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2018 Juvenile Law Training Academy CLE Archive

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Price
Member Price
Download - Written Material & MP3 Audio
$145.00
$145.00
Written Material CD & Audio CDs
$165.00
$165.00
Written Material Hard Copy/CD & Audio CDs
$195.00
$195.00

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Program
October 8–9, 2018 • Valley River Inn, Eugene


Program
 
Monday, October 8
 
7:45 a  |  Registration/Check-in
                               Continental Breakfast (included)
    8:30 |   Incarcerated Parents: Don't You Forget About Me
                             Nichole Brown, Dept. of Corrections Administrator of Programs and Social Support Services, Salem
              Linda Hughes, Multnomah Juvenile Court Referee, Portland
              Alex Salas, Dept. of Human Services, Salem

    9:45 |  Legislative Update: New Statute Allows for Relief from TPR Under Certain Circumstances 
                              Mary Sofia, OCDLA Legislative Lobbyist
 10:00 |  Break
  10:15  |  Family Time: The Key to Reunification
                Marty Beyer, PhD, Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Consultant, Portland
   11:45  |   Lunch (included)
  12:45  |  Don't Stop Believing: Permanency Planning for Older Children
                Margaret A. Burt, Practicing Law Institute, Pittsford, NY
       1:45 |  Break               
   2:00 |   Avoiding Placement Disruption Meeting the Trauma-related Needs of Children
                            Marty Beyer, PhD
   3:30 |   Walk This Way: Cultural Competency When Working with Spanish Speaking Clients (access to justice credit)
                            Manuel Perez, Public Defender of Marion County, Salem, and Laura Lopez, MA, Foundations Counseling and Interpreting Services, McMinnville
  4:45 |  Adjourn for the day / Reception
              An opportunity to unwind, mingle and reconnect with colleagues from multidisciplinary arenas. Tasty hors d’oeuvres & no-host bar.

Tuesday, October 9

7:30 a  |  Continental Breakfast (included)
    8:30 |  Ethics for All: OSB Practice Standards for Agency Attorneys (ethics credit)
                             Margaret A. Burt, Pittsford, NY
                               Maggie Carlson, Youth, Rights, & Justice, Portland
                               Shannon Dennison, Asst. Attorney in Charge, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Salem
                               Doug Killian, Metropolitan Public Defenders—Wash. County, Hillsboro

 10:00 |  Break
   10:15 |  Attorneys and Case Managers: I Wanna Dance With Somebody
              Dana Brandon, Case Manager, Parent Child Representation Program, Portland
              Mark Lang, Attorney, St. Helens
              Jillian Rivas-Davila, Case Manager, Parent Child Representation Program, Portland

   11:00 |  Call Me: Tort Claims for Foster Kids
                               Nadia Dahab Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, Portland

   11:45 |  Lunch (included)
 12:45 |  Federal Law Benefits and Update
                                  Staci Barry, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Salem
                                    Deb Carnaghi, Child Protective Services Program Coordinator, Dept. of Human Services, Salem
                                   Alex Trotter, Child Protective Services Program Coordinator, Dept. of Human Services, Salem

    1:45 |  Break
  2:00 |  Appellate Update
                            Valerie Colas, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
                            Inge Wells, Sr. Asst. Attorney General, Dept. of Justice Appellate Division

  3:00 |  Adjourn

 

 

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 general
1.5 Ethics
• 1.0 Access to Justice

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.

 
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