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2022 Annual Juvenile Law Conference CLE Archive

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Material Flash Drive - Audio MP3 and Written
Streaming Video with Written Material & Audio Download

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Annual Juvenile Law Conference • May 6-7 • Agate Beach Inn

Friday, May 6
Moderated by Tahra Sinks, Salem

Aid and Assist in Delinquency Cases
Dr. Holly Crossen, Portland

Michelle Ryan, Attorney, Portland
(1 mental health and substance use education credit)

Civil Claims Specific to Foster Care: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt Your Clients
Elements of 42 US Code § 1983 and state law claims, preservation, statutes of limitations and discovery.
Steven Rizzo, Attorney, Portland
Mary Skjelset, Attorney, Portland

Legislative Update
Mae Lee Browning, OCDLA Lobbyist, Portland

Saturday, May 7
Moderated by Diane Henkels, Newport

 What is the Troubled Teen Industry & What is the Accountability for Congregate Care Act?
Moderated by Annette Smith, Public Defender Services of Lane County
Senator Sara Gelser Blouin, District 8, Oregon
Caroline Cole, Co-CEO, Unsilenced, Oklahoma

Institutional Abuse Survivor Panel
Moderated by Annette Smith
Caroline Cole
Uvea Spezza Lopin, age 13
Ben Xander, age 18

Parental Alienation: A Review of the Science
Patricia Warford, PsyD, Newberg

Appellate Update
Christa Obold Eshleman, Youth, Rights & Justice, Attorneys at Law, Portland

Navigating Ethical Responsibilities in Dependency Cases: Identifying Conflicts and Other Ethical Dilemmas
Nik Chourey, Oregon State Bar, Tigard
(requesting 1.5 ethics 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, 1.5 ethics, 1.0 mental health/substance use credit

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.