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to indigent people accused of crimes.





NITA: Remote Advocacy: Representing Your Client During the COVID-19 Pandemic 

NITA: The Online Courtroom Now and Post-Pandemic: Skills and Tools for Remote Advocacy, Richard Gabriel, Decision Analysis, Inc.; Hon. Jennifer Bailey, Eleventy Judicial Circuit of Florida; Hon. Glenn Grant, New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts; Hon. Matthew Williams, King County Superior Court

NAPD: Better Jury Selection, Michael Stout, Criminal Defense Attorney

NAPD: More Than Just A Number: Risk Assessment Instruments and Criminal Justice Decision-Making, Jennifer Kamorowski, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Plymouth State University

Save the date! Theory of the Case and Opening Statements, Andrea K. George, Executive Director, Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington and Idaho

  • May 21, 2021, 12:30 - 2 PM ET


Contact Professional Development

Trish McCann Bertram
Professional Development Director

Sarah Grace Alexander
Professional Development and Recruitment Coordinator


CLE Credit Information for Seminars

GPDC will submit the names and bar numbers of all attendees to the State Bar after seminar attendance. GPDC does not pay for your CLE credit; you are responsible for paying for any CLE credit that you wish to receive. Each CLE credit is $5 per hour plus an additional $15 for any/each professionalism hour. Once GPDC has certified your attendance to the bar, you may send a check to the State Bar for the CLE credit that you need, OR pay online at Checks should be made out to “CCLC” and sent to: Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency, 104 Marietta Street, NW, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30303. Make sure to include the seminar name, date(s), your name and bar number with the check. You can also check the status of your CLE credits at the State Bar’s website,


CLE Information for Previous Trainings