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Defending Emerging Adults

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Lawyers leave with an understanding of the developmental complexities of Emerging Adults (18-25 year olds) and how to shift their representation to more holistic and developmentally appropriate advocacy to achieve better legal and life outcomes for their clients. Focused on the representation of Emerging Adult clients in the adult criminal court system but contains information relevant to all practice areas.

Target Audience:

Defense Lawyers representing Emerging Adults in Massachusetts Criminal Court

 

Training Modules and Dates:

Module 1: Introduction to Emerging Adult Development

Moderator: Katharine Klubock, January 12, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Introduces participants to this unique age group by providing a mix of national and local experts in the field, the strong voice of clients involved in the (in)justice system, and a discussion of adolescent development theory.

 

Module 2: Positive Youth Development as a Model for Holistic Representation

Moderator: Melanie Roberts, January 19, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Explains Positive Youth Development as a model for holistic representation for Emerging Adults. Attorneys explore the importance of understanding the DCF and DYS systems, educational rights, and the importance of collaborating with social workers to get the best outcomes for their clients

 

Module 3: Emerging Adult Case Law Primer

Moderator: Laura Alfring, January 26, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

This session provides a case primer for developments in Emerging Adult Law in Massachusetts and across the United States, practical information about using relevant science in litigation and how to create a solid record to preserve issues for appeal.

 

Module 4: Emerging Adults In Criminal Practice

Moderator: Lipou Laliemthavisay, January 27, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Participants apply what they have learned in the previous sessions in an interactive skills session addressing motions in limine, jury instructions, voir dire questions, sentencing/mitigation, voluntariness and theory development.

 

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Defending Emerging Adults

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Lawyers leave with an understanding of the developmental complexities of Emerging Adults (18-25 year olds) and how to shift their representation to more holistic and developmentally appropriate advocacy to achieve better legal and life outcomes for their clients. Focused on the representation of Emerging Adult clients in the adult criminal court system but contains information relevant to all practice areas.

Target Audience:

Defense Lawyers representing Emerging Adults in Massachusetts Criminal Court

 

Training Modules and Dates:

Module 1: Introduction to Emerging Adult Development

Moderator: Katharine Klubock, January 12, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Introduces participants to this unique age group by providing a mix of national and local experts in the field, the strong voice of clients involved in the (in)justice system, and a discussion of adolescent development theory.

 

Module 2: Positive Youth Development as a Model for Holistic Representation

Moderator: Melanie Roberts, January 19, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Explains Positive Youth Development as a model for holistic representation for Emerging Adults. Attorneys explore the importance of understanding the DCF and DYS systems, educational rights, and the importance of collaborating with social workers to get the best outcomes for their clients

 

Module 3: Emerging Adult Case Law Primer

Moderator: Laura Alfring, January 26, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

This session provides a case primer for developments in Emerging Adult Law in Massachusetts and across the United States, practical information about using relevant science in litigation and how to create a solid record to preserve issues for appeal.

 

Module 4: Emerging Adults In Criminal Practice

Moderator: Lipou Laliemthavisay, January 27, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Participants apply what they have learned in the previous sessions in an interactive skills session addressing motions in limine, jury instructions, voir dire questions, sentencing/mitigation, voluntariness and theory development.

 

Register

 

Defending Emerging Adults

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Lawyers leave with an understanding of the developmental complexities of Emerging Adults (18-25 year olds) and how to shift their representation to more holistic and developmentally appropriate advocacy to achieve better legal and life outcomes for their clients. Focused on the representation of Emerging Adult clients in the adult criminal court system but contains information relevant to all practice areas.

Target Audience:

Defense Lawyers representing Emerging Adults in Massachusetts Criminal Court

 

Training Modules and Dates:

Module 1: Introduction to Emerging Adult Development

Moderator: Katharine Klubock, January 12, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Introduces participants to this unique age group by providing a mix of national and local experts in the field, the strong voice of clients involved in the (in)justice system, and a discussion of adolescent development theory.

 

Module 2: Positive Youth Development as a Model for Holistic Representation

Moderator: Melanie Roberts, January 19, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Explains Positive Youth Development as a model for holistic representation for Emerging Adults. Attorneys explore the importance of understanding the DCF and DYS systems, educational rights, and the importance of collaborating with social workers to get the best outcomes for their clients

 

Module 3: Emerging Adult Case Law Primer

Moderator: Laura Alfring, January 26, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

This session provides a case primer for developments in Emerging Adult Law in Massachusetts and across the United States, practical information about using relevant science in litigation and how to create a solid record to preserve issues for appeal.

 

Module 4: Emerging Adults In Criminal Practice

Moderator: Lipou Laliemthavisay, January 27, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Participants apply what they have learned in the previous sessions in an interactive skills session addressing motions in limine, jury instructions, voir dire questions, sentencing/mitigation, voluntariness and theory development.

