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2021 Annual Juvenile Law Conference CLE Archive

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(Audio, Video Streaming & Written Material Download)

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Friday, April 23
Moderated by Ryan Phillips, Attorney, Albany, OR

10:15a  |  Welcome & Announcements
Ryan Phillips

10:25a  |  Best Practices in Sexual Abuse Specific Risk/Need Assessment for Youth and Adults
Katie Gotch, M.A., Integrated Clinical & Correctional Services, Portland

11:25a  |  In the 97%: Keeping Kids Off Sex Offender Registries
Kris Paustenbach, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland
Erik Swallow, Umpqua Valley Public Defender, Roseburg

12:10p  |  Lunch Break

1:10p  |  Legislative Update
Mae Lee Browning, OCDLA Legislative Advocate

1:55p  |  Fighting for Support, Not Surveillance: Strategies for Challenging Probation and Electronic Monitoring
Professor Kate Weisburd, Associate Professor of Law, Georg Washington Law School, Washington, D.C.
Local Panelist: Tyler Neish, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland

3:25p  |  Sustainability & Juvenile Defense   
1) Partnering with Juvenile Clients in Creating Values Based Defenses
Judah Largent, Attorney, Corvallis
2) Responding to Environmental Threats in the Home
Diane Henkels, Attorney, Newport

4:10 p  |  Adjourn for the day

Saturday, April 24
Moderated by Ryan Phillips, Attorney, Albany, OR

9:00a  |  Welcome & Announcements
Ryan Phillips

9:10a  |  The Intersection of Race and Juvenile Psychological Assessments
• How do you interpret and understand the various tests employed during assessments?
• How do those instruments account or not account for race?
James Andretta, Ph.D., Bridgetown Psychological LLC, Portland

10:10a  |  Juvenile Law Award Presentation
Congratulations to Sonja Rietman, Melissa Riddell, Rebecca Schaleger. Read about the award recipients here.

10:25a  |  Appellate Update
Sarah Peterson, Juvenile Appellate Section, Appellate Division, OPDS, Salem
Christa Obold Eshleman, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland

11:55a  |  Break

12:10p  |  Hearsay Evidence in Delinquency and Dependency Cases
Lisa Ludwig, Attorney, Portland
Kevin Hupy, Umpqua Valley Public Defender, Roseburg

1:40p  |  Adjourn

Friday, April 30
Moderated by Ryan Phillips, Attorney, Albany, OR

12:00p  |  Welcome & Announcements
Ryan Phillips

12:05p  |  How to Handle the Ethical Quandaries of Interviewing Children / Gathering Information Using a Trauma-Informed Approach (1 ethics credit, .5 general credit)
Cathy Ouellette, Attorney, Eugene and Alison Hinson, Director of Behavioral Health for Douglas ESD, Licensed Professional Counselor, Roseburg

1:35p  |  Adjourn

In Oregon, the total number of approved credits for listening/watching to all of the audio/video in the package with the purchase of the written material:

• 9.25 general and 1 ethics 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.