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Juvenile Defense Roundtable Q421

12/10/2021
Juvenile Defense Roundtable provides a valuable interactive experience for South Carolina Public Defenders and 608 Contract Attorneys who represent juvenile defendants.
Friday | December 10, 2021 - Friday | December 10, 2021
803-270-7657

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

JUVENILE DEFENSE ROUNDTABLE

Community-Based Programs: Alternatives to Detention

Challenging the School-to-Prison Pipeline in South Carolina

                   

AGENDA:

 

 

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Cost:

 FREE

Notice:  This Workshop is open only to:

  • South Carolina juvenile public defenders who are either employed in a circuit public defender office or contracted directly with a circuit public defender office

OR

  • Indigent Defense Contract Attorneys who handle juvenile cases as part of their contract.

 

   

CLE Credit:

MCLE Course #  911756ADO 

2 Hours  MCLE credit

 

Experience Level:

All experience levels

 

When:

Friday, December 10, 2021

2:30 pm to 4:30 pm

 

Where:

Webex Online Workshop

 

 Format:

Lecture and Q&A

 

 Faculty:

Dan Edwards, Ph.D.

Senior Director, Evidence-Based Associates

Washington, DC

 

Dr. Dan Edwards is the Senior Director of Strategy and Growth with Evidence-Based Associates (EBA), an intermediary/ implementation support organization that provides technical assistance, implementation resources, and project management support related to the implementation of evidence-based programs. Prior to his current work, he was Clinical Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina and Vice-President at MST Services in Mt. Pleasant, SC.

Dr. Edwards is a member of the Society for Implementation Research Collaboration (SIRC) and co-chair of the Intermediary Practitioner subnetwork. He is also an Associate Editor for the journal Global Implementation Research and Applications (GIRA).  Dr. Edwards holds advanced degrees from Harvard University and the University of Florida, and he has written several book chapters and journal articles on the implementation of high-quality evidence-based programs.

Dr. Edwards makes his home in the Southwest quadrant of Washington, DC, where he enjoys cheering on the Gamecocks, volunteering, reading (especially creative non-fiction), and learning to play pickleball.

 

 

SARAH HINGER

Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU Racial Justice Program

 

Sarah Hinger is a Senior Staff Attorney with the ACLU Racial Justice Program, where her work focuses on education and youth justice. She has litigated numerous civil rights actions on behalf of young people whose rights are violated through the School to Prison Pipeline and who are denied equal access to education. Ms. Hinger is lead counsel for the plaintiffs in Kenny v. Wilson, in which the District Court held that South Carolina’s Disorderly Conduct law is unconstitutionally vague when enforced against elementary and secondary school students. Prior to joining the ACLU, Ms. Hinger served as an attorney with the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, where she received the Assistant Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Award. She is a graduate of Columbia Law School, Cambridge University, and the University of Virginia.

    

        
                                  

 

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