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1 OCDLA CLE Catalog The 2014 CLE Catalog provides: A complete listing of credit-eligible OCDLA seminars going back three years. Titles of presentations and names of speakers for each seminar. A Seminars at a Glance grid to quickly look up a seminar in chronological order. Seminars arranged by topic, such as all Annual Conferences, all Juvenile Law seminars, DUII/ Drugs seminars, Trial/Practice Skills seminars, and more. A quick list of specialty credits ethics, access to justice and child abuse reporting offered as stand-alone credits so you get just what you need. Audio and written CLE materials available for credit to OCDLA members. The Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association is an approved CLE Provider for the Oregon1State Bar and DPSST. (541) ocdla.org

2 Table of Contents Seminars at a Glance, by Year...3 Seminars by Topic (credits listed)...4 Quick List of Specialty Credits (with order form)...6 Order Form...7 Annual Conferences...8 Juvenile Law Seminars...10 Investigation, Forensics, Technology DUII and Drugs Trial/Practice Skills Death Penalty Seminars Special Topics Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association OCDLA works for the criminal defense attorney and the rights of the criminally accused through continuing legal education, legislative action, formal and informal networking and professional support services. Furthermore, the Association promotes public awareness and understanding of the function and duties of criminal defense in general. Membership in OCDLA is open to defense lawyers, law professors, and those professionals and law students directly involved in the defense function. Members of OCDLA receive: The Oregon Defense Attorney newsletter The Legislative Analysis PDF Download published annually Access to the OCDLA listserv and members -only areas of the Library of Defense Discounts on OCDLA publications & CLE registrations Exclusive use of OCDLA s Expert Witness Database Option of joining OCDLA s Capital Defenders with separate listserv. 2

3 Seminars at a Glance 2014 Z is for Zealous: Effective Criminal Defense Advocacy Portland, January Defending the Modern DUII Eugene, March Juvenile Law: Preserving the Promise of Juvenile Court Recognizing and Mitigating Collateral Consequences Newport, April Annual Conference Bend, June Hard Time Made Easy: How to Sentencing Eugene, March Current inssues in Post-Conviction Relief Eugene, March Juvenile Law: Protecting Clients, Finding Justice Preventing Atrocities in Juvenile Court Newport, April Sources of Information, Investigation Seminar Portland, April Annual Conference Bend, June Sex Cases 2.0 Newport, September Juvenile Law Training Academy: 2013 Eugene, October Death Penalty Defense Gleneden Beach, October Sunny Climate Seminar The Big Island, Hawaii, November Winter Conference: Portland, Dec The Evidence Code 2012 New Lawyers Seminar Portland, January Investigators Training Silverton, March DUII Defense: Science, Doubt and Success Silverton, March Juvenile Law: Kids Are Different Newport, April Annual Conference Bend, June Search and Seizure Newport, September Juvenile Law Training Academy: 2012 Eugene, October Death Penalty Defense Silverton, October Sunny Climate Seminar The Big Island, Hawaii, November Winter Conference: Portland,Nov 30 - December Scott, De Muniz and the Credit Bomb 2011 Sex Cases: When a Child Is Involved Newport, September Juvenile Law Training Academy Eugene, October Death Penalty Defense: The Cutting Edge Pendleton, October Sunny Climate Seminar Maui, Hawaii, November Winter Conference: Portland, December Using the Evidence Code to Win 3

4 OCDLA CLE Seminars by Topic Eligible Seminars September 2011 June 2014 This catalog contains seminars eligible for obtaining CLE credit from the Oregon and Washington State Bars and the Bureau of Public Safety Standards and Training. To obtain CLE credit, you must be a current OCDLA member and order both written & audio materials for the seminars of interest. To order, call 541/ , go to or fill out the order form on the last page of this catalog. Allow 7 10 days for shipping. Quick List of Specialty Credits Page Ethics, Access to Justice, and Child Abuse Reporting Credits 6 Annual Conferences Date/YR CLEs 2014 June general, 1 ethics June general, 1 ethics June general, 2 prac skills (or gen), 1 a/j...9 Juvenile Law (CAR = Child Abuse Reporting) Preserving the Promise of Juvenile Court, Apr 14 (pending approval)...10 Mitigating Collateral Consequences Juvenile Law Training Academy: 2013 Oct gen, 1 eth, 1 a/j, 3.75 prac skills...10 Protecting Clients, Finding Justice, Apr general, 2 ethics...11 Preventing Atrocities in Juvenile Court Best Practices in Juvenile Dependency Law Oct general, 1 ethics, 1.5 a/j...11 Kids Are Different Apr 12 8 general, 1 ethics, 1 CAR...12 Effective Strategies in Challenging Times Oct general, 2 ethics, 2.5 a/j or gen...12 Investigation, Forensics, Technology Sources of Information Apr general, 1 ethics, 1 a/j...13 Investigators Training Mar general or prac skills...13 DUII, Drugs Defending the Modern DUII Mar general...14 DUII Defense: Science, Doubt, Success Mar general, 2 prac skills or gen...14 Trial/Practice Skills Z is for Zealous: Effective Crim Defense Jan prac skills, 1 ethics...16 Sunny Climate Seminar Nov general or prac skills...15 New Lawyers Jan prac skills or general, 1 ethics...15 continued 4

