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2021 Winter Conference: Reborn from the Ashes CLE Archive Package

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2021 Winter Conference
CLE Program

Friday, December 3
Moderated by Elizabeth Wakefield, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland

Chapter 1      
Attorneys and Investigators: Working Toward a More Perfect Union

James Comstock, Investigator, Portland
Steve Wilson, Investigator, Portland
Chapter 2   
Appellate Update

Rond Chananudech, Senior Deputy Public Defender, Office of Public Defense Services
Chapter 3
Remote Jury Selection

Cort Heroy, Litigation Consultant, Eugene
Grant Hartley, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland
Jessica Kampfe, Director, Multnomah Defenders, Inc., Portland
Lee Wachocki, Director, Multnomah Defenders, Inc., Portland

Introducing: Stephen Singer, New Executive Director, Office of Public Defense Services

Chapter 4
Commutations, Conviction Integrity

Aliza Kaplan, Director, Criminal Justice Reform Clinic, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland
& special guests:
Sterling Cunio, Clemency Client Released from OSP After 27 Years
Natalie Hollabaugh, Equal Justice Works Attorney, Fellow, Criminal Justice Clinic, Lewis & Clark Law
Mark Cebert & Saral Long, Law Students, Clemency/SB 819 Project, Criminal Justice Clinic, Lewis & Clark Law

Saturday, December 4
Moderated by Lee Berger, Portland

Chapter 5
Child & Elder Abuse Reporting
Abuse Credit
Michael Rees, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland
Chapter 6
The New Deal:  Sentencing Arguments for Drug Dealing and Possession in Light of Hubbell

Ryan Scott, Attorney, Portland
Chapter 7
Mindfulness 101: Why and How to Get Started Mental Health/Substance Use Credit

John Devlin, Attorney, Portland
Chapter 8
Ethical Issues in Mental Health Cases Ethics Credit

David Elkanich, Legal Ethics Attorney, Portland
Allison Knight, Public Defender Services of Lane County, Eugene

In Oregon, the total number of approved credits for is 1 ethics, 1 abuse reporting, 1 mental health/substance use, and 5.5 general credits.

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.

Downloads are for members only and the files are intended to be used by the purchasing member only. Please do not distribute. You will be provided with a download link at the end of the cart checkout process or via an emailed receipt. If you do not receive the link or the link is not working contact OCDLA during business hours, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Download the CLE Archive contents: After you have received your emailed receipt that contains the download link (to a Dropbox page), download the contents of the CLE Archive onto your computer rather than attempting to view the materials and/or listen to the audio online. Once you download the material and audio to your computer you will not need an internet connection to view or listen later. Once you land on the Dropbox page, look for a Download link or symbol.