You know what happens when you try to be proactive? Ask LaTobia 😀 (My apologies for the super early morning 12:45 blog post, clearly AM and PM are the same to me haha!)
Thank you to everyone that attended our first Online CLE! And a MAJOR thank you to Michelle Duprey for presenting on Video Conference Secure Custody.
We hope you gained some insightful information and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office. Also! Don’t forget about the course evaluation!
Keeping it short and sweet this week. You deserve it!
Upcoming Training & CLE
Southern Juvenile Defender Center Virtual Summit. It is being held, May 29, June 5, and June 12.
All sessions will begin at 2:00pm Eastern / 1:00pm Central.
The schedule is as follows (with speakers being announced at an upcoming date):
May 29: Satisfying Ethical Duties to The Youth Client in the Age of Social Distancing (ethics): Randee Waldman (GA), Diana Johnson (FL)
June 5: Challenging Contested Hearings (Including Their Existence if You Don’t Want Them)
June 12: Where Does Juvenile Defense Go From Here
Here’s the registration link for Satisfying Ethical Duties to The Youth Client in the Age of Social Distancing (ethics).
These sessions will be hosted on Zoom. You can register for one session or multiple sessions.
Registration and attendance are free. CLE credits will also be available. Registration is limited. Please take a moment to see if any of these topics interest you and join us next Friday to kick off the Virtual Summit!
Have a great Memorial (3 Day) Weekend! We’ll be back next week with Tips, Resources, and more OJD events!