5 Seminars by Topic, continued Death Penalty Date CLEs Page Essential Tools for the Capital Defender Oct general,.5 a/j...17 Moving the Goalposts: Oct 12 8 general...17 Maximizing the ABA Guidelines The Cutting Edge Oct general, 2.0 prac skills or gen...17 Special Topics 2013 Winter Conference: Dec 13 9 gen, 1 ethics,.75 a/j...18 The Evidence Code Sex Cases 2.0 Sept general, 1 a/j Winter Conference: Dec general, 1 prac skills, 3 ethics, Scott, De Muniz, & The Credit Bomb 3 a/j, 1 CAR Sunny Climate Seminar Nov general...19 Search & Seizure Sep general Winter Conference: Dec 11 Using the Evidence Code to Win general, 1 ethics...20 Sunny Climate Seminar Nov general, 1 prac skills or gen...21 Sex Cases: When a Child Is Involved Sep gen, 1 eth, 4 prac skills/gen...21 Order Form...7 5

6 OCDLA s Quick List Oregon State Bar Specialty Credits Only $40 per credit. Each talk listed (with some exceptions) is worth one credit hour in the fields of ethics, access to justice, or child abuse reporting. Each comes with the audio version of the talk and accompanying written materials. To order, mark the box next to your selection(s), complete the order from and send in this page. You may also call OCDLA at 541/ While OCDLA works to keep this list current, be aware that presentations older than three years from your order will not be eligible for credit. Ethics Credits p What to Do When Your Client Is a Witness, Lisa J. Ludwig and David J. Elkanich, Portland, June 2014 p Ethics, Lane Borg, Metro PD, Portland, Jan 2014 p Tools to Combat Judicial Unfairness: The Ordinary and Extraordinary, Mult. Co. Judge Henry Kantor and Laura Graser, Portland, June 2013 p Ethics with Emily: The Return of the Great Oracle, Emily Simon, Noah Horst, and Ben O Glasser, Portland, Dec 2013 p The Luzerne Co. Scandal: Ethical Lapses and How to Stop This From Happening Again, Marsha Levick, Deputy Director and Chief Counsel, Juvenile Law Center, Philadelphia PA Apr 2013 p Outrageous Court Orders: Walking the Line Between Vigorous Advocacy & Contempt, Michael Levine, Dec 2012 p Ethical Issues Arising from a Mentally Ill Client, Alex Bassos, Dec 2012 p The Social Network: Facebook in Your Case Book, Ramon Pagan, Dec 2012 p Diligence & Zeal: Addresing the Uniqueness of Juvenile Clients, Paula Lawrence, April 2012 p How to Tell a Compelling Story When You Don t Know What the Evidence Will Be, Laurie Shertz, Dec 2011 p Resolving the Challenges of Complex Work, Lisa Kay, Jefff Carter, Linda Guss, October hours, $80 p The Ethics of Approaching and Interviewing the Child Witness, Cynthia Hamilton, September 2011 Access to Justice Credits p Mental Health and Criminal Defense: New Laws and New Evidence, Alex Bassos, Metro PD, Portland Dec 2013 (.75) p Representing Foreign Nationals, Hannah Gorman, Reprieve, Washington DC, Oct 2013 (.5 credit) p Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl A Review of the Court s Decision & ICWA, Craig Dorsay, Portland, Oct 2013 p Isms and Schisms: Managing the Ick Factor of Sex Crimes, Cynthia Roseberry, Macon, GA, Sept 2013 p Ethics: Facebook in Your Casebook, Lisa Ludwig, Portland p Involuntary Medication Hearings, Beth Englander, Disability Rights Oregon, Dec 2012 p Veteran Clients with PostTraumatic Stress Disorder, Dr. Landy Sparr, OHSU, Dec 2012 p You Have the Right to Remain Silent, Kasia Rutledge, Dec 2012 p ICWA Overview, Michael Livingston, Lea Ann Easton, Oct 2012 p Turning Bias to Your Benefit, The Honorable Kenneth Walker, June 2012 p Poverty & Child Welfare and Developmental Disability and Child Welfare Services, October hours $100 Child Abuse Reporting Credits p Child Abuse Reporting: More Than a CLE Credit, Linda Guss, DOJ, Medford, Apr 2014 p Child ABuse Reporting Noah Horst, Elizabeth Levi, Dec 2012 p Child ABuse Reporting: Why It s Not Just a Recurring CLE Credit, Chris Hardman, April 2012 Shipping Information Please Print Payment Information p Payment Enclosed Name Telephone (w) p Bill Me. p Credit: Address (no PO Boxes) City, State, Zip Expires: Billing Zip Code: Send this completed page to: OCDLA, 101 E. 14th Ave, Eugene OR 97401, or fax to: 541/ To order by phone, call 541/ Allow business days for processing. 7/14 6

7 Order Form The Oregon State Bar allows CLE credits for materials dated up to three years from the date of purchase. This catalog is updated twice yearly with OCDLA seminars and conferences elibible for credit. Full sets of materials (audio & written) are available to current OCDLA members only, at the price listed (nonmembers may order written material at a lower price, but do not receive CLE credit). Beginning in December 2004, seminar written materials are available in hardcopy format or on CD-ROM, at the prices listed beside the presentations. Seminar Title and Date Quantity Price Subtotal UPS Ground Shipping FREE *RUSH Shipping/Handling fee $25.00: TOTAL $ Name Shipping Address (no PO Boxes) City State Zip Phone Payment Method Check payable to OCDLA VISA/Master Card/American Express/Discover (circle one): Credit Card # Exp. Date Billing Zip Code: Cardholder Name Return with payment to: OCDLA 101 E. 14th Avenue Eugene, OR Fax credit card orders to: 541/ *Prices include UPS ground shipping. Allow 7 10 business days for your order to be processed. For questions on orders, prices for just written materials without audio, or for more information contact OCDLA at: 541/

