Trish McCann Bertram
Professional Development Director
Two webinars totaling 8.5 hours. Offered free to public defenders nationwide and NCDD members.
Presented by CPD Donna Seagraves
1 General CLE Credit.
Check your GPDC email for the latest Professional Development Update and registration link.
Georgia Public Defender Council invites you to attend the fifth program in our 2022 monthly training series: The Juvenile Defender Seminar.
The seminar will be held Monday, May 16, in the training room of the Augusta Circuit Public Defender, 902 Greene Street, Augusta GA 30901. The program will take place from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM. This program will be held in-person and broadcast via zoom.
WHAT TO EXPECT
This seminar is designed for all levels of defenders representing youth in juvenile court.
Topics will include:
— Introduction to Youth Defense & the Role of the Youth Defender
— The Georgia Juvenile Court Process & The Role of the Youth Defender at Every Stage, presented by Randee Waldman
— Planning for Disposition: Community Services
— Planning for Disposition: DJJ Services and Programs, presented by DJJ Staff
CLE credit is pending approval (4 credits, including one ethics and one trial skills). GPDC will report your CLE credit to the State Bar of Georgia after the program. CLE fees will be paid for all live (in-person and zoom) program attendees.
Registration is open through 5:00 PM, May 12. Check your GPDC email for the latest Professional Development Update and registration link.
This program is open to all GPDC public defenders, alternate public defenders, and assigned counsel in private practice. We will send registration confirmations and final program details to registrants on Friday, May 13
Georgia Public Defender Council invites you to attend the 2022 Investigator Conference June 21 – 23 at the Lake Blackshear Conference Center & Resort in Cordele, Georgia.
The Criminal Defense Investigation Council (CDITC) will present The Component Method© of Criminal Defense Investigation and Case Management over two half-days and one full day. We will begin with lunch on Tuesday, June 21, and conclude with lunch on Thursday, June 23.
Participants who successfully complete training and the online test will be qualified to apply for the nationally recognized Board Certified Criminal Defense Investigator (CCDI) designation. The program will provide participants with the opportunity to enhance their base of knowledge and skillset relative to the discipline of criminal defense and due process investigation.
Registration is open from May 10 to May 27. County and State employee investigators are invited to attend. Register early to secure your spot. We will reserve at least one spot for every circuit. If you are placed on a waiting list, you will be notified. Registrations will be confirmed by June 1.
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GPDC will host an administrative professionals conference September 19-21 at Lake Blackshear Resort in Cordele, GA.
Additional Information and Registration Details Coming Soon!