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2019 Annual Juvenile Law Conference CLE Archive

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Friday, April 12
Moderated by OCDLA Juvenile Law Committee Co-Chair Sarah Peterson

The Reasonable Black Child Standard
Prof. Kristin Nicole Henning, Georgetown Law, Washington, D.C.  (access to justice credit)

Expanding Miller’s Reach: Practical Restitution Challenges in Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings
Reid Kajikawa, Attorney, Crabtree & Rahmsdorff, Bend

Lewis & Clark Law School Youth Legal Clinic at OYA
Prof. Aliza B. Kaplan, Director, Criminal Justice Reform Clinic, Portland; Anjana Kumar, Law Student, Youth Legal Project, Portland; Mieke de Vrind, Law Student, Youth Legal Project, Portland
Legislative Update        
Mary A. Sofia, Lobbyist, OCDLA

Saturday, April 13
Moderated by OCDLA Juvenile Law Committee Co-Chair Annette Smith      

Refresher on the Indian Child Welfare Act
Addie Smith, former Staff Attorney, National Indian Child Welfare Association, Portland (access to justice credit)

Defenders’ Implicit Bias, Part 1   
Prof. Kristin Nicole Henning (access to justice credit)

Defenders’ Implicit Bias, Part 2
Prof. Kristin Nicole Henning (access to justice credit)

Early Advocacy in Dependency Cases: Setting Clients Up For Success
Shannon Flowers, OPDS Appellate Division, Salem; Matthew Washchuk, Riley & Washchuk PC, Portland

Regulation and/or Litigation — A Panel Discussion
on Claims Against Lawyers

Panel moderated by: Michael Rose, Creighton & Rose PC, Portland. Panelists: John Devlin, Devlin Law, P.C., Portland; Eric Deitrick, General Counsel, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem; Linn Davis, Oregon State Bar, Tigard (ethics credit)

Does This Really Help My Client? Forensic Psychological Evaluations for Parents
Macon Benoit, Attorney, Astoria; Dr. Wendy Bourg, Psychologist, Portland

The OTLA Juvenile Justice Project — Tips from the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association on How to Identify Potential Civil Claims for Children in Foster Care
John Devlin

Appellate Update            
Hon. Megan Jacquot, Coos County Circuit Court; Sarah Peterson, OPDS Appellate Division, 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:

• 5.75 general, 4.5 access to justice, 1 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.