8 2014 Annual Conference June 19 21, general 1 ethics OCDLA Annual Conferences $385 written materials on CD + audio $355 includes hardcopy The DSM-5: New Diagnoses and Old-School Politics Alex Millkey, Northwest Forensic Institute, Portland The Ground Beneath Us Is Sand: New Strategies for the Defense Bar to Counter an Increasingly Unpredictable Supreme Court Bronson D. James, Portland A Beginner s Guide to Forfeiture and Property Issues in Criminal Cases Matthew G. McHenry and Tiffany A. Harris, Portland Search and Seizure: Review of Significant Opinions and Preview of Pending Decisions, Justice Martha Lee Walters, Oregon Supreme Court Appellate Update: The Awards Show Joshua B. Crowther and Erik Blumenthal, Office of Public Defense Svcs, Salem Working with the Press John Costa, Editor-in-Chief, The Bend Bulletin, Bend, Duane Bosworth, Salem, and Kateri Walsh, Oregon State Bar, Tigard New Methods of Dealing with Junk Science and the Witnesses Who Present It Richard Kammen, Indianapolis, IN New Frontiers: Why Does Oregon Need an Innocence Project? Steven T. Wax, Federal Public Defenders Office, Portland What to Do When Your Client Is a Witness Lisa J. Ludwig and David J. Elkanich, Portland Reentry Court Including Implementation in State Court Willie Blasher, United States District Court Creating an Environment Where Jurors Want to Tell You Their Secrets: The Cocktail Party Approach to Jury Selection Richard Kammen, Indianapolis, IN Includes these Breakouts 2013 Annual Conference June 13 15, general 1 ethics $385 written materials on CD + audio $355 includes hardcopy Sell Hearings, Expungements: Now With Even More Expungeability (Like Sex Crimes & B-Felonies), Recent Changes to the Juvenile Code Relating to Records, Including Those Required by ecourt Implementation, Sentencing Strategies and Tips for the New Felony Practitioner, New Ways to Manage Discovery: ipads and More, Juvenile Dependency and Termination of Parental Rights Appellate Update, What the Implementation of DOC Evidence-Based Practices Means for You and Your Client Bronson D. James, Portland Advanced Discovery Michael A. Rees, Metro Public Defender, Portland Classen, Lawson and Eyewitness Law: The Scientific Evaluation of Eyewitness Identification Marc D. Brown, Office of Public Defense Svcs, Salem The Supremes: A Practical Update Angela Sherbo, Youth, Rights & Justice, Attys at Law, Portland Home Is Where the iphone Is: Moving the Fourth Amendment into the Digital Age Ryan Timothy O Connor, Portland The Sons (and Daughters) of Lawson Applying the Lawson Analysis Far and Wid Colette S. Peters,, Director, Oregon Department of Corrections, Salem The Promise of Gideon in the Age of Terror Steven T. Wax, Federal Public Defender, Portland 8

9 Annual Conferences, continued Includes these Breakouts Appellate Update Dan Bennett & Morgen Daniels, Office of Public Defense Svcs, Salem Tools to Combat Judicial Unfairness: The Ordinary and Extraordinary Judge Henry Kantor, Multnomah County Circuit Court, and Laura Graser, Portland Hands-on Voir Dire for DUII Cases, Measure 57: Enhanced Strategies for Enhanced Property Offenses, Young Defendants in Criminal and Juvenile Court: Navigating Both Worlds Successfully, Your ipractice Make the Most of Your Mobile Device, Hands-on Demonstration of FST and DRE, You Weren t Mentally Ill Yesterday, But You Are Today: Changes in the DSM Annual Conference June 14 16, general 2 practical skills (or gen) 1 access to justice $285 written materials on CD + audio $300 includes hardcopy Includes these Breakouts Appellate Awards Show Lindsay Detweiler, Dan Bennett, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem New Mental Health Laws Alex Bassos, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland; Mary Claire Buckley, Psychiatric Security Review Board, Portland; Mickey Feusse Logan, Oregon State Hospital Legal Af fairs Director, Salem; Not Guilty: How Nonverbal Communication Can Make or Break Your Case Sari De la Motte, FORTE, Portland Stops: The Appellate Zone Hon. Michael McShane, Hon. Eric Bergstrom, Multnomah County Courthouse, Portland Watching the Watchers Amy Baggio, Federal Public Defenders Office, Portland Nonverbal Strategies for Court Sari de la Motte and Melissa Chureau, FORTE, Portland Vouching Rosalind Lee, Eugene Release Hearings Celia Howes, Portland Science for Trial Lawyers Russell Barnett, Portland Turning Bias to Your Benefit Hon. Kenneth Walker, Multnomah County Courthouse, Portland Testing for Kids: What Works, What Doesn t Post-Conviction Relief: Pleadings, Process & Proof Sentencing 101, Part 1& II Post Conviction Relief: Issue Identification & Investigation Probing Probation Proceedings 9

