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2019 Juvenile Law Training Academy CLE Archive

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Download - Written Material & MP3 Audio
$145.00
$145.00
Written Material CD & Audio CDs
$165.00
$165.00

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October 21–22, 2019 • Valley River Inn, Eugene

 
Opening Remarks
           Senator Floyd Prozanski, District 4 - South Lane and North Douglas Counties
Chapter 1. 2019 Legislative Update
           Mary Sofia, OCDLA 2019 Legislative Lobbyist
           Inge Wells, Sr. Assistant Attorney General, Dept. of Justice Appellate Division, Salem 
Chapter 2. Family First Prevention Services Act: Oregon Implementation
          Staci Barry, Dept. of Justice Civil Enforcement, Child Advocacy Section, Salem
          Alex Trotter, Dept. of Human Services Family First Project Coordinator, Child Welfare Programs, Salem

Chapter 3. Family First Prevention Services Act: Qualified Residential Treatment Programs 
            Lisa Kay Williams, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland
            Dave Ziegler, PhD, LMFT, LPC, Psychologist, Jasper Mountain Center, Jasper
Chapter 4. Hearing & Delivering Bad News Well: Increasing Wellness at Work While Providing Better Service - MENTAL HEALTH CREDIT
         Jennifer List, Multnomah Defenders, Inc., Portland
Chapter 5. Medically Assisted Treatment 101: Drugs, Brain, Behavior
         Eric Martin, MAC, CADC III, PRC, CPS, Mental Health & Addiction Certification Board of Oregon (MHACBO) Portland
Chapter 6. LGBTQ Children in Foster Care - ACCESS TO JUSTICE CREDIT
         Judah Largent, Umpqua Valley Public Defender, Roseburg
         Nina Nolen, Attorney, Coos Bay

Chapter 7. Family Defense Teams: How Multidisciplinary Family Defense Teams Improve Outcomes
          Mimi Laver, Director of Legal Representation, ABA Center on Children and the Law, Washington, DC
          Dana Brandon, Case Manager Administrator, Parent Child Representation Program, Portland
          Amy Miller, Director, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland
          Gina Stewart, Roseburg

Chapter 8. Parent Training: How to Choose the Right Service for Your Client
            Jillian Rivas-Davila, Parent Child Representation Program, Portland
            Jodi Warne, Parent Child Representation Program, Corvallis

Chapter 9. Lived Experiences: Parents Talk About What Works
            Maggie Carlson, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland
            Dale Roberts, Parent, Lane County
            Jamie Welch, Parent, Multnomah County

Chapter 10. The UCCJEA: 10 Things Juvenile Law Practitioners Need to Know
            Judge Maureen McKnight, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland
Chapter 11. Appellate Update: What a Year in the Courts!
          Tiffany Keast, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
          Inge Wells, Sr. Assistant Attorney General, Dept. of Justice 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:
• 9.0 general, 1.0 access to justice credit, and 1.0 mental health credit
For credits in California, Washington or other states, contact OCDLA.

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.