CADC's 27th Annual Conference and Seminar
Join us virtually
Friday, March 12 and Saturday, March 13, 2021
7 hours total MCLE
3 hours recognition of bias
1 hour competence
Only $49 for CADC members!**
**Link here to join or renew: https://cadc.net/join-or-renew/
Friday, March 12
♦ Project Directors Roundtable moderated by CADC Court & Projects Liaison Ed Haggerty
♦ Even More SB 1437: Latest News and Best Practices with Jennifer Hansen (CAP-LA) and Rebecca Jones
♦ Representing Fathers on Appeal with Louise Collari (FDAP)
♦ The Racial Justice Act: AB 2542 with Nisha Shah (Habeas Corpus Resource Center) and Lisa Romo (Office of the State Public Defender) 1 hour recognition of bias
♦ Special Issues of Imprisoned Parents with Christopher Blake and Darlene Kelly
♦ Understanding Our Clients' Mental Health with Steve Fama (Prison Law Office) 1 hour recognition of bias
Saturday, March 13
♦ Annual Membership Meeting; CADC Awards; Report From and Q&A With CADC Lobbyist Ray Lebov (CADC members only; non-MCLE)
♦ AB 3070: “Better than Batson” with Eli Batchelder (Office of the State Public Defender) and Al Kutchins (Office of the State Public Defender) 1 hour recognition of bias
♦ Do Not Pass Go: An Overview of WIC 361.5 with Amanda Sherwood
♦ Let's Talk About Those Hard-to-Win Sex Cases with Bill Robinson (SDAP)
♦ UCCJEA: Dependency Bootcamp with Pamela Tripp
♦ Competence and the Legalization of Marijuana: Can Lawyers Now Party Hearty? with William Balin 1 hour competence
CADC members: $49
CADC sustaining members: free (must register using the "Sustaining Member" option)
DON'T DELAY - REGISTER TODAY!
If you've never been a member of CADC, you can join, pay the member price for the conference, and save $5!
MCLE Credits: This activity provides a total of 7.0 hours of general MCLE; 7.0 hours of appellate specialization; 7.0 hours of criminal specialization; 3.0 hours of recognition of bias; and 1.0 hour of competence.
** CADC certifies that this activity conforms to the standards of approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing Minimum Continuing Legal Education.