10 Juvenile Law Seminars Preserving the Promise of Juvenile Court: Recognizing & Mitigating Collateral Consequences April 25 26, 2014 Hallmark Resort, Newport CLE credit pending approval $230 zip download of written material MP3 audio $255 writtten (pdf) & audiocds $285 written hard copy & audiocds $150 written only Nuts & Bolts + Experience = Better Outcomes for Oregon Families October 21 22, 2013 Valley River Inn 8.25 general 1 ethics 1 access to justice 3.75 practical skills $120 zip download of written material MP3 audio $135 writtten (pdf) & audiocds $165 written hard copy & audiocds $ 75 written only Understanding, Avoiding, Mitigating and Removing Collateral Consequences Wendy Johnson, Oregon Law Commission, Salem, and Lisa Kay, Youth, Rights and Justice, Attorneys at Law, Portland Raised on the Registry: The Irreparable Harm of Placing Children on Sex Offender Registries in the U.S., Part I (Live Video Feed) Nicole Pittman, Lawyer and Consultant, Advocating for Youth Affected by Sex Offender Laws Practicing What Pittman Preaches Emily Simon, Portland, and Sonja Rietman, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Hillsboro Questions and Answers with Emily Emily Simon Cross-Examining the Psychologist Katherine Berger, Portland Results May Vary: Enhanced Performance Under State Bar Standards (ethics) Paul Levy, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem, and Lea Ann Easton, Portland Immigration - Dependency and Delinquency Anna Ciesielski, Oregon Immigration Group, Portland Appellate Update Shannon Storey and Sarah Peterson, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Legislative Update: Aid and Assist, Records, ecourt and More Mark McKechnie, Executive Director, Youth, Rights and Justice, Attorneys at Law, Portland Child Abuse Reporting: More Than a CLE Credit (child abuse reporting) Linda Guss, Oregon Department of Justice, Medford Retrospective and Charge for the Future Michael Livingston, Retired Juvenile Law Staff Counsel, Oregon Judicial Department, Salem Fundamentals of Pre-Jurisdiction Advocacy Case Preparation, Admissions vs. Trial, Sufficient Admission Language, Litigation Strategies Kamala Shugar, Asst. Attorney in Charge, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Eugene; Rebecca May, Hudson May LLC, Eugene, John Kim, John H. Kim PC, Eugene Experts: Selection, Working Relationships and Agreements, Trial Preparation, and the DSM-V Dr. Lorah Sebastian, Licensed Psychologist, Portland Parental Drug Use & Impact on Families Dr. Carl Hart, Columbia University, New York, NY Differential Response & DHS Updates Lois Day, Director of Child Welfare, DHS, Salem 2013 Legislative Session Update Lisa Kay, Youth Rights & Justice, Portland Retrospective and Charge for the Future Linda Guss, Retired Assistant Attorney in Charge, DOJ?Child Advocacy Section, Portland Washington State Parent Representation Program Joanne Moore, Executive Director, Washington State Office of Public Defense, Olympia, WA Current Events: Parent & Child Representation Pilot Program, Draft Performance Standards & RPCs, Court?Rule Changes, & PDSC Expectations for Lawyers Representing Children and Parents (1.0 ethics) continued 10

11 Juvenile Law Seminars, continued Nuts & Bolts + Experience continued Juvenile Law Seminar Protecting Clients, Finding Justice, Preventing Atrocities in Juvenile Court April 12 13, 2013 Hallmark Resort, Newport 7.25 general 2 ethics $230 zip download of written material MP3 audio $245 writtten (pdf) & audiocds $275 written hard copy & audiocds Best Practices in Juvenile Dependency Law October 15 16, 2012 Valley River Inn 12 general 1 ethics 1.5 access to justice $120 zip download of written material MP3 audio $135 writtten (pdf) & audiocds $165 written hard copy & audiocds $ 75 written only Nancy Cozine, Executive Director, and Paul Levy, General Counsel, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl A Review of the Court s Decision & ICWA Craig Dorsay, Portland Using the Evidence Code in Juvenile Proceedings Professor Carrie Leonetti, University of Oregon, Eugene Appellate Update: Basics of Practice and Upcoming Issues Shannon Storey, Sr. Attorney, Juvenile Appellate Section, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem; Inge Wells, Senior AAG, Appellate Division, Salem US Supreme Court Cases of the Last Decade Marsha Levick, Deputy Director and Chief Counsel, Juvenile Law Center, Philadelphia PA Appellate Update: Evidentiary Issues in Dependency, Delinquency and TPR Cases Angela Sherbo, Youth, Rights & Justice, Attys at Law, Portland, Tahra Sinks, Salem, Mary-Shannon Storey, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem, and Kimberlee Volm, Portland The New Performance Standards: What Every Practitioner Needs to Know Lea Easton, Portland, Joseph Hagedorn, Metropolitan Public Defender in Portland, Julie McFarlane, Youth, Rights & Justice, Attys at Law, Tahra Sinks, and Mary-Shannon Storey Preindictment Essentials Juveniles with Measure 11 Charges/Parents in the Dependency System Elizabeth Levi, Portland The Luzerne Co. Scandal: Ethical Lapses and How to Stop This From Happening Again Marsha Levick Oregon s New 2012 Child Interviewing Guidelines Lisa Maxfield, Professor Daniel Reisberg, Reed, and Wendy Ransford, Forensic Psychologist, Portland Ethics: Facebook in Your Casebook Lisa Ludwig, Portland A National Perspective Donald N. Duquette, Founder, Child Advocacy Law Clinic, University of Michigan Law School ICWA Overview Michael Livingston, Oregon Judicial Dept., Salem; Lea Ann Easton, Portland QUICWA: Tools & Strategies for Ensuring ICWA Compliance Paul Minehart, Program Director, Indian Child Welfare Program, Minneapolis American Indian Center Guardians Ad Litem: Best Practices & Requirements of ORS 419B.231 Emily Cohen, Guardian Ad Litem, Portland; Inge Wells, Senior AAG, Appellate Division, Salem; Megan Jacquot, Coos Bay Litigating Removal John Anderson, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Portland; Jeff Carter, Salem; Jennifer Kimble, Madras Placement Options at DHS Maurita Johnson, Dept. of Human Services, Salem; John Anderson, Jeff Carter, Jennifer Kimble Jurisdictional Hearings Michele DesBrisay, Multnomah County DA s Office, Portland; Jennifer McGowan, Youth, Rights & Justice, Jamie Troy, II, Portland continued 11

