Friday, October 24 – Summit 2014

OPENING SESSION

WELCOME
Patricia Puritz Executive Director, National Juvenile Defender Center

Mary Noble Deputy Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Kentucky

SPECIAL GUEST
Xavier McElrath-Bey Youth Justice Advocate, Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth

KEYNOTE
The Hope of Nevertheless Marie Osborne Chief Assistant Public Defender, Juvenile Division, Miami Dade Public Defender

 

MORNING BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Update on Statement Suppression Law
Randy Hertz

“Dualing” for Due Process: Working with Dual Status Youth – Resource Center Partnership
Josh Dohan, Jessica Heldman, Tami Steckler

New Sentencing Structures & Positive Outcomes for Youth in Adult Court
Jeff Howard, Emily Keller, Xavier McElrath-Bey, Ashley Ratliff, Becky Trent

PREA 101
Sarah Bergen, Brenda Smith

Three Years In: Pushing Forward with J.D.B.
Eddie Ferrer, Tobie Smith, Randee Waldman

Innovations in Post-Disposition Representation
Christine Bella, Laura Cohen, Debbie St. Jean, Jerrod Thompson-Hicks

Exaggerated Notions of Dangerousness: Strategies to Deal with High Profile Cases
Marty Beyer, Mike Rafik

Documenting Disparities: Raising Awareness by Raising Race
Ellen Marrus, Nadia Seeratan

Ensuring Fundamental Fairness for Youth Charged with Sex Offenses
Nicole Pittman, Elana Roffman, Richard Tewksbury

Obstacles & Opportunities for Stationhouse Counsel
Betsy Clarke, Patti Lee, Eliza Solowiej

 

MORNING GENERAL SESSION

SPECIAL GUEST
Roy Austin
Deputy Assistant to the President, Domestic Policy Council, the White House

PLENARY
The Next Wave of Adolescent Brain Development: Plasticity & the Potential for Change
Mary Ann Scali, Moderator, Deputy Director, National Juvenile Defender Center
Antoinette Kavanaugh, Forensic Clinical Psychologist
Hector Linares, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Louisiana State University Law Center
Laurence Steinberg, Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, Temple University

 

AFTERNOON BREAKOUT SESSIONS

A Real Chance for a Second Chance: Confidentiality, Sealing & Expungement
Julie Biehl, Patti Lee, Marsha Levick, Jerrod Thompson-Hicks

Incorporating Developmental Research into Client Advocacy – Resource Center Partnership
Antoinette Kavanaugh, Mary Ann Scali

Update on Search & Seizure Law
Randy Hertz

Breaking the Mold: Stretching Your Advocacy with Plasticity Research
Hector Linares, Laurence Steinberg

Driving Systemic Reform through Policy Advocacy
Eddie Ferrer, Patti Puritz, Chris Rapillo, Eric Zogry

Immaturity, Trauma & Disabilities: A Developmental Framework
Marty Beyer, Ashley Ratliff

Holistic Case Management: Integrating Social Workers & Youth Advocates
Josh Perry, Pam Vickrey, Sariah Donnahoo

No Client Left Behind: Educational Advocacy & School Disciplinary Practices
Rebecca DiLoreto, Dwanna Nicole, Debbie St. Jean

Demystifying Deaf Clients to Equip & Empower Defenders
Talila Lewis

Guarding Due Process in Restorative Justice
Samantha Buckingham, Susan Duncan

 

AFTERNOON GENERAL SESSION

SHOWCASE
Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of the Deaf (HEARD)
Talila Lewis, Executive Director, HEARD

PLENARY
Language Impairment & Delinquency: Unpacking the Impact
Michele LaVigne, Moderator, Clinical Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin School of Law
Gwyneth Rost, Assistant Professor, Communication Disorders Department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Pam Snow, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry & School of Rural Health, Bendigo Monash University, Australia