 

Register

 

Defending Emerging Adults

>> Register

Lawyers leave with an understanding of the developmental complexities of Emerging Adults (18-25 year olds) and how to shift their representation to more holistic and developmentally appropriate advocacy to achieve better legal and life outcomes for their clients. Focused on the representation of Emerging Adult clients in the adult criminal court system but contains information relevant to all practice areas.

Target Audience:

Defense Lawyers representing Emerging Adults in Massachusetts Criminal Court

 

Training Modules and Dates:

Module 1: Introduction to Emerging Adult Development

Moderator: Katharine Klubock, January 12, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Introduces participants to this unique age group by providing a mix of national and local experts in the field, the strong voice of clients involved in the (in)justice system, and a discussion of adolescent development theory.

 

Module 2: Positive Youth Development as a Model for Holistic Representation

Moderator: Melanie Roberts, January 19, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Explains Positive Youth Development as a model for holistic representation for Emerging Adults. Attorneys explore the importance of understanding the DCF and DYS systems, educational rights, and the importance of collaborating with social workers to get the best outcomes for their clients

 

Module 3: Emerging Adult Case Law Primer

Moderator: Laura Alfring, January 26, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

This session provides a case primer for developments in Emerging Adult Law in Massachusetts and across the United States, practical information about using relevant science in litigation and how to create a solid record to preserve issues for appeal.

 

Module 4: Emerging Adults In Criminal Practice

Moderator: Lipou Laliemthavisay, January 27, 2021, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

3 CLE Credits approved for: Adult Criminal Trial, Adult Criminal Appeals, CAFL, CAFL Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

Participants apply what they have learned in the previous sessions in an interactive skills session addressing motions in limine, jury instructions, voir dire questions, sentencing/mitigation, voluntariness and theory development.

 

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Subsequent Offenses Webinar

1 CLE: CRIM, APPS, YAD, YADAPPS

If your client is charged and convicted of being a repeat offender, the sentences can be much longer and the collateral consequences much greater. Learn and review strategies for defending “subsequent offense” cases. This is a great training for someone who wants to transition from District to Superior Court practice or for the more experienced practitioner who is looking for additional tools and tactics to improve case outcomes.

Presenter: Mike Tumposky, Esq. (Boston, MA)

To Register:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0sd-qhqDwjHteWOE8DUKn71kFeH-fLH3FE

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Zealous Zooming: Effective Advocacy in Virtual Court

1.5 CLE (Adult Criminal, Criminal Appeals, CAFL, YAD, YAD appeals, MHLD, SORB/SDP

Register:  https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5IVAby8VTNiWn5L7bsp1Uw

Join us for a primer on using ZOOM video conferencing, specifically for trial attorneys. We will be discussing:

  • how to login to a Zoom meeting,
  • how to configure your settings, on a phone, computer or tablet
  • how to participate in a Zoom meeting/training/hearing,
  • using the chat function,
  • Zoom etiquette
  • How to look good/better on Zoom and
  • Some basic litigation strategies issues

Homes of the Brave: Release Plans in Postconviction Advocacy

1.5 CLE (Adult Criminal, Criminal Appeals, other panels TBD

Register Here:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrcuuspz8sGtS0pzRVhYBYpBSscsCmTfnw

This 90-minute webinar is intended for both attorneys and social service advocates, and will provide information on how to effectively formulate release plans/home plans for postconviction clients, and how to present these plans as compelling reasons why a judge, parole board, or correctional commissioner or sheriff should allow your motion or petition for release.

 

Topics will include:
  • postconmotions for stays of sentences
  • motions to revise or revoke
  • parole board advocacy
  • petitions for compassionate release (“medical parole”)
  • obtaining funds for social service advocates/experts in the postconviction context

 

Faculty will include Carrie Burke, Kristin Dame, Lisa Kavanaugh, Murray Kohn, and Mara Voukydis.

 

To Register for Homes of the Brave:  Release Plans in Post Conviction Advocacy:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrcuuspz8sGtS0pzRVhYBYpBSscsCmTfnw

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Immigration Consequences of Criminal Conduct

2 CLE:  Adult Criminal, Criminal Appeals, YAD, YAD Appeals

CPCS Webinar: Immigration Consequences of Criminal Conduct
Monday, June 15
10 pm – 12pm

In this refresher training, Jen Klein and Claire Valentin from the Immigration Impact Unit will review of the basics of immigration consequences of criminal conduct. The training will cover immigration enforcement as a result of criminal conduct as well as the criminal grounds of inadmissibility and deportability.

 

The training builds on the May 8 and May 15th training “Life of an Immigration Case for the Criminal Defense Practitioner” (now on MyGideon as a recording), and is also appropriate for any attorney looking to brush up on how to advise noncitizen clients facing criminal charges.

 

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