12 Juvenile Law Seminars, continued Best Practices, continued Kids Are Different April 20 21, 2012 Hallmark Resort, Newport 8.0 general 1.0 ethics 1.0 child abuse reporting $250 audio/written materials on CD $260 includes hardcopy Effective Strategies for Advocacy in Challenging Times October 17 18, 2011 Valley River Inn, Eugene 9.5 general 2.0 ethics 2.5 access to justice/general $110 written & audio materials $60 written only (not credit-eligible) Review Hearings Catherine Terwilliger, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Portland; Joseph Hagedorn, Metropolitan Public Defender s Office, Jennifer McGowan Brain Development of Children in Foster Care Dr. Philip Fisher, Oregon Social Learning Center, Eugene Ten Family Law Tips Every Dependency Lawyer Should Know Julia Hagan, Portland; Robin Wright, Portland; Bradley Lechman-Su, Portland Permanency Hearings Mary Bruington, Metropolitan Public Defender s Office, Washington Co.; Catherine Terwilliger, Megan Jacquot Relinquishment: Ethics of Representation During Relinquishment Gail Schelle, Dept. of Human Services, Salem; Carmen Brady-Wright, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Portland; Gay Canaday, Independent Defenders, Inc., Lake Oswego; Steve Rosenbaum, Oregon City Termination of Parental Rights Trials Carmen Brady-Wright, Gay Canaday, Steve Rosenbaum ETHICS Diligence and Zeal: Addressing the Uniqueness of Juvenile Clients Paula Lawrence, Attorney, McMinnville When DHS Ticks You Off, Don t Get Mad, Get Results Tahra Sinks, Attorney, Salem; Tom Crabtree, Attorney, Bend How to Prepare Clients for Psychosexual Evaluations Dr. William Davis, Portland Waiver of Counsel Chief Justice Paul De Muniz, Oregon Supreme Court Back to Basics: In re Gault What Does it Mean in 2012? Honorable Elizabeth Welch, Retired Multnomah County Circuit Court Chief Judge Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus: Sinking Your Teeth Into Relief From Juvenile Sex Offender Registration Gwen Griffith, Tonkon Torp LLP, Portland Cruel and Unusual Punishment / Applying 8th Amendment Standards: Practice Tips in Light of J.D.B., Roper, and Graham Paul Holland, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Associate Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law Teenager & Young Adult Panel The Real Experts Moderated by Karen Stenard, Eugene Appellate Update: Preservation & New Case Law Shannon Flowers and Shannon Storey, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Child Abuse Reporting: Why It s Not Just a Recurring CLE Credit Chris Hardman, Attorney, Portland Negotiating the Intersection of Developmental Disability & Child Welfare Services Julia Greenfield and Jim Wrigley, Disability Rights Oregon; Bruce Baker, Children s Services, Dept. of Human Services Office of Developmental Disabilities, Salem; Kath ryn Weit, Interim Executive Director, Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities, Salem Dependency Law By the Book (Part I) Inge Wells, Sr. Assistant Attorney General, Dept. of Justice Appellate Division, Salem, and Shannon Storey, Senior Deputy Public Defender, Juvenile Appellate Section, Of fice of Public Defense Services, Salem Dependency Law By the Book (Part II) Ethics: Resolving the Challenges of Complex Work Lisa Kay, Youth, Rights & Justice Attorneys at Law, Portland; Jeff Carter, Salem; Linda Guss, Assistant Attorney in Charge, Dept. of Justice Child Advocacy Section, Portland 12

13 Investigation, Forensics, Technology Seminars Sources of Information: Ethically Getting What You Want April 27, 2013 World Trade Center, Portland 4.5 general 1 ethics 1 access to justice $110 zip download of written material & MP3 audio $125 written materials on CD + audio $155 includes hardcopy Investigators Training March 9, 2012 Oregon Garden Resort, Silverton 3.50 practical skills/general $40 written materials on CD + audio $50 includes hardcopy Mining Public Information Sources. Proprietary databases, OJIN Eli Rosenblatt, Suzanne Clarke, and Erin Howell, Portland Investigators, and Stephanie Guerena, Oregon Judicial Dept. Macs, idevices, and Social Media Diligence: What Your Discovery Is Missing (and How to Make Sure You Get It) Eli Rosenblatt, Investigator, Portland Understanding Gang Culture: Best Practices for Investigators and Attorneys Working Together on Cases with Gang Issues David Carlson, Investigator, Tualatin Surveillance: Opportunities and Pitfalls Tracey Weidner, Investigator, Portland Critical Elements of Investigators and Attorneys Team Building: Setting Expectations and Achieving Results Together Andy Kohlmetz, Attorney, and Mark Robertson, Investigator, Portland The Ethics of Discovery: Know When to Hold Them David McDonald, Attorney, Portland Getting the Records You Need Rene Denfeld, Portland Like Putting Nails in a Board: Report Writing Is Easier Than You Think Rene Denfeld, Portland, and Rhonda Coats, Bend Giving Your Story Backbone: Using the Hero s Story to Develop and Present the Theme of Your Case Gordon Mallon, Silverton, Rich Hursey, Eugene, Laura Rittall, Portland 13

