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2018 Winter Conference / Discovery - CLE Archive

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

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State v. Dulfu: Using Trial Strategy to Cap the Sentence       
Ryan Scott, Attorney, Portland
Shining a Light on Discovery Part 1: Kyles v. Whitley — What Aren’t We Getting and What Should We Do About It?        
Carl Macpherson, Executive Director, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland

What Online Dating Taught Me About the Art of Jury De-Selection
Deja Vishny, Deputy Training Director, Wisconsin Public Defender Office; Adjunct Professor of Law, Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI

Shining a Light on Discovery Part 2: Getting What You Need on Your Own
Elizabeth Baker, Attorney, Eugene

Visual Storytelling       
Joshua Cohen, Fat Pencil Studio, Portland
Nell Brown, Federal Public Defender, Portland
Steve Lindsey, Attorney, Portland

Viktoria Safarian, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland
The New Oregon Supreme Court and Upcoming Issues        
Ernie Lannet, Chief Defender, Criminal Appellate Section, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
PCR Part 1: Farmer v. Premo —  Strategic Decisions,         
Reasonable Investigation and Experts to Avoid Post-Conviction Challenges

Lindsey Burrows, Attorney, Portland
Ethics: Supervising Your Agents — Investigators, Experts, Case Managers, Social Workers, Bookkeepers and More
Mark Johnson Roberts, Deputy General Counsel, Oregon State Bar, Tigard
(1 ethics credit)
PCR Part 2: Point & Counterpoint — Strategic Decisions, Reasonable Investigation and Experts to Avoid Post-Conviction Challenges     
Noel Grefenson, Attorney, Salem; Lynn David Larsen, Department of Justice Trial Division, Civil and Criminal Rights Section, Salem
Forensic Discovery and Challenges: What to Challenge and When, Specific Issues and Beyond      
Janis Puracal, Forensic Justice Project, Portland
Beyond the Shadows: Child Abuse Reporting and Elder Abuse Reporting             
Michael Rees and Stephanie Engelsman, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland
(1 abuse reporting credit)

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:

• 7.25 general
• 1 ethics
• 1 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.

Please allow 4–6 weeks for delivery of tangible items.