Annual Juvenile Law Conference • April 21-22

04/21/2017 11:00 AM - 04/22/2017 5:00 PM (GMT-07:00) America/Los_Angeles

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Annual Juvenile Law Conference
April 21–22, 2017
Hallmark Resort, Newport, OR

Interested in additional juvenile defense training? Explore our Juvenile Training Immersion Program.
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Registration
includes admission to the seminar, seminar material (PDF), continental breakfast and lunch on Saturday, refreshment at the breaks, and CLE credit.
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Early Bird Pricing
Save $25 on registration through April 11.
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Written Material
Written material is emailed to all registrants approximately one week prior to the seminar.
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Lodging
Hallmark Resort — FULL
1-844-815-5479
744 SW Elizabeth Street, Newport

Alternative Lodging
Shilo Inn Ocean Front Hotel
541-265-7701
536 SW Elizabeth Street, Newport
$109 Deluxe 2 Queen. Mention OCDLA to receive this special rate. Rate good until April 7.

Holiday Inn Express
541-867-3377
135 SE 32nd Street, Newport
$107 King, $114 2 Queen.
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Electronic Materials
We will email you download information shortly before the seminar.
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Scholarships Available
Contact OCDLA by April 11 concerning partial scholarships or extended payment plans.
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Who can attend?
OCDLA and WACDL members, other defense lawyers and those professionals and law students not involved in the prosecution function.
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What’s included in the fee?
• Seminar admission
• Electronic material download
• CLE credit
• Breakfast and lunch on Saturday
• Refreshments at the breaks
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Financial assistance?
Contact OCDLA by April 11 about scholarships, payment plans or creative payment arrangements.
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Cancellations
Cancellations made before April 14 will receive a refund less a $25 cancellation fee. Cancellations made after April 14 — once material download link has been emailed — will receive a refund less a $100 cancellation/written material fee. 
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New No-show Policy
Written materials are sent in advance to all participants. Audio materials in the form of MP3 recordings will be sent to OCDLA members only; nonmembers who do not attend are ineligible to receive the audio recordings or a refund.
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CLE Credit
Oregon – pending approval for credit in Oregon, Washingtion, California. Call regarding other states.



 

Venue

Lodging
Hallmark Resort
1-844-815-5479
744 SW Elizabeth Street, Newport
$107, $114, and $134 ppdo. Mention OCDLA to receive these special rates. Rate good until March 20, however, as of March 13 our block was nearly full.

Alternative Lodging
Shilo Inn Ocean Front Hotel
541-265-7701
536 SW Elizabeth Street, Newport
$109 Deluxe 2 Queen. Mention OCDLA to receive these special rates. Rate good until April 7.
 
 

Agenda

Program moderated by Danielle O’Brien, Eugene

Friday, April 21

10:45a | Early registration and check-in

11:00 | Documentary Film Screening: Untouchable (2016) (105 min)
An award-winning film written, directed, and produced by David Feige exploring America's sex offender laws.     BONUS

Noon | Registration and check-in continues

1:00p | From Blackstone to Gault to Roper, and Beyond: A Brief History of Juveniles and the Law and Suggestions for the Future

Angela Sherbo, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland
 
1:45p | Safeguarding Family Unity Through Early Zealous Advocacy
Shannon Flowers, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
Caitlin Mitchell, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland

 
2:45p | Break / Door Prizes
 
3:00p | Sex Offender Registration, Treatment, and Community Safety: A Public Health Lens (live videocast)
Elizabeth J. Letourneau, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore

4:15p | A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Inside an Enigma: 2017
Legislative Update
Mary Sell, OCDLA, Eugene
Amy Miller, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem

 
5:00p | Presentation of OCDLA Juvenile Law Awards presented to –
Angela Sherbo, recipient of the 2017 Julie H. McFarlane Lifetime Achievement Award
Dick Garbutt, recipient of the 2017 Juvenile Law Advocacy Award

 
5:15p | Reception in honor of award recipient(s)
 
5:30p | Reprise Screening: Untouchable (2016) (105 min)    BONUS

 
Saturday, April 22
8:00a | Continental Breakfast (included)
 
8:30a The Evidentiary Pitfalls of Soft Science
Kevin Sali, Attorney, Portland
 
9:30a | Civil Rights Violations and Tort Claims in Child Welfare Cases
Katie Haraguchi, Attorney, Portland
Cody Hoesly, Attorney, Portland
 
10:30a | Break / Door Prizes
 
10:45a | Looking for What We Expect to Find:  How Motivated Reasoning Impacts the Fair Administration of Justice
Hon. Darleen Ortega, Oregon Court of Appeals, Salem
Carrie Leonetti, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene
Erik Girvan, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene

 
12:00p | Lunch (included)
 
1:00p | Representing Clients Confronting Uncertainty in Immigration Status
Stephanie Engelsman, Metro Public Defender Services, Portland
 
2:00p | Dependency and Delinquency Appellate Update
Hon. Megan L. Jacquot, Coos County Circuit Court, Coquille
Tiffany Keast, Attorney, Portland
Sarah Peterson, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem

 
3:30p | Break / Door Prizes
 
3:45p | Child Abuse Reporting:  Overrepresentation of Communities of Color
Kasia Rutledge, Metro Public Defender Services, Portland
 
4:45p | Adjourn


Program subject to change. CLE credit approval pending in Oregon, Washington, and California.

Speakers

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Speakers HTML Field Confirmed Guest Presenter

Dr. Antoinette Kavanaugh, Forensic Clinical Psychologist, Chicago, IL

Dr. Kavanaugh is a licensed forensic clinical psychologist with over 15 years of experience providing forensic assessments and consultation in juvenile, criminal, civil, and capital cases nationwide. Read more about Dr. Kavanaugh.

 

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