14 DUII, Drugs Seminars Defending the Modern DUII March 7 8, 2014 Eugene Hilton 7.75 general $230 zip download of written material and MP3 audio $255 written material on CD + audio $285 includes hard copy of material $150 written material only DUII Defense: Science, Doubt and Success March 9 10, 2012 Oregon Garden, Silverton 7.75 general, 2.0 practical skills or general $190 zip download of written material and MP3 audio $205 written material on CD + audio $220 includes hard copy of material What You and Your Clients Need to Know about Ignition Interlock Devices and Treatment Requirements Bruce Tarbox, Oregon City Selecting Your Best Jury: Classic Approaches and Creative Techniques Alex Cambier, Multnomah Defenders, Inc., Portland This Is Your Case on Drugs: Drug DUIIs Here and Beyond Neal Weingart, Portland Counting Backwards: Winning Methods with the Widmark and Retrograde Extrapolation Brian Cox, Eugene Persuading Your Judge in the DMV Hearing Administrative Law Judge Jill Messecar, and Lead Administrative Law Judge Michael Francis, Office of Administrative Hearings, Tualatin Exigency and Suppression: Navigating the Post-Machuca World Kali Montague, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Special Considerations and Lines of Attack for the Felony DUII Brad Kalbaugh, Multnomah Defenders, Inc., Portland DUII Appellate Update Jonah Morningstar, Ashland The Science and Flaws of Blood Draws Kenn Meneely, Willamette Valley Forensics, Elmira Defending Marijuana DUIIs Paul Armentano, Deputy Director, NORML, Vallejo, CA Post-Machuca Appellate Update Jonah Morningstar, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Retrograde Extrapolations: When & How the Crime Lab Testifies Robert Jones, Oregon State Police Crime Lab, Clackamas Forensic Toxicology Quality Control for the Defense Kenn Meneely, Willamette Valley Forensics, Veneta Field Sobriety Tests: There s a Procedure for That Trace Schreiner, Investigator, Newberg Becoming Familiar with Retrograde Extrapolation Bart Reid, Northwest Forensics Lab, Oregon City Asking & Listening: Skills for Selecting a Jury Stacey Reding, Multnomah Defenders, Inc., Portland Effective Cross Examination and Preparing and Preserving a Case for Appeal John Henry Hingson, III, Oregon City Panel Challenging Priors, Gas Chroma with FID, and more! Lisa Ludwig, Portland, Peter Carini, Medford 14

15 Trial/Practice Skills Seminars Z Is for Criminal Defense January 25, 2014 World Trade Center, Portland 5.75 practical skills 1.0 ethics $110 zip download of written material and MP3 audio $55 written material only Advanced Trial Skills November 12, 2013 Fairmont Orchid, The Big Island, HI 6.5 general or practical skills $200 zip download of written material and MP3 audio Current Isues in Post- Conviction Relief Procedure and Practice March 8, 2013 Eugene Hilton 3.25 general $65 zip download of written material and MP3 audio $70 written material on CD + audio $75 includes hard copy of material Trial Preparation and Organization Chris O Connor, Attorney, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Portland Client Communications Elizabeth Wakefield, Chief Attorney, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Portland Voir Dire Noah Horst, Attorney, Portland Ethics Lane Borg, Executive Director, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Portland Motion Practice Ryan Scott, Attorney, Portland Cross-Examination U.S. District Judge Michael McShane, Eugene Sentencing and Mitigation Lisa Ludwig, Attorney, Portland Storytelling / Closing Argument Russell Barnett, III, Attorney, Portland The Story Form Method: Why It Works Keith Belzer, Madison, WI If You Build It, They Will Come. Using Story to Create Key Moments, Win Difficult Evidentiary Battles, and Vindicate the Client Cathy Bennett, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Boston, MA Direct Examination: Not the Same Old Stuff (Lecture & Demo) Keith Belzer Storytelling Through Cross-Examination Abe Hutt, Denver, CO Closing Arguments That Win Cathy Bennett Negotiating Through Storytelling Keith Belzer Pleading and Motion Practice in the New PCR Era Noel Grefenson, Salem, and Jason Weber, Portland Issue Identifiation and Development Jeff Ellis, Director, Oregon Capital Resource Center, Portland Strategies and Tactics in the Presentation of Evidence Kathleen Correll, Portland Federal Habeas Corpus Considerations for State PCR Lawyers Michael Levine, Portland 15

16 Trial Practice, continued New Lawyers Seminar January 28, 2012 World Trade Center, Portland 5.75 practical skills 1.0 ethics $95 zip download of written material and MP3 audio $110 written material on CD + audio $125 includes hard copy of material Trial Preparation and Organization Chris O Connor, Attorney, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland Client Communications Elizabeth Wakefield, Chief Attorney, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland Voir Dire Noah Horst, Attorney, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland Ethics Lane Borg, Executive Director, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland Motion Practice Ryan Scott, Attorney, Private Practice, Portland Cross-Examination Conor Huseby, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland Sentencing and Mitigation Laurie Shertz, Attorney, Private Practice, Portland Storytelling / Closing Argument Lisa Ludwig, Attorney, Private Practice, Portland 16

