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Legal Restrictions on Litigant and Witness Anonymity in a Digital Age

MCLE Accreditation: The Oregon State Bar has approved this program for 1.0 general MCLE credit (Program No. 4134*59).  This program is approved for 1.0 general MCLE credit with the State Bar of California; NCVLI is an approved CA multiple activity provider. The training may be eligible for MCLE credit in other states; a certificate of attendance will be available after the program.

Duration: 67 minutes (1.0 credit)
Original Program Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Presenter: Jennifer A. Brobst, J.D., LL.M., Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois University School of Law.

Description: Victims of crime and other witnesses in court have greater reason for concern today than in the past related to exposure of personal information pursuant to litigation.  Pseudonym and anonymity policies, developed prior to the Digital Age, remain disfavored based on constitutional protections afforded to the accused.  This webinar will address emerging case law and statutory remedies protecting personal information in evidence and defining it as private, including Jane Doe status, freedom of information exceptions, and restrictions on electronic technology in the courtroom.

The powerpoint handout for this training is available for download in a button below the video.

For a certificate of attendance following viewing, please email navra@lclark.edu with your name and the 3 attendance codes from the video.

$45.00
From Dynamics to Trauma in Sexual Assault Cases: Why, When, and How to Use an Expert Witness

MCLE Accreditation: The Oregon State Bar has approved this program for 1.0 general MCLE credit (Program No. 4134*57).  This program is approved for 1.0 general MCLE credit with the State Bar of California; NCVLI is an approved CA multiple activity provider. The training may be eligible for MCLE credit in other states; a certificate of attendance will be available after the program.

Duration: 57 minutes (1.0 credit)
Original Program Date: Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Presenter:  Erin Greenawald, Senior Assistant Attorney General, Oregon DOJ

Description:  This training will address how the science behind the neurobiology of trauma can inform the investigation and prosecution of sexual assault cases -- from engaging with victims pre-trial and when they are on the stand testifying to presenting the case to the judge and jury, including the how, when and what of expert testimony.
This training is recommended for participants who have participated in either (1) Dr. Christopher Wilson’s April 17th “Neurobiology of Sexual Assault: Understanding the ‘Counterintuitive’ Behavior of Victims” or (2) another neurobiology of trauma training that addresses the fundamental concepts covered by the April 17th training.

The powerpoint handout for this training is available for download in a button below the video.

For a certificate of attendance following viewing, please email navra@lclark.edu with your name and the 3 attendance codes from the video.

$45.00
Neurobiology of Sexual Assault: Understanding The "Counterintuitive" Behavior of Victims

MCLE Accreditation: The Oregon State Bar has approved this program for 1.5 general MCLE credits (Program No. 4134*58).  This program is approved for 1.5 general MCLE credits with the State Bar of California; NCVLI is an approved CA multiple activity provider. The training may be eligible for MCLE credit in other states; a certificate of attendance will be available after the program.

Duration: 91 minutes (1.5 credit)
Original Program Date: Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Presenter:  Christopher Wilson, Psy.D.  More information about Dr. Wilson is available here.

Description:  Understanding the brain’s response to trauma is critical to understanding the seemingly counterintuitive behavior of sexual assault victims such as continued or re-engagement with a perpetrator, non- or delayed disclosure of victimization, flat affect, among others.  This training will address the science behind such behaviors—i.e., defense circuitry, attachment circuitry, immobility responses, the role habitual behavior can play in one’s response to being sexually assaulted, the impact of trauma on memory, and the long term impact trauma can have on survivors.  Awareness of the science can help attorneys and other victim services providers better serve their clients, as well as help inform the investigation and prosecution of sexual assault cases.

For a certificate of attendance following viewing, please email navra@lclark.edu with your name and the 3 attendance codes from the video.

 

$60.00
Using Asset Forfeiture to Compensate Victims of Crime

MCLE Accreditation: The Oregon State Bar has approved this program for 1.5 general MCLE credits (Program No. 4134*60).  This program is approved for 1.5 general MCLE credits with the State Bar of California; NCVLI is an approved CA multiple activity provider. The training may be eligible for MCLE credit in other states; a certificate of attendance will be available after the program.

Duration: 82 minutes (1.5 credits)
Original Program Date: Thursday, June 14, 2018

Presenter:  Carly F. Diroll-Black, Attorney Advisor, Money Laundering & Asset Recovery Section (MLARS), U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division.

Description:  In the aftermath of crime, financial compensation is often critical to crime victims’ recovery and sometimes their survival.  This training provides an overview of how remission and restoration can be a valuable source of financial recovery to victims of federal crimes where asset forfeiture has occurred.  The presenter from the U.S. Department of Justice, Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section will define and describe the procedures for obtaining compensation through forfeited property.

The powerpoint handout for this training is available for download in a button below the video.

For a certificate of attendance following viewing, please email navra@lclark.edu with your name and the 3 attendance codes from the video.

$60.00
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