Public Defense Management • October 26–27, 2017

10/26/2017 8:00 AM - 10/27/2017 5:00 PM (GMT-07:00) America/Los_Angeles

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Featured Speaker
David Carroll, Executive Director, Sixth Amendment Center, Boston, MA
“History Has Its Eyes on You: Public Defense — A National Perspective”

Registration
$255 lawyers by early bird deadline Oct 16 / $280 after
$160 nonlawyers by early bird deadline Oct 16 / $185 after
Online: ocdla.org
Phone: (541) 686-8716
Fax: (541) 686-2319
Mail: 101 East 14th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401
 
 
What’s included?
• Seminar admission (Thur–Fri)
• Written materials (electronic material link emailed in advance)
• Continental breakfast Thursday
• Hot breakfast Friday
• Thursday lunch
• Refreshments at breaks
• CLE credits


Hallmark Resort541-265-2600
744 SW Elizabeth Street, Newport, OR 97365
Make reservations by September 25.
 
$109 traditional one queen guestroom
$119 traditional two queen guestroom
$129 limited edition two queen guestroom

$139 limited edition king spa guestroom

Mention OCDLA to receive these special rates. No special OCDLA rates guaranteed after September 25.

 
Financial assistance?
Contact OCDLA by October 16 concerning partial scholarships, extended payment plans or creative payment arrangements.
 
Cancellations
Seminar cancellations made before October 19 will receive a refund less a $25 cancellation fee. Cancellations made after October 19—once material download link has been emailed—will receive a refund less a $100 cancellation/written material fee. This seminar is not audiotaped; no-shows will not receive CLE credit.

CLE Credit
Pending approval in Oregon.

Venue

Hallmark Resort541-265-2600
744 SW Elizabeth Street, Newport, OR 97365
Make reservations by September 25.
 
$109 traditional one queen guestroom
$119 traditional two queen guestroom
$129 limited edition two queen guestroom

$139 limited edition king spa guestroom

Mention OCDLA to receive these special rates. No special OCDLA rates guaranteed after September 25.
 

Agenda

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Moderator: Olcott Thompson, OCDLA President, Salem
 
Thursday, Oct. 26

8:00a – Registration / Continental Breakfast
 
8:30 – History Matters — The Public Defense Services Commission (PDSC)
Where We’ve Been — John Potter, Executive Director Emeritus, Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Eugene
Where We’re Headed — Per Ramfjord, Portland
How We Get There — Nancy Cozine, Executive Director, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
 
9:00 – Non-Stop: Report from the Battlefield
Eric Deitrick, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
Amy Miller, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
Mary Sofia, OCDLA Legislative Representative, Eugene


9:30 – Blow Us All Away: Criminal Justice Commission — Pretrial Justice, Profiling, etc.
Mike Schmidt, Executive Director, Criminal Justice Commission, Salem
 
10:15 – Take a Break
 
10:30 – Washington on Your Side: Justice Reinvestment — Making It Work for You  
Mike Schmidt
 
11:15 – My Shot: Power Mapping at the Local Level
Bobbin Singh, Executive Director, Oregon Justice Resource Center, Portland
 
12:15p – Lunch (included)
 
1:15 – We Know: Managing and Motivating Lawyers & Staff        
Jathan Janove, Janove Organization Solutions, Portland
 
2:45 – Take a Break
 
3:00 – Stay Alive: Employment Law Update
Matthew Ellis, Attorney, Portland
 
4:00 – What’d I Miss? Grand Jury, Preliminary Hearings & Practice Changes
Keith Rogers, Executive Director, Multnomah Defenders, Inc., Portland
Greg Scholl, Attorney, Metropolitan Public Defender Services, Inc., Hillsboro
 
5:00 – Adjourn for the day
 
5:15 – Reception


Friday, Oct. 27
 
7:45a – Breakfast
 
8:15 – History Has Its Eyes on You: Public Defense — A National Perspective
David Carroll, Executive Director, Sixth Amendment Center, Boston, MA
 
9:45 – Hurricane: Strategies to Manage the Aid & Assist Vortex
Alexander M. Millkey, Psy.D., Northwest Forensic Institute, Portland
Micky Logan, Legal Affairs Director, Oregon State Hospital, Salem
 
10:30 – Take a Break
 
10:45 – BREAKOUTS with OPDS Staff
 
CABINET BATTLE 1: Staff Track
Jeopardy with Analysts
Jenny Carson-Phillips, Fiscal Analyst/AP Supervisor
Amy Jackson, Public Defense Analyst
Caroline Meyer, Contract Manager
Stephanie Petersen, Budget & Finance Manager
Billy Strehlow, Senior Public Defense Analyst
Rachel Woods, Public Defense Analyst
 
CABINET BATTLE 2: Lawyer Track
Regional Breakouts — Win, Win, Win!
Nancy Cozine, Executive Director
Eric Deitrick, Deputy General Counsel
Paul Levy, General Counsel
Amy Miller, Deputy General Counsel

12:15pEvaluations and Adjourn
 
1:00 – Public Defense Services Commission Meeting

 

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