NAPD 2023 Rise, Resist, Represent Conference has ended
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We recorded over  90% of the sessions. Those not to be recorded will be noted in the description.   NAPD did not apply for CLE or CEU for this event and is not able to provide certificates of attendance.   This allows us to keep this amazing low price.  
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Friday, March 17 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
National Public Defense Workload Standards: The Study, the Results and the Uses

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To effectively humanize your client through an informed and sympathetic narrative. To learn the steps in report writing from beginning to end. How to incorporate records, interviews, and information within a mitigation report.

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Malia Brink

Senior Policy Attorney, Deason Criminal Justice Center, Dallas, TX
Malia N. Brink has spent more than 20 years working in criminal justice research and reform advocacy. She currently serves as Senior Policy Attorney at the Deason Criminal Justice Reform Center at SMU Law School, where she directs the projects on initial appearance and charging times... Read More →

Cynthia Lee

Principal Court Research Associate, National Center for State Courts
Cynthia G. Lee is a Principal Court Research Associate at the National Center for State Courts (NCSC). Her research employs quantitative and qualitative data to inform public policy and court management decisions. Ms. Lee is co-principal investigator for the Analysis of Publicly Available... Read More →
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Stephen Hanlon

Owner, Lawyer Hanlon
Since his retirement from Holland & Knight at the end of 2012,  Mr. Hanlon has confined his practice to assisting and representing public defenders with excessive caseloads. He now serves as a Professor of Practice at Saint Louis University School of Law.Hanlon was lead counsel for... Read More →

Friday March 17, 2023 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
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