FINAL REMINDER!! Limited Space Available
Please join us at the CPCS Annual Training Conference on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, 8:00 – 5:00, at the DCU Center on 50 Foster Street in Worcester.
Ruth A. Potee, MD will be the keynote presenter on the topic of the Physiology of Addiction and Opioid Use. She will explain the effects of opioid and other drug use on the brain, and present forceful arguments for long-term multi-faceted treatment models. The keynote will be followed by workshop sessions on a wide variety of topics of interest to criminal, juvenile, child welfare and mental health practitioners, including but not limited to the wrongful conviction and exoneration of Frederick Clay, litigating nursing home admissions, appellate advocacy, criminal case law update, how to use social science research in your case, the new sentencing guidelines, restorative justice, ensuring language access, advanced issues in Superior Court litigation, representing emerging adults, how to contest preliminary drug test results, a practicum on mindfulness, as well as the latest from the immigration impact unit.
At midday, we will gather to hear remarks from Chief Counsel Anthony Benedetti, who will also be presenting the Thurgood Marshall Award to Nancy T. Bennett. A box lunch will be served.
The conference is approved for 6.5 CLEs.
Advance registration is required. Our annual conference fills up quickly, so please register early to ensure a seat. To register, please visit the Eventbrite Annual Conference registration page by clicking HERE.
If you have any questions about registration, please contact Bonnie Mullen at [hide]email@example.com[/hide].