17 Death Penalty Seminars Essential Tools for the Capital Defender- Occtober 25 26, 2013 Salishan Resort, Gleneden Beach 7.5 general.5 access to justice $230 zip download written material & MP3 audio $245 written material on CD + audio $285 includes hard copy of material Welcome to the Digital Age: Organizing and Sharing Information Mark Larranaga, Attorney, and Colin Byrne, Paralegal, Seattle, WA Keynote: What Matters Most Dennis Balske, Portland Narrative Sympathy: Creating Compelling Mitigation Stories Russell Stetler, National Mitigation Coordinator, Federal Public Defender, Oakland, Repairing Harm, Encouraging Responsibility: Restorative Justice Rachel Cunliffe, Asst. Professor in Conflict Resolution, Portland State University, Portland Indispensable: Colorado Method of Jury Selection David Lane, Denver CO 10 Years Since Wiggins: What s Changed Russell Stetler Representing Foreign Nationals Hannah Gorman, Reprieve, Washington DC Putting It All Together Panel Discussion Moving the Goalposts: Maximizing the ABA Guidelines Occtober 20 21, 2012 Oregon Resort, Silverton 8 general $230 zip download written material & MP3 audio $245 written material on CD + audio $275 includes hard copy of material $150 written material only The Cutting Edge October 21 22, 2011 Wildhorse Resort, Pendleton 6.25 general 2.0 practical skills or general $160 written materials on CD + audio $175 includes hardcopy In the beginning... The Importance of Childhood Issues in Every Case Kathy Wayland, Habeas Corpus Resource Center, San Francisco, CA What Are They Doing In There? : Legal Update Bronson James, Portland Don t Call Me That! : Talking About Symptoms, Not Diagnosis Jeff Ellis, Director, Oregon Capital Resource Center, Portland, and Kathy Wayland Point of View : The Perspective of the Client Jason Baldwin, Seattle WA Fiddling While Rome Is Burning : Litigation in an Age of Abolition Raoul Schonemann, Southern Center for Human Rights, Atlanta, GA The Good, the Bad, the Ugly : A Short History of the Guidelines Robin Maher, ABA Death Penalty Representation Project, Washington, DC You Can t Handle the Truth : False Confessions Gordon Mallon, Silverton A Swiss Army Knife Is a Useful Tool : Using the Guidelines and Getting Judges to Use Them Robin Maher and Raoul Schonemann New Technology: Managing Information Aimee Baxter, Bridge City Legal, Portland Picking the Right Expert Richard Adler, MD, FASD Experts/Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Univ. of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA Neuroimaging Jeff Ellis, Director, Oregon Capital Resource Center, Portland Separating the Junk from the Science Richard Wolf, Portland Keeping the Client Whole Sean O Brien, University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law, Kansas City, MO Future of Future Dangerousness Thomas Reidy, PhD, ABPP, Salinas, CA Supreme Court and 9th Circuit Developments Steve Sady, Federal Public Defender, Portland Representing Foreign Nationals Anna Tkaczynska, Reprieve, New Orleans, LA 17

18 Winter Conference: The Evidence Code December 6 7, 2013 The Benson Hotel, Portland 9 general 1 ethics.75 access to justice $265 zip download written material & MP3 audio $280 written material on CD + audio $310 includes hard copy of material Special Topics a,b and Other Evidentiary Notice Traps and Opportunities Patrick Sweeney, Attorney, Portland The Ten Most Under-Utilized Hearsay Objections Cate Wollam, Multnomah Defenders, Portland Juvenile Aid and Assist: Law, Strategy and Science Julie McFarlane, Youth, Rights & Justice,Attorney, Portland, and Dr. Orin Bolstad, Clinical Child Psychologist, Portland The Common Flaw in Multi-Count Indictments that Will Get You a Dismissal Ryan Scott, Attorney, Portland Prior Bad Acts and Character Evidence Jessica Kampfe, Public Defender of Marion County Inc., Attorney, Salem Brady and the State s Affirmative Obligation Scott Sharp, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Attorney, Hillsboro Ethics with Emily: The Return of the Great Oracle Emily Simon, Attorney, Portland; Noah Horst, Attorney, Portland; Ben O Glasser, Attorney, Portland The Evidentiary Aspects of Police Officer Opinion Testimony Rosalind Lee, Attorney, Eugene Systematically Attacking Junk Science Chris Fabricant, Director of Strategic Litigation, Innocence Project, Attorney, New York Mental Health and Criminal Defense: New Laws and New Evidence Alex Bassos, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Attorney, Portland 2013 s New Criminal Laws The Ground Has Shifted Gail Meyer, OCDLA Legislative Advocate, Portland Common Judicial Misconceptions About the Evidence Code David Sherbo-Huggins and Alice Newlin-Cushing, Attorneys, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Sex Cases 2.0 September 20 21, 2013 Agate Beach Inn, Newport 8.25 general 1 access to justice $230 zip download written material & MP3 audio $245 written material on CD + audio $275 includes hard copy of material Discovery in Child Porn Cases: Complex Discovery Phil Lewis, Portland Electronic Discovery: Current Technologies Marcus Lawson, Global CompuSearch, Portland Prior Bad Acts Dave Ferry, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Dangers and Pitfalls When Your Client Is Being Pursued In Both State and Federal Court Whitney Boise & Celia Howes, Portland Isms and Schisms: Managing the Ick Factor of Sex Crimes Cynthia Roseberry, Macon, GA Witness Competency after Lawson: Laying the Foundation Lisa Maxfield, Portland Voir Dire Cynthia Roseberry What Defense Attorneys and Defendants Should Expect While Client Is on Probation for a Sex Offense: Perspective of DCJ Alison Kinsey, Community Justice Manager, Multnomah County Dept. of Community Justice, and Leticia Longoria-Navarro, Probation Officer, Portland Legislative Alert! Sex Offender Registration Law Changed - What you need to negotiate effectively Gail Meyer, OCDLA Lobbyist, and Emily Simon, Portland Rape Shield Laws Susan Elizabeth Reese, Portland, and Shaun McCrea, Eugene 18

