11:15  | Expert Witnesses and Scientific Evidence
Sarah Peterson, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
Janis Puracal, Oregon Innocence Project, Portland
 
12:00 | Lunch (included)
 
1:00  | Appellate Update
Shannon Storey, Chief Defender, Juvenile Appellate Section, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
Inge Wells, Sr. Assistant Attorney General, Dept. of Justice Appellate Division, Salem
 
2:00  |  Break
 
2:15 | Zealous Advocacy and Child Safety: Using DHS Policies and the Law to Advocate for Safe In-Home Placement
Rahela Rehman, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Portland
Shannon Biteng, Dept. of Human Services Child Safety Welfare
Lynn Travis, Program Director, CASA


3:30  | Child Abuse Reporting within the Juvenile Dependency Context— child abuse reporting credit
Linn Davis, Oregon State Bar
 
4:30 | Adjourn
 
 
 

 
 

The 12th Annual Juvenile Law Training AcademyOctober 17–18 at the Valley River Inn in Eugene —  examines the diversity of the families in the dependency system and delivers practical advocacy strategies for all families.

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:

• 10.25 general
• 3.5 access to justice
• 1.0 child abuse reporting

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.