19 Special Topics, continued Hard Time Made Easy: How to Win at Sentencing March 8 9, 2013 Eugene Hilton 10 general $230 zip download written material & MP3 audio $245 written material on CD + audio $275 includes hard copy of material Winter Conference: De Muniz, Scott & the Credit Bomb November 30 - December 1, 2012 The Benson Hotel, Portland 3.5 general 1 practical skill 3 ethics 3 access to justice 1 child abuse reporting $280 zip download written material & MP3 audio Sunny Climate Seminar November 9, 2012 Mauna Lani Bay Hotel, Hawaii 6.5 general $165 zip download written material & MP3 audio $195 includes hard copy Separate Powers, Not Charges, People, and Money Jesse Wm. Barton, Salem What s the Score? Sentencing Guidelines Calculation Jesse Merrithew, Portland Departure Sentences Russell S. Barnett, III, Portland Evidence-based Practices and Creative Sentencing Celia Howes, Portland Merger and Consecutive/Concurrent Sentencing: Maybe It s Not So Bad Ben Andersen, Portland Introduction to Federal Sentencing Alison Clark, Federal Public Defenders Office, Portland The Hidden Consequences of a Conviction Stephanie Engelsman, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland Plea Bargains: Creative Options in Difficult Cases The Honorable Eric Bergstrom, Multnomah Co. Circuit Court, and Krista Shipsey, Portland The Sentencing Commission: A Report from the Inside New Arguments for Juveniles in Adult Court Marc Brown, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Restitution Rankin Johnson, IV, Portland You Have the Right to Remain Silent: Representing the Deaf Defendant Kasia Rutlege, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland Ethical Issues Arising from Representing a Mentally Ill Client Alex Bassos, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland Case Analysis, and Dynamic Cross-Examination Jim McComas, Wisconsin Schlemiel, Schlimazel: Charting a New Course on Accomplice Cases Ryan Scott, Portland The Future of Search and Seizure in the Oregon Supreme Court Justice Paul De Muniz, Oregon Supreme Court Veteran Clients with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury Dr. Lnady Sparr, Director, Forensic Psychiatry Training Program, OHSU Outrageous Court Orders: Walking the Line Between Vigorous Advocacy & Contempt Michael Levine, Portland Involuntary Medication Hearings Beth Englander, Disability Rights Oregon, Portland The Social Network: Facebook in Your Casebook Lisa Ludwig, and Ramon Pagan, Portland Child Abuse Reporting Noah Horst, Elizabeth Levi, Portland Minimizing Bad Evidence, and What if They Told You What They Really Think? Jury Selection for Difficult Cases Jeff Robinson, Seattle, WA Every Picture Tells a Story: The Use of Visual Aids Through Every Aspect of Trial, and Closing Argument: Avoiding Vog Cynthia Roseberry, Macon, GA Yesterday s Victim, Tomorrow s Defendant: The Issue of Childhood Sex Abuse at Sentencing, and 19

20 Special Topics, continued Opening Statement: Bringing Your Case to Life Colette Tvedt, Seattle, WA Search & Seizure September 14 15, 2012 Agate Beach Inn, Newport 9.25 general $230 zip download written material & MP3 audio $245 written material on CD + audio $275 includes hard copy of material $150 written material only Stops: What Is a Show of Authority? Erik Blumenthal, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Searching Your Client s Cell Phone and Mobile Devices Joe Metcalfe, Eugene CARS/Automobile Exception: Where Are We Going? Jonah Morningstar, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Search Warrants: Creative Challenges David McDonald, Portland Federal Search & Seizure Update Craig Weinerman, Federal Public Defenders Office, Eugene Reliance on Training and Experience, I: Strategies for Investigating a Police Officer s Training and Experience Roger Morse, Investigator, Portland Reliance on Training and Experience, II: Strategies for Litigating and Challenging a Police Officer in a Motion Hearing Rachel Phillips, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland Dog Sniffs: A Policeman s Best Friend Lisa Ludwig, Portland Winter Conference: Using the Evidence Code to Win December 2 3, 2011, The Benson Hotel, Portland general 1 ethics $280 written material on CD + audio $295 includes hardcopy Eyewitnesses How to Spot the Flawed Identifications Dr. Daniel Reisberg, Department of Psychology, Reed College Sorting Out Criminal Episodes The Honorable David Brewer, Oregon Court of Appeals Canines and the Constitution Jeffrey Weiner, Miami, FL Challenging Prior Bad Acts: 403 and 404 Meredith Allen, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Pending in the Supreme Court: Preserve These Issues Now Ryan O Connor, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem Vouching: Extending Lupoli and Southard Beyond Sex Cases Rosalind Lee, Eugene Crossover Evidence in Criminal and Dependency Cases (OPDS juvenile law credit) Martha Spinhirne, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Portland Understanding and Attacking Scientific Evidence Kevin Sali, Portland Eyewitness Evidence and True Innocence Jacqueline McMurtrie, Director, Innocence Project Northwest, Associate Professor of Law, University of Washington School of Law Ethics: How to Tell a Compelling Story When You Don t Know What the Evidence Will Be (Ethics credit) Laurie Shertz, Portland Equal Privileges and Savastano 2011 Legislation: Which Laws Changed and How Gail Meyer, OCDLA Legislative Advocate 20

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